Crest Throttles Havelock PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Sunday, 14 December 2014 15:01

Raleigh - Two teams came together to battle for the NCHSAA 3A Championship in Raleigh. One averaged over 50 points a game on offense, and the other giving up five points a game on defense, it would be a battle of wills as the three time defending 3A champions the Havelock Rams took the filed against the Mighty Crest Chargers.

Havelock won the toss and elected to receive. It looked as if they would get going early as they drove into Crest territory, but just as it had done all year, the Crest defense came up huge. as Aaron Ramseur picked off a pass attempt by Ram QB Sabado, and from taht point on it was complete domination by the Crest Chargers on both sides of the ball.

The Crest first sting defense gave up two touchdowns all year long, one while up 35-0 on South Point in the first game of the regular season, and one to South Point in the Western Championship. The Charger defense only allowed the heralded Ram offense a field goal in the second quarter.

Crest pounded the Ram defense all night long behind the running of Junior tailback Tre Harbison who carried the ball a whopping 41 times for 196 yards and three touchdowns, Harbison was named the games Most valuable player. Harbison gave credit to his offensive line who pushed the Ram defensive line back all game long.

The Crest defense, as it had done all year, did its part. It forced three Ram turnovers, and controlled the game when on the filed. The Charger defense allowed Havelock 159 yards of total offense, and when it needed too it showed who was boss, with devastating hits, and speed off the edge that hurried Sabado all night long.

In the in Crest played old fashioned smash mouth football and won its 5th State Championship 24-3 giving head coach Mark Barnes his first title in his storied career. Pics

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 12:59
East Lincoln Hangs On 14-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Saturday, 13 December 2014 19:34

Winston-Salem…The East Lincoln Mustangs squared off against the Washington Pam Pack this afternoon at Wake Forest’s BB&T Field with the NCHSAA State 2AA Championship on the line. The first quarter would find both teams struggle to establish their offenses with East Lincoln only mustering 53 yards of total offense, and Washington finding 71 yards of offense. The quarter would end with both teams scoreless.

The second quarter would see both teams still searching for answers on offense, and Chazz Surratt found that he just may have the solution. With 4:40 left in the 2nd quarter Surratt would score on a 6 yard run to give the Mustangs a 6-0 lead. The Mustangs Blake Strupp extra point attempt was good and lifted the Mustangs to a 7-0 lead. The Pam Pack would waste little time answering the bell with Stepfon Rodman reaching pay dirt with 2:09 left in the first half. The Ben Mckeithan kick would find it’s mark and the teams would head into halftime with the score tied 7-7.

As the teams took the field for the third quarter the defensive chess match would continue until Washington’s Xzavier Clark took the ball in on a 2 yard TD run with 1:47 left to play in the 3rd quarter. The Ben McKeithan extra point attempt found itself blocked. The teams would head into the final quarter of play with the Mustangs trailing 13-7.

The East Lincoln Mustangs have relied heavily on multi-talented junior QB Chazz Surratt this season, and would look to their QB to bring them back to life in the final quarter of play. With time slipping away from them, Chazz Surratt would respond with a 9 yard TD pass to junior WR Coleton Banks with 8:50 left to play in the game. The Blake Strupp extra point would give the Mustangs all they would need to complete a perfect 16-0 season and give the Mustangs their second NCHSAA 2AA State Football Championship.

                The Mustangs Chazz Surratt was named the game’s MVP before some 3,484 fans in attendance. Congratulations to the Mustangs on a truly magical season of football.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 19:38
Shelby wins 7th State Championship 31-7 PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Saturday, 13 December 2014 15:26

Shelby wins 7th State Football Championship.  The first half turned out to be a defensive struggle.  Shelby hurt themselves with turnovers turning the ball over 3 times in the first half.  Shelby scored on the first drive as Chad Reid scored on 19 yard run with 7:35 left in the first quarter.   Clinton then answered on their first drive scoring on a 38 yard run with 3:41 left in the first to tie the score at 7.   Shelby would put more points on the board just before half as Richard Wright kicked a 31 yard field goal to make the halftime score Shelby 10 Clinton 7.  In the second half Shelby took over on offense and defense.  Shelby scored 3 times and held Clinton to 50 yards for the half.   Shelby’s defense held Clinton to a total of 117 yards for the game.  Shelby scored in the 2nd half on a 1 yard rush by Chad Reid with 2:45 left in the third.  Shelby added another score with :38 left in the 3rd as RJ George score on a 16 yard run.  Shelby added a two point conversion on a run by Garrion Addison.   Shelby scored the final touchdown with 7:10 left in the game as Buck Ussery scored on a 4 yard run making the final score 31-7.  Shelby had 418 yards of total offense 284 yards rushing on 53 carries and 134 passing.  RJ George was 10 for 16 passing.  George received the offensive player of the game.   The MVP was Chad Reid.  Reid had 169 yards rushing on 30 carries. Reid also had 26 yards on 2 catches.    Defensive player of the game was Chavon Miller.  Miller had 10 tackles and 3.5 sacks. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 19:37
Crest 13 - South Point 7 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 05 December 2014 23:16

Boiling Springs - Crest hosted South Point in the NCHSAA 3A Western Championship game. Crest defeated the Raiders in the first game of the season 35 - 13. This one would be a battle.

Crest won the toss and deferred their option to the second half. The Crest defense which was more than stout all year forced a Raider punt, and blocked it. Crest set up shop deep in SP territory. CresT moved to the Raider 18, but stalled and kicker Alex Trejo drilled a 33 yard field goal for a Charger 3-0 lead.

The Crest defense stymied the Raider offense most of the night, and the Crest offense stymied its self most of the night. Crest drove to the Raider goal line twice, once taking it in, but the TD backed on a holding penalty, and once a bad snap forced a Trejo field goal which wound up short.

Middle way through the 3rd quarter Crest sophomore Tre Harbison took the snap in the wildcat and got a step around the right end and raced 69 yards to the house, the extra point gave Crest a 10-0 lead. Crest added a field goal as time expired ib the half for a 13-0 advantage.

Crest could not get out of their own way in the second half. South Point QB Brooks made a sweet move on the keeper and raced 48 yards to the Charger 20. South Point took it in 7 plays later to cut the lead to 13-7. The Crest defense allowed no more points and very few yards to seal the game, and send the Chargers to the 3A Title game where they will face a formidable opponent in the Havelock Rams.

Wolves lose to Mustangs 35-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 28 November 2014 23:40

   On a frigid Friday night, the Wolves rolled into David Clark Stadium looking to exact revenge on their county rivals, the East Lincoln Mustangs.

  The first quarter would see the Wolves take the opening possession deep into Mustang territory and finish with a 2 yard Darian Roseboro touchdown run. The Graham Willis extra point gave the Wolves a 7-0 advantage early on with 5:48 left to play in the first quarter. The Mustangs would respond on their first play from scrimmage with Chazz Surratt connecting with Valentine on a slant pass which would go 65 yards to paydirt with 5:30 left to play in the opening quarter. The first quarter would end in a 7-7 draw.

  The Mustangs would take their first lead of the game with 11:05 left to play in the second quarter on a Surratt to Valentine TD pass that was good for 19 yards. The Wolves would answer with 2:10 left to play before halftime with Darian Roseboro punching it in from 5 yards out and leaving us with a 14-14 draw going into the half.

  The Mustangs would score quickly in the third quarter with the Surratt to Valentine connection hooking up quickly with 11:46 left to play in the third quarter giving the Mustangs a 21-14 advantage heading into the fourth quarter.

  The Mustangs would put the game just out of reach in the fourth quarter with Chazz Surratt scoring on a 9 yard run with 9:57 left to play. The Mustangs Colton Banks would give the Mustangs insurance on an 8 yard run with 1:29 left to play and give us our final score, 35-14 East Lincoln.

  This was Lincolnton head coach Scott Cloninger's last game at the helm for the Wolves. We wish Scott and his family all the best and thank him for his tireless efforts and successful career at LHS!!!

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 November 2014 07:55
Crest Destroys Forestview PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Friday, 28 November 2014 22:23

Boiling Springs - The Crest Chargers played host to the Forestview Jaguars in the third round of the 3A Western playoffs, in what was billed to be an exciting game between two of the areas best teams. Forestview would win the toss and that would be the one good thing that happened to them in the first half. The Jags deferred their option to the second half. After a short kick, Crest took control on the 50. Two plays later QB Willie Green scored on a keeper from 32 yards out to give Crest a 7-0 lead. The onslaught began.

The Crest defense forced the Jags to punt on its possession. The Chargers promptly drove down the field and took a 14-0 lead on a Tre Harbison 1 yard plunge. With this TD Harbison set the Cleveland County record for points in a season.

The Crest defense forced another three and out. Green hit Traquan Hopper on the screen from 11 yards out to give the Chargers a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. Crest forced a Jag fumble as the quarter ran out. At the start of the second quarter Harbison dove in from two yards out to give Crest a 28-0 lead. At this point Forestview was done, no kidding. The Crest defense is as formidable as any unit in this State. You have to see it in person.

Crest would move to a 35-0 lead when Green found Preston Huskey from 35 yards out 16 minutes into the game. Just before the half Crests Alex Trejo pushed through a 29 yard field goal, setting the record for most field goals by a Crest kicker in a career, and he also gave the Chargers a 38-0 lead at the break. 

Forestviews talented running-back Moe Neal was help to MINUS 12 yards in the first half.

The second half was more of the same. The Jags were forced to punt and Jordan Oates returned said punt 67 yards for a TD to give Crest a 45 - 0 lead, and put the MERCY rule in effect.

Crest would score again when Sophomore Trey Williams took it in from 1 yard out to move the lead to 52-0. The View would finally get on the board after mass substitutions on the Charger defense when John Crawford hit Caleb Williams from 30 yards out. Making the final score Crest 52 - Forestview 7. The Crest starting defensivve unit has not allowed a TD in 14 games.

Crest (14 - 0) will play host to its bitter rival the 10 and 4, South Point Red Raiders for the Western Championship next Friday.

Daryl McNeill of Forestview PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 November 2014 13:43

Last Updated on Monday, 24 November 2014 13:45
Lincolnton moves on to 3rd round PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Friday, 21 November 2014 22:51

Lincolnton- Lincolnton hosted Parkwood in the 2nd round of the 2A playoffs.  Parkwood won the coin toss and received the opening kickoff. Parkwood’s Donovan Harris broke through the line on a 58 yard run before being tackled at the 13.   On the next play Josh Coble threw a 13 yard touchdown pass to Max Robinson.   Parkwood’s extra point was no good.  Parkwood is up 6-0.   On Lincolnton’s first play from scrimmage Darin Roseboro fumbled and it was recovered by Parkwood.   Lincolnton’s defense came up big holding Parkwood.  Lincolnton then drove 69 yards in 11 plays with Tarus Dameron scoring on a 1 yard run. Lincolnton was up 7-6 with 5:10 left in the first quarter.  On Lincolnton’s next possession Jordon Easter scores on a 42 yard run on what look like a busted play.  Lincolnton took a 14-6 lead over Parkwood with 2:59 left in the 1st quarter.   Parkwood would then drive down and score on a 1 yard run by Coble cutting Lincolnton’s lead to 14-12 after a failed two point try.  Lincolnton then went on a 6:30 drive scoring on a 4 yard run by Darian Roseboro putting Lincolnton up 21-12 with 1:24 in the 2nd.   Parkwood would then try to get one more score before the half but Lincolnton’s defense held.   On that drive Lincolnton’s QB/DB Jordon Easter would get hurt and did not return to the game.  

Lincolnton would then fumble on the opening drive of the 2nd half.  Parkwood  then returned the favor and  turned  it back over to the Lincolnton as Quinlyn Harris picks up a Coble fumble and returns it 40 yards for the a touchdown.  Making the score Lincolnton 28 Parkwood 12 with 6:29 left in 3rd.   Lincolnton would try a 23 yard field goal but missed the right.  Lincolnton wins  28-12 and move on to face county rival East Lincoln next Friday. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 22 November 2014 05:11
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