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
Lincolnton advance to 2nd round PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Chapman   
Saturday, 14 November 2015 00:59

Lincolnton-  Lincolnton advances to the 2nd round after a 40-0 victory over Lexington.

Lincolnton jumped out to 7-0 lead with 9:44 left in 1st quarter as Cordell Littlejohn threw a 37 yard pass to Langdon Givens.  Lincolnton added a 1st quarter score with 4:12 left on a 9 yard run by Littlejohn giving Lincolnton a 14-0 advantage. Tarus Dameron was a workhorse for Lincolnton in the 1st quarter. Dameron had 113 yards in the quarter.   Lincolnton added another score with 1:25 left in the 2nd quarter on a 3 yard run by Dameron.  That score put Lincolnton up 20-0 at the half.  Littlejohn scored twice for Lincolnton in the  3rd quarter on runs  of 3 and 13 yards.  Lincolnton would lead 33-0 going into the 4th quarter. Quentin Hill-Jones 36 yard TD run would put Lincolnton up 40- 0 with 9:04 to go.

Dameron ended the night with a career high rushing of 226 yards.  Littlejohn was 8 for 10 passing for 117 yards.   Lincolnton will travel to Reidsville next week. 

Crest 30 - Piedmont - 7 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Friday, 13 November 2015 22:34

The Sid - Crest hosted the Piedmont Panthers in the first round of the NCHSAA playoffs tonight in Boiling Springs. Crest was looking to move to the second round of the State playoff's, something they have done every year since 1991.

Crest won the toss and deferred its option to the second half. Piedmont took the opening kick-off and on its second place from scrimmage promptly fumbled the ball to Crest. The Chargers wasted no time getting on the board when Cameron Peeler hit Tyshun Odom from 42 yards out for a quick 7-0 lead. The play would turn sloppy from there. Piedmont did not have the talent Crest has, but they had heart and played with it.

Crest moved its lead to 10-0 as Evan Davis connected on a 38 yard field goal. Piedmont fumbled the ball to Crest on its next possession, and the Chargers made them pay, when QB Willie Green hit Odom on a 64 yard BOMB down the Crest sideline to move the score to 17-0, that would be the score at the break.

Crest took a 23 -0 lead in the third quarter when Tre Harbison plunged in from 4 yards out. Piedmont would finally get on the board after Willie Greens third interception of the night set the Panthers up deep in Crest territory. Piedmont broke the plain on 4th down to make the score 23-7 Crest.

Crest added a late Harbison TD to make the final Crest 30 - Piedmont 7. Crest will host a second round match up with either Erwin or Cuthbertson next Friday Night,

Playoffs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff   
Saturday, 07 November 2015 21:57


(4) Thomas Jefferson vs (13) Albermarle

(7) Mountain Island vs (10) Winston Salem


(3) East Surry vs (14) Bessemer City

(7) Pine Lake vs (10) Walkertown


(1) Shelby vs (16) West Wilkes

(3) Reidsville vs (14) East Rutherford

(6) Lincolnton vs (11) Lexington Senior


(8) Maiden vs (9) North Surry

(5) Ashe County vs (12) West Caldwell

(4) Franklin vs (13) RS Central

(6) Forest Hills vs (11) East Burke

(7) Wilkes Central vs (10) Newton Conover

(2) East Lincoln vs (15 Smokey Mountain


(8) Kings Mountain vs (9) North Henderson

(5) East Gaston vs (12) Hibriten

(3) West Henderson vs (14) Forestview

(2) South Point vs (15) Southwestern Randolph


(3) AC Reynolgs vs (14) Ashbrook

(1) Crest vs (15) Piedmont

Crest 40 - Shelby 33 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Saturday, 07 November 2015 00:15

Shelby - One for the ages, that's all you can say. Crest the number 1 ranked 3A team traveled 6 miles to take on Shelby the number 1 ranked 2A team in the State. The pressure hasd been building all week. The game lived up to the hype.

Shelby took the opening kickoff and marched down the field in three plays and took a 6-0 lead as Jayden Borders caught an 18 yard TD Pass from Darquez Lee. On the ensuing kick-off, Crests Preston Huskey rambled 90 yards to the Shelby 10 yard line. Tre Harbison plunged in two plays later to giv Crest a 7-6 advantage. That would be the score after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Crest moved the lead to 14-6 as QB Willie Green found Tyshun Odom from 45 yards out. On its next series Shelby OB Lee hit Borders on the screen and he rolled 65 yards to the Crest one, Calvin Camp scored on the next play making it 14-13 Crest.

Shelby took over after a Crest punt, but Crests Michael McCluney picked off Lee's next attempt and returned it to the Shelby 11, Harbison scores from there on 1st down, PAT was no good ...Crest led  20-13. Shelby would tie the game after a series of penalties on Crest had moved the ball to the Charger 5, as Lee found Borders again. On it's next possession Crest's Tre Harbison rolled in from 45 yards out, the two point attempt failed leaving Crest with a 26 - 20 advantage

Shelby was forced to Punt. Crest's Preston Huskey took the ball at the Chrger 5 and promptly raced 95 yards for the score and giving Crest a 32-20 lead. The teams traded possessions. Crest was forced to punt and it wasn't a good one. Shelby was set up at the Charger 35 with 38 seconds remaining in the half. Lee found Truck Sims for 35 yards over the middle making the score at halftime Crest 32 - Shelby 27

In the second half. Shelby took a 33-32 lead when Lee hit Darius Fuller for a 17yd TD the 2pt pass try failed. We move to the fourth quarter. Crest facing a third and 15 from its 15, when Green hit Jarious Strong over the middle moving the ball to the Shelby 30. Green hit Odom on his next pass who took it to the Shelby one, and Harbison plunged in from there giving Crest a 40-33 lead.

Shelby moved to midfield but faced a fourth and 15, and the Crest defense held. With alittle over three minutes left, the Crest offense was able to run the clock out. The final Crest 40 Shelby 33.

Two great teams played a hell of a game in front of 11,000 fans. Neither has any reason to hang their head. Awesome football, Just awesome.

Wolves Down Devils PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 06 November 2015 23:29

Maiden, NC...The Lincolnton Wolves were on the road against the Maiden Blue Devils in a regular season finale with playoff seeding implications on the line.

The Wolves would start things off with Xavier McClain running the ball in from 8 yards out to score the game's first points and give Lincolnton a 6-0 lead with 3:58 remaining in the game's opening quarter. The first quarter would end with the Wolves clinging to a 6-0 lead.

The second quarter of action would again see the Wolves drawing first blood when Tarus Dameron found paydirt from 11 yards out to give the Wolves a 12-0 lead with 10:24 left in the half. The Wolves would add one more rushing touchdown in the second quarter via a Willie Cobb 2 yard touchdown run with 1:40 left to play in the game's opening half. The Wolves would head to the locker room with an 18-0 halftime lead over the Blue Devils.

The third quarter would see the Wolves extend their lead to 24-0 when Tarus Dameron scored his second touchdown on the night with 9:14 left to play in the quarter. The Wolves Cordell Littlejohn would provide the game's first passing touchdown when he connected with Langdon Givens on a 39 yard play to the Lincolnton lead to 31-0 with 3:05 left to play in the third quarter.

The Blue Devils would finally find the endzone in the fourth quarter when Maiden’s Caleb Farley connected with Garrett Hubbard on a 30 yard touchdown pass with 11:46 left to play in the contest pulling Maiden to a 31-6 score. The Wolves would respond with Cordell Littlejohn finding Langdon Givens again on an 18 yard touchdown pass giving the Wolves a 37-6 lead with 6:45 left to play in the game. The Blue Devils would round out the scoring for the night when Caleb Farley found the endzone on an 18 yard quarterback keeper with 4:43 left to play. Our final score would read 37-12 advantage Wolves.

Crest 41 - Burns - 0 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Friday, 30 October 2015 21:32

Boiling Springs -  Crest looked to go 10-0 as they hosted County their County rival the Burns Bulldogs tonight at Sid Bryson Stadium. They would do just that.

Burns won the toss and deferred its option to the second half. Crest took the opening kickoff and promptly marched  75 yards and took a 7-0 as senior running-back Tre Harbison plunged in from a yard out. The Crest defense held the Dogs to a three and out and the Burns punter shanked the punt under heavy pressure, and set Crest up in the red-zone. Crest made it 14-0 as QB Willie Green hit Quentin Thompson fro 4 yards out.

Birns fumbled the ball back to the Chargers on its next possession. Crest wasted no time moving the score to 21-0 as Green hit Harbison on the screen and he rambled 43 yards for the TD.  Burns was once again forced to punt the ball away. Crest took a 28-0 lead as Green stepped up in the pocket under pressure and dropped a 75 yard bomb down the Burns sideline hitting Tyshun Odom in stride and Odom glided in to the end-zone.

After a series of fumbles, Crest took possession with a little over a minute left in the half. Crest promptly moved the ball 86 yards in 47 seconds capped off when Green hit Harbison over the middle for 24 yards, giving Crest a 35-0 lead at the break.

Crest added another score in the second half, as they played mostly backups. The final score Crest 41 - Burns 0

Next week Crest the number 1 ranked 3A team in the State, riding a 26 game winning streak, travels to play the #1 ranked 2A team in the State, the Shelby Golden Lions for the South Mountain Athletic Conference championship.. These two teams are seven miles apart, this pits family versus family, friend verses friend. This will be a slobber-knocker..

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