Red Raiders Tame Wolves PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Saturday, 29 August 2015 08:19

    The Lincolnton Wolves played host to the visiting South Point Red Raiders in the latest installment of this storied rivalry.

    The Wolves would strike first with #22 Tarus Dameron punching it in from 2 yards out giving the Wolves the early 7-0 lead with 6:15 to play in the first quarter. However, the Red Raiders would put together an impressive opening drive with #7 Diontre King sprinting 17 yards to tie it up 7-7 with 1:04 left in the first quarter.

    The Wolves put together another scoring drive on their first possession of the second quarter with #19 Jordon Easter punching it in from 3 yards out to give the Wolves a 14-7 lead with 6:03 remaining in the first half. The Red Raiders would answer when #32 Ryland Etherton found pay dirt from 38 yards out pulling things even again at 14-14 with 4:31 remaining in the first half. The Wolves would take a 20-14 halftime lead into the locker room when #9 Willie Cobb punched it in from the 1 yard line with 0:34 left in the 2nd quarter.

    The second half would be all Red Raiders, all night long. The scoring frenzy got started early in the 3rd quarter with #10 Nolan Wilson carrying it in from 6 yards out to give South Point their first lead, 21-20, with 7:52 to play in the 3rd quarter. The Red Raiders #32 Ryland Etherton punched it in from 5 yards out giving the Red Raiders a 28-20 advantage with 2:01 left to play in the 3rd quarter.

    The  Wolves were unable to get anything going offensively in the 4th quarter. The Red Raiders #32 Ryland Etherton would extend the South Point lead to 35-20 with 9:54 left to play in the game with a five yard carry into the end zone. The Red Raiders #7 Diontre King would put the final nail in the coffin with a 7 yard QB keeper with 7:44 left to play, giving the Red Raiders a 42-20 advantage. This would be our final score, 42-20 South Point.

    What's Up Next: The Lincolnton Wolves (1-1) are on the road against the North Gaston Wildcats (1-1). The South Point Red Raiders (1-1) host the Shelby Golden Lions (2-0).

Crest 31 South Point 13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Page   
Saturday, 22 August 2015 08:35

Crest the defending 3A State Champions played host to the South Point Red Raiders to open up their 2015 campaign. These two tames faced off twice last year. Crest won both meetings, the second was a hard fought 13-7 victory in the Western Championship game, Crest entered this game riding a 16 game winning streak and with their new head coach, Will Clark at the helm.

South Point would get on the scoreboard first in this one, when Crest's Ty McLaurin muffed a Raider punt and South Point recovered on the Crest 2 yard line. One play later the Raider QB Goo King crossed the goal line to give Raiders a 7-0 lead. 

Crest tied the game when receiver Wesley Bullard took the reverse hand-off from QB Willie Green and raced down the home sideline for a 65 yard touchdown.   Crest took a 14 - 7 lead when running back Tre Harbison took the hand off from and made a spectacular 30 yard run down the Raider sideline. Crest would make the lead 21-7 on another Harbison plunge midway through the second quarter.

It looked as if Crest had control and then South Point does what it does. The Raiders went on a 65 yard drive that culminated in a full-back plunge a mixed extra point made the halftime score 21 - 13 Crest. 

In the second half Crest moved the ball from the thirty yard line to the opposite thirty very well, but their drives would stall. Crest finally scored on a 35 yard Evan Davis field-goal, making it a 24-13 ballgame.

 South Point made a long 60 yard drive and made it down to the Charger 10. QB King rolled right through a laser into the end zone, but Crest's Tyreke Ramseur snatched the ball out of the air and promptly raced 98 yards for another Charger TD, making the final score 31-13.

Crest travels to play Ashbrook in week 2

Coach Gibson gets first win as Lincolnton head coach PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Chapman   
Friday, 21 August 2015 22:15

A new era has begun at Lincolnton High School as Coach Ledford Gibson took the field as head coach of the Wolves.  Gibson a long time assistant coach at Lincolnton became the fourth head coach in Lincolnton history.  Gibson took over as Scott Cloninger retired.   Gibson started his head coaching career with a bang as the Wolves dominated the North Lincoln knights in every phase of the game.   The Wolves defense was stingy and the offense moved the ball at will.  Lincolnton received the opening kickoff and returned it to the 40 yard line.  Lincolnton drove the ball 60 yards capped off by a 1 yard touchdown run by Jordon Easter.   North Lincoln’s first drive ended quickly as Lincolnton’s Norman Fuller intercepted a pass and returned it the 5 yard line.  Jordon Easter took over from there scoring on 5 yard run putting the Wolves up 14-0 with 5:18 left in 1st quarter.   Tarus Dameron added another score on a 5 yard with 1:21 left in the 1st.  Jordon Easter found another way to score early in the 2nd quarter as he returned a punt 77 yards for a score making the  score 28-0.  Tarus Dameron scored his second touchdown on a 3 yard run with 7:11 left in the 2nd quarter. The extra point was missed and Lincolnton lead 34-0.   Lincolnton would add another score with 3:39 left in 2nd as starting QB Cordell Littlejohn scored on a 40 yard keeper putting Lincolnton up 41-0 at the half.   Dameron added another score to start the 3rd quarter on  a 30 yard run with 10:15 left giving Lincolnton  a 48-0 lead.  The next drive North Lincoln scored their first touchdown of the season on a 38 yard pass as QB Reid McCrorie threw a 38 yard touchdown to  Jimmy Scott.  Lincolnton quickly answered that score as Xavier McClain scored on a 48 yard run with 2:22 left in the 3rd.  McClain added another score on a 42 yard run with 6:49 left in the game.  Gibson gets his first win as Lincolnton head coach with a final score of 62-8. 

Pine Lake Prep had first college recruit PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ben Berg   
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:26

A Mooresville resident, Joe played wide receiver, free safety, tight end and place kicker for PLP's Varsity football team the past two years. In PLP’s short Varsity program, Joe holds many Varsity first for the school, as well career and season records.  He will study communications with an emphasis in athletics.

 Signing Day held at Pine Lake Prep.  Pictured with Joe are his mom Cathy, dad Ben and sister Alexandra.

Here are some of Joe Berg’s highlights:

First Varsity Touchdown recorded for PLP

First Varsity Extra Point recorded for PLP

First Varsity Field Goal recorded for PLP

First Varsity 2 TD game recorded for PLP

Most receiving Yards (Varsity Season) 587

Most receiving Yards (Varsity Career) 693

Average Yards Per Catch (Varsity Season) 21.2

Average Yards per Catch (Varsity Career) 20.38

Longest Varsity Reception 78 yards

Longest Varsity TD Reception 78 yards

First Varsity Interception returned for a TD

Winning TD in PLP’s First Ever Varsity Win

One of a group of Team Captains both years

Part of first class of  PLP Varsity Football players named to The All-Conference Team (2013)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:37
Community Celebration Day PDF Print E-mail
Written by East Lincoln   
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 15:19
Would like to let everyone know that we are planning to do a community celebration on May 29th. We will have the last day of our spring football practice that day from 6:30 to 8PM, everyone is welcome to watch practice and see the 2015 Mustangs. At 8:00PM we will honor all of our sports that have won conference championships. Our two state runner ups and have our ring ceremony for our 2014 Football Team.

NCHSAA names players of the yeat PDF Print E-mail
Written by NCHSAA   
Friday, 08 May 2015 14:19

CHAPEL HILL --  Tainasha Vines of Bunn High School and Chazz Surratt of East Lincoln High School  have been named winners of the 2015 Athlete of the Year awards by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA).
These are the top athletic awards given by the NCHSAA to honor the most outstanding male and female high school athletes in the state. They were presented at the Dean E, Smith Center on the University of North Carolina campus during the NCHSAA's Annual Meeting on Thursday.
Both of the winners were selected by a special panel that includes media representatives from across the state. They were each presented with the Pat Best Memorial Trophy, named for the former Goldsboro High principal and president of the NCHSAA who died unexpectedly in 1988.

 "On behalf of our Board of Directors and the entire membership of the NCHSAA, we congratulate these outstanding student-athletes on their tremendous achievements during their high school careers," said Davis Whitfield, commissioner of the NCHSAA. "Both have extremely impressive credentials which are in the same vein as previous winners of this award, and we certainly wish them well in their future pursuits."
Surratt has been an amazing two-sport star, leading East Lincoln to almost unprecedented success as the Mustangs football team went 16-0 and won the NCHSAA state championship and then the basketball team was unbeaten until it lost to four-time champ Kinston in the championship game.
Surratt, football Player of the Year in the Southern District Seven for the second consecutive year, was the Most Valuable Player in the state football final and finished the season with the third-best all-time record for touchdown responsibility with 73, including 51 TD passes and 22 rushing touchdowns.   He threw for 4,338 yards and had 5,621 yards in total offense, giving him 11.657 for his career.

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 Tuesday, 12 May 2015 20:18
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
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