Shelby wins 2A Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Saturday, 14 December 2013 17:02

Shelby Golden Lions won their sixth NCHSAA state football championship.   Shelby was able to control field position in the first half.  That field position helped them to the win.  Shelby had 123 first half yards but managed to score 27 points.   Shelby blocked two punts and had one fumble recovery.   Shelby took the opening drive down the field but had to settle for a 22 yard field goal by Luke Hayek.   Southwest Onslow then score quickly as they had a three play 50 yard drive.  J’Veon Walker caught a 44 yard pass from Jonathan Hartley to make the score 7-3.   Shelby then took the lead with on 4 play 36 yard drive as RJ George threw a 9 yard pass to Michael Gullatte with 2:11 left in the first quarter.  Shelby controlled the 2nd quarter.  Early 2nd quarter Shelby’s Hayek kicked his second field goal.  This one was from 21 yards giving Shelby a 13-7 lead. Shelby then added another score on a 1 yard run by Luke Hayek giving Shelby a 20-7 lead.   Shelby then blocked their second punt of the game and recover at the  1 yard line.  Chad Reid then runs it in from the 1 putting Shelby up 27-7 with 1:57 left in the 1st half.   The second half less exciting until :13 left in the 3rd quarter.  Shelby blocked Southwest Onslow punt.  The punt rolls out end zone for a safety.  Making the final score Shelby  29 Southwest Onslow 7.  

Post game awards:

Outstanding offensive player of the game for Shelby  J’veon Walker

Outstanding defensive player of the game for Shelby  Xavier Wells

Most Valuable Player  Shelby’s RJ George

Outstanding offensive player of the game for Southwest Onslow Raekwon Washington

Outstanding defensive player of the game for Demerrio Houston

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 00:31
Shelby leads at half PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Saturday, 14 December 2013 12:12

Shelby leads Southwest Onslow at the half 27-7

Halftime Statistics 


155 total yards   123 passing 32 rushing

SW Onslow 

47 total yards  2 yards rushing 45 passing

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 December 2013 12:20
Jags Fall to Spiders PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Friday, 06 December 2013 23:27

  Forestville Jaguars fall to Concord 35-14 in the western finals. It was second straight week Concord defeated a Gaston County team downing South Point last week. Jags scored first to get a 7-0 lead but all Concord after that for a final 35-14 with Forestview scoring late.

Crest -23 - Northern Guilford - 17 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 06 December 2013 23:24

Boiling Springs - First let me say......... What A Game!

Crest hosted the two time defending State Champion Northern Guilford NightHawks, a team that had not been beat on the playing field in over 40 games for the 3AA Western Championship at Sid Bryson Stadium. To me it epitomized what High School football is all about.

Crest won the coin toss and differed their option to the second half. NG took control at their own 20, they managed a first down but were forced to punt. Crest took over and drove to the NG 31 but were stopped short on fourth down, and the Hawks took over. NG moved methodically down to the Crest 14 as time expired in the 1st quarter with the score knotted at 0.  

On the first play of the second quarter NG QB Austin Coltrane hit Mook Reynolds on the slant for the TD, the extra point was good and the Night Hawks lead 7-0. On its next possession Crest moved into NG territory, but fumbled on its own the 43 and gave the ball back to NG. NG moved down the fieldbut Crest held them on third down and NG's Austin Coltrane hit a 35 yard field goal to give the Hawks a 10-0 lead and that is how it would go into the half.

The two teams would move up and down the middle of the field for most of the third quarter trading possessions. Crest finally got on the board when half-back Jordan Oates hit a wide open Quentin Thompson on a 59 yard bomb, the extra point was good and the score now, NG  10 Crest 7. It wouldn't stay that way long as Mook Reynolds returned the ensuing kick-off 98 yards and NG would go up 17 - 7.

After trading possessions Crest's Connor Blanton intercepted Coletrain near midfield. Crest moved down the the NG 20 yard line and stalled. Crest kicker Alex Trejo's 35 yard field goal was good and cut the Hawks lead to 17-10.

Late in the 4th quarter Crest found its self in a 4th and 2 with 1:59 lest to play. Crest running back Jalin Moore took the snapped faked like he was going up the middle but stopped and found Omar Brooks wide open down the middle for a 20 yard TD, the extra point was good and the game was tied at 17. NG was content to let the clock run out to send the game to overtime.

In overtime both teams start from the 10, NG won the coin toss and put Crest on offense first. Crest QB P.J. Brooks ran up the middle but fumbled at the goal line, but his teammate D'Shawn Taylor recovered in the end-zone for the TD, the extra point was blocked leaving Crest with A 23-17 lead.

NG'S turn. The Crest defense stiffened and put NG in a tough spot wit a 4th and 7. NG QB Austin Coletrane rolled left but his pass sailed high, and Sid Bryson Stadium exploded.

Crest will play Southern Durham next week at Wake Forest University for the 3AA State Title.

Shelby crushes Reidsville PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 06 December 2013 23:22

  What look like a low scoring game in Reidsville with a score of 3-0 in favor of Reidsville, the Shelby Lions score with 4:55 left in the first half on a Radekwon Washington 5 yard TD run. Washington scores again prior to first half giving the Lions a 14-3 lead at the half. The Lions score 5 more times in the second half to go on to a 49-3 old fashion spanking of Reidsville. Jaquavis Brooks adds two TD runs in the second have to lead the charge.


 CLASS 2-A CHAMPIONSHIP—Saturday, 11 a.m.




The Mustangs Lost their Quest for Second Championship Title PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sandra Smith   
Saturday, 30 November 2013 02:11

he Mustangs Lose in the Third Round to Monroe

Thanks guys for a great season!  We hated to see you lose short of the championship game; however, your fans have nothing to complain about!  You provided us with some heart-stopping moments throughout the season, which we thank you.  To be honest, with so many seniors leaving us this year, we truly thought this would be a "building the team up" year, not a winning season.  We surely did not expect you to make it to Round 3 in the playoffs!  So, as bad as it hurt to lose the game tonight, you didn't lose the season! You are definitely winners for us!

Please check out the photos in the photo gallery, showing the home team bleachers and the visitors bleachers -- that says it all -- you had us from the first game to the last! And, Bubba McDowell and Kyle Branch (Mustangs 2008-12; ELHS Class of 2012) and possibly other alumni were there tonight to cheer you on.  

So, good luck to you seniors moving on to possibly play ball in college and possibly turn pro -- never give up on your dreams!

Submitted by 

Sandra Smith

(Gramma to Kyle Branch ELHS Class of 2012 and Nick Branch ELHS Class of 2017, both great football players and Cassidy Branch, Class of 2014, Captain -- Cheerleader)

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 November 2013 08:12
Rams outlast Wolves PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Saturday, 30 November 2013 00:12

Reidsville- The Lincolnton Wolves traveled to Reidsville for the third round of the NCHSAA state playoffs and came up on the losing end of an epic battle.

     The Rams would draw first blood in the first quarter via a 67 yard TD strike and take an early 7-0 lead on the Wolves. The Wolves would end the first quarter without a score, but would also keep the Rams from doing any more damage.

     The second quarter would see the Rams connect on yet another big pass for a TD, with this one going for 61 yards. A bad snap would cost the Rams the extra point, and they would carry a 13-0 lead into halftime.

     This, however, would be a tale of two halves. The Wolves defense finally figured out how to slow down the high octane Rams defense. The Wolves defense would hold on Reidsville's first possession of the second half and Justice Charles would reward the defense with a 28 yard TD run to pull the Wolves close at 13-7 with 4:53 left in the third quarter. The Wolves would recover a loose ball and freshman kicker Graham Willis would pull the Wolves closer with a 28 yard FG to make it 13-10 with 2:03 left to play in the third quarter.

     The Wolves defense would again pitch a shutout in the fourth quarter, but the Wolves offense couldn't take advantage of the situation. The game would end with the Rams taking a knee and preserving a 13-10 victory.

     The Rams will play host to the Shelby Golden Lions next week in the 2A Western Finals, while the Wolves end their season with a 9-5 record.


Crest 30 - ACR - 14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 29 November 2013 23:09

Boiling Springs - In the third round of the 3AA Western playoffs the Crest Chargers played host to the Rockets from Reynolds High School in Asheville. It was what a third round game should be, tough, hard hitting, and exciting.

Crest won the toss and differed their option to the second half. Crest kicked off and held the Rockets to a three and out. Crest took control after the punt and quickly moved into Rocket territory. The Chargers took a 7-0 lead when Jalin Moore went up the middle for 20 yards giving the Chargers an early advantage.

Crest forced the Rockets to punt on its next possession. Crest QB P.J.Brooks under threw a wide open receiver and ACR picked the pass off and took possession. The Rockets scored a few plays later when QB Levi Ledford found CJ Allen in the corner of the end zone for an 18 yard scoring strike.

After forcing the Rockets to punt, Crest drove down deep into ACR territory, and faced a 3rd and goal from the 9 yard line. The Rocket defense stiffened and Charger kicker Alex Trejo hit a 25 yard field goal to give Crest a 10-7 lead.  After an exchange of punts Crest took over again, but fumbled the ball deep in it's own territory. The Crest defense bowed up and forced a 28 yard field goal, which went wide left leaving the score 10-7 Crest at the half.

Crest took possession on its own 28 yard line to start the second half, and on the second play from scrimmage Charger running back Tre Harbison took the option pitch and promptly went 72 yards for a Crest score, the extra point was missed leaving the Chargers with a 16 -7 advantage.

ACR would make the score 16-14 as they marched down the field, with the drive ending on a A.J. Logan 18 yard TD run. That would be the score at the end of the third quarter. ACR looked to take the lead as they drove into Crest's side of the field. The Rockets attempted a 35 yard field goal, but the kick fell just short leaving Crest with a two point lead. Crest would move the lead to 23 - 14 when Brooks rolled 62 yards on a keeper with 11 minutes left to play.

After forcing Crest to punt, the Rockets drove to the Crest side of the field. QB Levi Ledford dropped back to pass, but Crest sophomore Jabarri Foster intercepted the ball and returned it to the Rocket 12 yard line. Fron there Brooks took it in to give Crest the 30-14 victory.

Crest wiil play host to the Northern Guilford Night Hawks next week with a trip to the State Title game on the line.

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