Crest Wins Second Straight State Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 16:43

Chapel Hill - Crest came into Chapel Hill looking for back to back State Titles. In 2014 they went 16-0 and captured the 3A State Title. In 2015 they would battle the last team to defeat them, The Southern Durham Spartans, for the 3AA Title.

Crest's offensive line manhandled the Spartan Defense all day long, and Tre Harbison did what he does, and this one wouldn't be close.

Crest won the toss and differed it's option. SD took the kickoff but only managed their own five yard-line. The Crest defense would force a three and out. The punt was partially blocked and Crest was set up at the SD 20. SD forced Crest to attempt a filed goal attempt and the Evan Davis  kick was good making the score Crest 3 - SD - 0. On it's next possession SD marched down the field converting several 3rd downs and capped off the drive with a Jordan Brown TD pass to take a 7-3 lead.

Crest had a great kick return setting the Chargers up at the Spartan 35 and on 3rd down running back Tre Harbison exploded for a 31 yard TD run, making the score 10 - 3 Crest. SD drove down the field again and were set up first and goal, but could never get in. Crest linebacker Justn Foster sacked Brown and that forced a 4th and goal from the 30, Crest held and took over on downs. Crest moved down the field and Harbison punched in it from 2 yards out making the score 17-7, Crest.  Crest would move the lead to 24-7 as Harbison broke free, this time from 72 yards out. This run made Tre Harbison Cleveland County's all time leading rusher.

Crest made the score 31-7, when once again Harbison, rambled 39 yards, for his 4th TD of the half. (Incredible performance). SD would not quit. The Spartans moved down the field and on 4th and goal Brown goes in from the 2 making the halftime score Crest  31- SD -14

On it's first drive of the second half, there was nothing else to do, but feed the monster, and that is what Crest did. Pounding the SD with Harbison over and over again, Crest methodically moved down the field. Once inside the SD five Harbison pounded the ball over and gave Crest a 38 - 14 advantage. The Charger defense stepped up and forced another 3 and out. After a 57 yard pass from QB Willie Green to Wesley Bullard Harbison went in for his 6th TD to make the score 45-14 Chargers.

SD would intercept a Green pass and return it to the Charger 1, and Southern scored from there to make it 45-21, Crest. Crest would add another TD as Harbison raced in fro 26 yards out, for his 7th TD of the game...... Crest added a late field goal to make final Crest 55 - Southern Durham 21

Tre Harbison wrapped up his High School career with 24 carries and 295 yards and SEVEN TOUCHDOWNS.

Crest won its 32 game in a row, and avenged the loss to the Spartans in the 2013 3AA Title game..

Shelby wins third straight title PDF Print E-mail
Written by submiyyed   
Sunday, 13 December 2015 00:09

 Shelby captures third straight title and record tying five TD'spasses by Darquez Lee. First hits Jayden Borders down middle for 80 yd. TD ... 7-0 .Lee finds Antwan Wright for 10 yd. TD pass in left flats goes up 14-0 on Kinston w/3:28 left 1Q. Darquez Lee finds Kavacia Shell in right corner of End Zone for 24 yd. TD. Shelby records safety 23-0. Lee finds Calvin Camp for 13 yd. scoring pass ... Shelby goes up 30-0 w/9:29 left in half.  Xavier Brooks rund for 24 yds. up middle for another Shelby score 36-0. Kinston scores on a 15yd. TD pass 36-6. Kinston QB punches it in on sneak ... PAT makes it 36-13 w/9:27 left 3Q. Brooks runs it in Shelby leads 43-13 w/2:03 3Q. Antwan Wright catches 1yd. TD pass from Darquez Lee ... that ties record for TD passes (5) in a championship game 50-13 w/8:20 4Q.Pick 6: Shelby's Damien Key intercepts & takes it back 32 yards for a score ... Luke Ledbetter PAT makes it 57-13 w/3:29 left/Kinston hits 41 yd. TD pass with 10 secs. left on Shelby reserves ... PAT blocked but penalty, now going for 2 & runs it in...57-21. Shelby's Josh Smith intercepts a deep Kinston throw on the final play...

Raiders fall in OT PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 11 December 2015 22:18

Chapel Hill - Rocky Mount scores on opening kickoff on  B.J. Sanders 81-yd TD return  for Gryphons giving them early 7-0 lead.  South Point strikes back with 8:32 left in 1st. Ryland Etherton 2-yd TD run caps 8-play, 59-yd drive for Red Raiders to tie score. South Points stops Rocky Mount three times on Raiders side in first half at 15, 39 and 3. Rocky Mount stops South Point twice in their territory in first half at 29 and 38.

Rocky Mount jumps out to a 14 to 7 leadwith 8:12 left in 3rd qtr. After forcing 1st punt of game by South Point, Rocky Mount's Nick Bynum 15-yd TD finishes a four play, 54 yard drive for Rocky Mount. Raiders come back to tie 14-14 with  4:45 left in 3rd. Ryland Etherton 5-yd TD run caps 9-play, 64-yd drive highlighted by 24-yd Diontrea King scramble. South Point 21, Rocky Mount 14, 10:35 4th qtr. Diontrea King twisting, turning 27-yd TD keeper caps 7-play, 81-yd drive for Red Raiders. Gryphons tie it up 21-21, 3:06 4th qtr. Unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on RM creates 35-yd extra point that's successful for the tie. Rocky Mount kicking off from the 30-yard line after two penalty flags. Thomas Lempereur's 44-yd FG is wide left on final play.

Rocky Mount wins toss, chooses to play defense. South Points's Thomas Lempereur misses 22-yard FG wide on first possession.  Rocky Mount 24, South Point 21. Chase Miller 20-yd FG wins in OT.

Crest Trounces Concord PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 04 December 2015 23:58

Concord - The Crest Chargers traveled to Concord looking for their 31st straight victory, and they also looked to move on to the State Championship game in Chapel Hill. The Chargers accomplished both goals in dominating fashion winning the 3AA Western Regional final.

Concord won the toss and elected to deffer it's option to the second half. Crest took possession at the Concord 43, two plays later Tyshun Odom took a pass from QB Willie Green, and rolled 37 yards for a score, the PAT was no good, but Crest lead 6-0. Concord moved into Charger territory but a holding penalty backed them into a 3rd and 25, the Chargers held and forced a Concord punt, that rolled dead at the Crest 8. Crest running-back Tre Harbison took the hand off from Green and promptly, torched the Spider defense for 93 yards, giving Crest a 13-0 lead and the route was on.

Crest forced another Spider Punt, took possession, and moved down the field on behind the arm of Willie Green. Green looked to have a wide-open Harbison on the wheel route, but Harbison dropped a sure TD. Crest's Evan Davis nailed a 30 yard field goal giving Crest a 16-0 lead. 

In the second quarter Crest relied on Harbison's legs to move into Spider territory. Willie Green dropped back to pass and hit Cameron Peeler for 42 yards down to the Concord 1. Harbison would take it in from there, and give the Chargers a 23-0 advantage.With a little over a minute to go in the half Green found Odom again in the flats, Odom made the first man miss, and plowed in from 20 yards out, making the halftime score, Crest 30 - Concord - 0

In the second half Concord took the kick-off and methodically, moved down the field. Concord would finnally punch it in from 1 yard out as Dez Scott punched it in giving Concord its only TD of the game. Concord went for two but Crest would have none of that. Crest 30- Concord  6

We move to the fourth quarter. Crest took a 37-6 lead as Devante Huskey took a short pass from Green and rambled 37 yards for the score. Crest ended the scoring later in the quarter when Malik Hopper intercepted a pass and took 85 yards to the house making the final Crest 44 - Concord-6

Crest will travel to Chapel Hill next week where they will play the Southern Durham Spartans for the 3AA Championship.




Last Updated on Saturday, 05 December 2015 00:06
Crest 47 - Weddington - 44 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Saturday, 28 November 2015 00:27

Boilng Springs - Crest played host to the Weddington Warriors in the 3rd round of the State Playoff's. This would be a game that tested the metal of both teams.

Weddington received the opening kick-off and on its first play from scrimmage QB Grayson Willingham was picked off by yriek Ramseu, Crest took a 7-0 lead a few plays later when Tre Harbison scored from one yard out making it 7-0 Crest. Weddington moved inside Crest territory but the drive stalled and kicker Keith Duncan nailed a 50-yd FG & cut the Crest lead to 7-3.  Crest's Preston Huskey returns the KO to the Weddington 32 to give Crest another short field. Crest would take advantage when Harbison plunged in a few plays later from the 1 making the score 14-3.

Weddington drove down the field on it's next drive and scored on a Willingham 14 yard strike cutting the lead to 14-10 Weddington took a 17 - 14 lead after Willingham connected on another short pass. With 1:26 to go in the second quarter Crest QB Willie Green found receiver Wesley Bullard from 25 yards out to make the score 21-17 Chargers. Weddington was not content to run out the clock. With 32 seconds in the half Crest's Ty McLaurin picks off pass, and rolls 47 yards to give Crest a 28-17 lead at the half.

Crest took the second half kick-off and drove the field and took a 35-17 lead as Devante Huskey goes 15 yards on a shovel pass & scores to push Crest to 35-17 lead with7:54 left in the 3Q. Crest would make it 38-17 on an Evan Davis 32 yard field goal, the game looked to be over, IT WAS NOT!

Crest forced Weddington to punt, but the Chargers muffed the punt and Wedding scored a few plays later to make it 38-24 late in the 3rd. Weddington found its self with the ball later, and drove 59 yards and made the score 38-31 with 4:40 to go. With 1:06 to go in the game Crest's Jabarri Foster intercepted a Weddington pass and took over at their own 5, it lokked to be over again, IT WAS NOT. Weddington forced Crest to punt and took possession at the Crest 32 wwith 40 seconds left. Weddington drove the field and knotted the game at 38 on a 2 yard run by Christian Sanchez. Off to overtime.

Crest went first, and could do nothing. Evan Davis nailed a 33 yard field goal to make it 41-38 Crest. Crest held the Warriors out of the end-zone and forced a field goal that knotted it up @ 41 each. Weddington went first in the second OT and was forced to kick another field goal that gave them a 44-41 lead. On third down Crest's Tre Harbison plunged in to give Crest the 47-44 victory.

Crest will travel to Concord to defend its Western Regional Title next week

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 December 2015 18:45
Lincolnton 34 Mountain Heritage 16 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Chapman   
Friday, 27 November 2015 23:42

Lincolnton- Mountain Heritage traveled to Lincolnton. 

Mountain Heritage received the opening kickoff and drove to the 41.  Mountain Heritage had  4th and 2 but the Lincolnton’s defense held them.    A few plays later Tarus Dameron scored on a 27 yard run.  The extra point was no good giving Lincolnton a 6-0 lead with 7:13 1st quarter.  Lincolnton forced Mountain Heritage to punt on their 2nd drive.  Lincolnton took over at it’s own 24. Lincolnton drove down and scored as Cordel Littlejohn threw a 24 yard pass Langdon Givens with: 58 left in the 1st quarter.  Lincolnton went for 2 but Mountain Heritage defense stopped them short of the goal line. 

Mountain Heritage went  a 6 play 78 drive  making the score 12-8 with 11:21 left in 2nd as Trey Robinson threw a 31 yard pass to Cole Burleson.  Mountain Heritage converted the 2pt try.  Lincolnton answered quick at the 10:25 mark as Littlejohn and Givens hooked up a on 60 yard pass giving Lincolnton a 20-8 lead.  Mountain Heritage would drive down to the 6 yard line but Lincolnton stopped them on downs.  Littlejohn and Givens then hooked up for their 3rd touchdown on a 94 yard touchdown pass.  That gave Lincolnton 26-8 lead at half.  Givens set a county record for receiving 241 yards on 7 catches in the 1st half.   Lincolnton received the 2nd half kickoff and scored in: 54 seconds as Dameron scored on 67 yard run putting Lincolnton up 34-8.  Mountain Heritage would add another score late in the 4th to make the final score 34-16.

Lincolnton will travel to Shelby next for the state semifinal.

Crest 31 - Cuthbertson 21 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Friday, 20 November 2015 23:15

Boiling Springs - The Crest Chargers hosted the Cuthbetson Cavaliers in the second round of the N.C.H.A.A. 3AA playoffs. It was a dog fight!

Cuthbertson won the coin flip and deferred its option to the second half. The Cavs opened the game with an onside kick that Crest recovered, It did not take long to capitalize on the short field as Tre Harbison plowed the Cav defense and scored from seven yards out making the score Crest 7 Cuthbertson 0.

On it's next possession Cav QB and Oklahoma bound, Austin Kendall wasted no time knotting the game at 7 with a 38 yard TD strike. The Crest offense moved through the Cav defense like soft butter as Harbison pounded the middle over and over again and finally scored from six yards out making the score 14-7 Crest. Cuthbertson had great field postion on its next drive but put the ball on the ground, Crest recovered and added a 23 yard Evan Davis field-goal to make it 17 - 7.

Cuthbertson answered right back as Kendall hit Roman White from 48 yards out to make the game tight @ 17-14. Crest drove right down the field on powerful runs buy Harbison, who would score from 6 yards out to make the score 24-14 at the half.

On the opening possession of the second half Kendall found a receiver from 28 yards out to cut the Charger lead to three at 24-21. From there both teams changed possessions several times the game remained tight. Crest drove the field 80 yards only to come up empty. After forcing a Cav punt, Crest drove the field and took a 31-21 lead when QB Wille Green scrambled in from ten yards out. Cutty would drive the field but would be held on downs, making the final Crest 31- Cuthbertson 21.

Crest will host Weddington in the 3rd round next week in Boiling Springs.

Wolves Handle Rams PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 20 November 2015 23:11

Reidsville, NC...The #6 seed Lincolnton Wolves were on the road in the second round of the NCHSAA 2A State Football playoffs. The Wolves traveled to Reidsville, NC to face the #3 seed Reidsville Rams. The atmosphere in Community Stadium was palpable as the teams took the field.

    The Wolves would start the scoring off on their first possession of the game. The Wolves Tarus Dameron would take the ball 62 yards to pay dirt in the game's opening minute of play to put the Wolves up 7-0 with the Sam Taylor extra point with 11:05 left to play in the opening quarter of action. The Rams would answer when Tanner Wilson plunged into the end zone from 1 yard out with 7:21 left to play in the first quarter. The Rams 2 point conversion run failed and just like that the score was 7-6 advantage Lincolnton. The first quarter would come to a close with the Wolves clinging to their 7-6 lead.

    The second quarter looked like it would be uneventful until the Wolves Sam Taylor added a little breathing room with his 23 yard field goal with 5:47 left to play in the second quarter pushing the score to a 10-6 Lincolnton lead. The Wolves weren't done yet. With 3:14 left before halftime, the Wolves Xavier McClain would score on a 10 yard run. The Sam Taylor extra point attempt was blocked. The Wolves would take a 16-6 lead into halftime.

    The Wolves, not satisfied with a 10 point lead over the talented Rams, would build on that lead in the third quarter. The Wolves Xavier McClain would give the Wolves a little breathing room when he scored from 15 yards out on a determined TD run. The extra point attempt sailed wide of the uprights and the Wolves would lead 22-6 with 7:30 remaining in the third quarter of play. The Wolves Tarus Dameron would seemingly put the game out of reach when he found the end zone from 16 yards out with 1:09 left to play in the third quarter. The Wolves Sam Taylor tacked on the extra point and the Wolves would head into the fourth quarter with a solid 29-6 lead.

The fourth quarter would see the Wolves add one more score when Tarus Dameron scored his third rushing TD of the game with 9:42 left to play. This time, Dameron would find the end zone from 12 yards out. The Sam Taylor extra point would bring us to our final score of 36-6, and another Lincolnton win.

The #6 Lincolnton Wolves will host the #7 Mountain Heritage Cougars in third round action at Battleground Memorial Stadium next Friday night. The #7 Cougars were 30-22 winners over the #2 Thomasville Bulldogs.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2015 23:12
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