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Wolves Maul Bears PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 17 October 2014 22:59

   It was homecoming at Lincolnton's Memorial Stadium with the Wolves hosting the Bunker Hill Bears, and the Wolves would waste little time getting this party started. On their first play from scrimmage, Lincolnton's Tarun Dameron would take the handoff 52 yards into the end zone with 11:50 left to play in the opening quarter of action to give the Wolves an early 6-0 lead. The Wolves would then strike again with 5:13 left to play in the first quarter with Darian Roseboro rumbling in from 9 yards out. The Graham Willis extra point would give the Wolves a 13-0 lead heading into the second quarter. 


   The multi-talented senior, Darian Roseboro, would find paydirt yet again with 11:19 left in the second quarter. This time it would come from a bullish carry from 16 yards out. The Graham Willis extra point gave the Wolves a 20-0 advantage. After a Bunker Hill turnover, the Wolves Chavis Russell found the end zone from 14 yards out on an electrifying carry with 8:13 left to go in the second quarter. The Graham Willis extra point would give the Wolves a 27-0 lead. The Wolves would do a great job of spreading out the scoring as Xavier McClain would be the next Wolf to strike the scoring column via a 1 yard plunge into the end zone with 0:43 seconds left until halftime. The Graham Willis extra point would put the Wolves in the drivers seat with a 34-0 lead. The Bunker Hill Bears, trying to get on track, would then turn the ball over, and Lincolnton's Chavis Russell would make them pay with a 23 yard sweep into the end zone. The Graham Willis extra point would put the Wolves up 41-0 with 0:25 left on the clock. The final 25 seconds would see the Bears turn it over again. This time, it would be the Wolves kicker, Graham Willis, who would capitalize on the turnover. The strong legged kicker would send the ball through the uprights from 38 yards out giving us a halftime score of 44-0...Wolves. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 04:18
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Lincolnton rolls over Newton PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Friday, 24 October 2014 21:41

It was homecoming at Newton Conover and it appeared the Red Devils were ready to play. Newton would win the toss and choose to receive.  On the second play of the game Cameron Stanley threw a 64 yard pass to Jalen Conner.  44 seconds into the game Newton led 8-0 after the two point conversion.  Newton then attempted an onside kick but the Wolves recovered.  2 minutes and 21 seconds later Lincolnton tied the score on 28 yard run by Xavier McClain and two point conversion by Darian Roseboro.  The Wolves would intercept a pass and drive down and score on a 17 yard run touchdown by Darian Roseboro with 3:35 1st quarter.   It was all Lincolnton from this point on.  The Wolves defense played a great game.  The Wolves defense had 3 interceptions and 1 fumble recovery. Jordan Easter had two interceptions and one by Quinlyn Harris  The Wolves defense had 4 sacks for minus 62 yards.  The Wolves Darian Roseboro had 4 rushing touchdowns.   Roseboro scored on runs of 1, 6, 6 and 17.  Roseboro had 209 yards rushing on 22 carries.  Taurus Dameron added a score on 28 yard touchdown. Xavier McClain had 75 yards rushing on 13 carries.  Taurus Dameron 97 yards rushing on 11 carries and Willie Cobb 5 carries for 72 yards The Wolves roll over Newton Conover 51-8.  Lincolnton will be at home next week against West Caldwell. 

 
Crest Blanks East Rutherford PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 24 October 2014 21:28

The Ranch - Crest moved to 9-0 overall as they manhandled the East Rutherford Cavaliers 39-0. Crest had 230 yards rushing, and 230 yards passing for 460 yards of total offense. Crest opened up the game with an Alex Trejo 35 yard field goal for a quick 3-0 lead. Runnig back Tre Harbison scored from 6 yards out and 26 yards out to give Crest a 17-0 lead at the half.

In the second half Crest wen to the air as QB Willie Green found Traquan Hopper down the middle of the filed for and 85 yard strike, and on the next possession Green found Hopper again, this time from 63 yards out. East Rutherford gave up a safety on a bad snap in a punt formation, and Crest would add a late TD to make the final 39-0.

The story of the game for me was the Crest defense. The Charger defense held East to three first downs and a grand total of 9 yards of offense. This was Crests fifth shutout in nine games, and the Chargers have given up 39 total points in those 9 games. That works out to 4.3 points a game. If my math is correct Crest only gives up 68 yards of total offense per contest. I don't care who you are, that's pretty good.

Crest will travel to Lawndale next week to take on County rival Burns.





 
Crest 42 - East Burke 0 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Saturday, 18 October 2014 09:33

The Crest Chargers looked to remain unbeaten in the South Mountain Athletic Conference, as they traveled to play East Burke. It was homecoming for East Burke as the Cavaliers coached by the legend Tom Brown looked for the upset.

Crest took control early as expected on a pair of Tre Harbison TD runs to go up 14-0 after one quarter. East Burke is a well coached football team, they use what they have very well, but Crest just had to many athletes so the outcome was never in doubt, but I wanted to take time here, to give credit where it is due. The East Burke kids really played tough, hard-nosed football. They never stopped competing. I'd also like to mention that the stands on the home side were full. I have been to many football stadiums in North Carolina, and East Burke has a beautiful stadium, one of the better ones I have been to.

Crest went up 21-0 when QB Willie Green hit Tyshun Odom on the slant from 25 yards outto make the score 21-0 at the half.

The second half was more of the same, with Harbison scoring another TD on the ground, and defensive end Chris Willis snatched a blocked punt out of the air and rambled 40 yards for a score. Crest added another TD at the start of the fourth quarter to move the lead to 42-0 and the mercy rule went into affect, as the clock ran continually.

Some would say it was a boring evening. I think not. I took the time to look around and I enjoyed what I saw. A community who's football team was out manned, and over matched skill wise, showed up to support them anyway . They cheered for their team, they cheered for Crest when they saw something special. It was what Friday night football is all about. I had a very good time. Maybe we should take the time to look around more often. Maybe we should see what community is all about. Kudos to the East Burke community. I learned a lot from you.


Go Chargers!

Crest will be home next week as they play host to East Rutherford

 
North Gaston Downs Stuart Cramer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Submitted   
Friday, 17 October 2014 21:42

Stuart Cramer took the opening drive and keep the ball til the 1:11 left in the first quarter. They converted three fourth downs plays, two on fake field goals. The wildcats broke through and blocked the field goal. North Gaston scores first on a 45 yard field goal by Christian Stuart in the 2nd quarter. With 43 seconds left in the half the Wildcats score a touchdown making it 10-0 at the half. Georgina Diaz was named the Homecoming Queen congrats. Prince Fox scores in the third making it 17-0 wildcats. With 7:48 left in the third Fox scores again making the score 24-0. The last score was a keeper by Wiggins making the final 31-0. http://www.ffnnetwork.com/index.php?view=category&catid=372&option=com_joomgallery&Itemid=153

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 08:06
 
Forestview takes next step beats South Point in OT PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 17 October 2014 21:30

The Jaguars came from behind to defeat South Point in the first overtime 34-31 as Gaston County top rusher Moe Neal scores on 2nd play. Forestview looks to be in control in the conference.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 October 2014 21:34
 
Pine Lake rolls over Highland PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ben Berg   
Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:32

PLP had scored 148 unanswered points before Highland Tech Highland Tech’s TD at 5:58 of the second quarter of last night’s game.  Tech’s TD was aided by a roughing the kicker penalty against Pine Lake on a missed FG attempt.  Highland Tech retained possession and scored a few plays later.  Pine Lake went on to score another 30 points after Highland Tech’s TD.  Final score Pine Lake 51 Highland Tech 7.  PLP vs. Bessemer City next week!!

 
Shelby records broken PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jim Sherman   
Thursday, 16 October 2014 08:38

 
RJ George---329 passing yards (school record for single game--previous record set in 2013 by RJ George at 324 yards vs. South Point).
 
RJ George 5 TD passes (ties school record set in 2006 by Darryl Montgomery vs West Lincoln)
 
335 total passing yards is a school record (previous record set in 2013 vs South Point)
 
Chad Reid 5 total touchdowns (3 rushing, 2 receving) probably a school records but I don't have that category yet. I need to do more research.
 
Jayden Borders 4 consecutive game with 100+ yards receiving. I don't think this has ever been done at Shelby before.
 
Demerrio Houston---2nd consecutive game with 2 interceptions ( 4th overall game this season with 2 interceptions). I don't thin this has ever been

done before either.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 October 2014 22:11
 
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NC Results

Matchup Result
West Lincoln Rebels vs.
Bandys Trojans
39
42
Draughn Wildcats vs.
Shelby Lions
0
58
Chase Trojans vs.
East Burke Cavaliers
20
21
Newton Conver Red Devils vs.
Bunker Hill Bears
31
6
Crest Chargers vs.
Burns Bulldogs
49
0
Cherryville Ironmen vs.
Community School of Davidson
29
53
West Caldwell Warriors vs.
Lincolnton Wolves
16
37
South Point Red Raiders vs.
Lake Norman Charter Knights
49
0
Bandys Trojans vs.
Bunker Hill Bears
35
6
Burns Bulldogs vs.
Draughn Wildcats
29
7
Hunter Huss Huskies vs.
Stuart Cramer
39
28
East Burke Cavaliers vs.
RS Central Hilltoppers
28
49
Kings Mountain Mountaineers vs.
Chase Trojans
54
13
East Gaston Warriiors vs.
North Gaston Wildcats
32
10
Bessemer City Yellow Jackets vs.
Thomas Jefferson Academy Gryphons
30
20
Community School of Davidson vs.
Highland Tech Rams
46
20
Lincolnton Wolves vs.
Newton Conver Red Devils
51
8
Ashbrook Greenwave vs.
Forestview Jaguars
22
48
East Rutherfordton Cavaliers vs.
Crest Chargers
0
39
Pine Lake Prep Pride vs.
Cherryville Ironmen
14
27
Maiden Blue Devils vs.
West Lincoln Rebels
55
7
East Lincoln Mustangs vs.
West Caldwell Warriors
55
21
RS Central Hilltoppers vs.
Kings Mountain Mountaineers
21
14
Draughn Wildcats vs.
East Rutherfordton Cavaliers
12
35
Pine Lake Prep Pride vs.
Bessemer City Yellow Jackets
30
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Xzavion Huff 898 Yds
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Chaz Surratt 2430 Yds
RJ George 1772 Yds
Andrew Jordan 1528 Yds
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Alex Adams 1147 Yds
Grant Henderson 1128 Yds
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Austin Creagh 750 Yds
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Jayden Borders 723 Yds
Sage Surratt 696 Yds
Damarius Valentine 642 Yds
Antwanez Barnett 494 Yds
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Caleb Mills 433 Yds
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