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Shelby' Norman retires and shares thoughts PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Monday, 09 May 2011 12:34

  Shelby's Chris Norman has retired, he was 147-39-1 with 3 state championships and 10 conference titles. when asked about favorite memories he said, "My favorite memories will be the relationships that I have formed along the way.  It has been a great ride.  I have spent more than half my life at Shelby High School as a students athlete, coach and athletic director.  I will miss being on the sidelines every Friday night.  I friendships I have formed with other coaches, officials and players and members of the media will always go with me."

  Coach Norman talks about the future, "As for my future plans I plan to take it easy for a while and  spend some time with my family.  I plan to attend HS football games on Friday.  I may do a  game of the  week tour and see some of my friends play that I have  never been able to do before.

  I have  enjoyed my time at  SHS, but it is time to pass the torch."
 
 Coach Norman will a tough act to follow we hope him the best of luck.


 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 17:47
 
We're on Facebook PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 19:26

We're on Facebook get quick updates and find out information on winning shirts, towels and other prizes at events and games.

Here's the link

 
Collmar wins top offensive lineman award PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Monday, 25 April 2011 20:19

The South Showcase Combine at Bamberg-Erhardt High School in S.C. this past weekend sponsored by Fox and Scout.com. Over 100 athletes registered to participate. Entries came ifrom four-states . The top offensive lineman award was presented to Jamie Collmar from Gastonia-Forestview. The 6-foot-2.5, 273-pound prospect had impressive combine numbers including a 4.98 40-yard dash.  Read Scout.com story 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2011 23:18
 
Lineberger named new South Point Coach PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Monday, 04 April 2011 14:34

South Point AD announced the new football coach for the South Point Red Raiders as Mickey Lineberger. Lineberger is sports icon in  Belmont area and a active part in the success of South Point program.

 
John Devine named head football coach at Clover PDF Print E-mail
Written by Clover Press release   
Tuesday, 22 March 2011 09:15

Clover High School has announced the hiring of John Devine as its next head football coach. Devine has served as head coach of South Point High School in Belmont, NC, since 1996. During his years with the Red Raiders, Devine compiled an impressive overall record of 137-55-1, with ten conference championships and two AAA North Carolina State Championships in 2003 and 2009.

Clover principal Mark Hopkins commented, "I have known John Devine for close to fifteen years and have seen his South Point teams up close on many occasions. His teams have always represented their community with class and played the game the way it is intended to be played. We believe he is a great fit for our community and that his past experiences and success will follow him to Clover. We welcome Coach Devine into the Blue Eagle family with open arms."

Devine will replace Jet Turner, who leaves Clover for Wilson Hall, a private school near his home in Sumter, SC. Turner had an impressive eight-year run in Clover, leading the Blue Eagles into the AAAA classification and then to the AAAA Division 2 South Carolina State Championship in 2007. He leaves with a record of 70-29 while at Clover.

"I am very blessed and honored to have been considered, and I’m very excited for the opportunity to coach Clover High School," Devine said, "Clover and the upstate of South Carolina have great football tradition and great coaching. I know we’ll have a challenge each and every Friday night. I am looking forward to that challenge," Devine said.

Clover Athletics Director Carroll Hester, recently named the South Carolina AD of the year, added, "We are very proud of the success our football team has enjoyed under the direction of Coach Jet Turner. At the same time, we are very excited and feel most fortunate to announce that John Devine will be the new Blue Eagle football coach. Coach Devine’s record, the success he has achieved, and the program he has built at South Point High School are tremendous. We look forward to Coach Devine’s leadership, his passion, and his desire to help Clover remain at the top."

 

Last Updated on Friday, 25 March 2011 20:31
 
NG Patton talks to Boosters PDF Print E-mail
Written by FFN   
Monday, 07 March 2011 19:45

Patton

North Gaston introduces their new coach Mike Patton a 1990 graduate and a South Point assistant for last 10 years. Coach Patton talks to boosters about building a winning program at North Gaston and one of the things was playing tough non-conference games, they added Hickory and Asheville to their schedule.

Pictures and Watch the Video

Last Updated on Monday, 07 March 2011 20:01
 
Burns beats Freedom PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 October 2010 22:41

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LAWNDALE - Burns opened up South Mountain Athletic Conference play Friday night, beating the Freedom Patriots 35-20 at Ron Greene Stadium.

The Bulldogs jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter behind two 15 yard touchdown runs from junior RB Darius Ramsey. Ramsey finished with 133 yards rushing on 29 carries. Freedom cut the Dawg lead in half less than a minute before halftime on a 19 yard touchdown pass from QB Micheal Helms to Marcus Kincaid. Burns would run the final minute of the half out and take the 14-7 lead in the locker room.

The Burns offense came out in the second half with the ball and extended their lead to 21-7 when QB Brandon Littlejohn found wide-out Jonah Brooks with a touchdown strike. On the Dawgs next possession Littlejohn threw another touchdown pass, this one for 64 yards to Ramsey.

Freedom cut the score to 28-13 on a two yard QB keeper early in the fourth quarter. However Burns put the game out of reach with 1:44 left in the game as Littlejohn threw his third touchdown pass of the night, this one a three yard toss to Travond Ross. Littlejohn had 219 yards passing on the night.

The Patriots added a late touchdown run to set the final score at 35-20.

Next Friday night Freedom (4-2, 1-1 SMAC) will host RS Central. Burns (5-1, 1-0 SMAC) will once again be at Ron Greene Stadium, hosting Chase.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 October 2010 23:06
 
11-13 playoff scores PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 13 November 2009 22:58

Local Teams:
1AA Bracket
Bessemer City 33; Avery County 9
Cherryville  17; Monroe 48
2A
Bracket
Lincolnton 55; Maiden 6
2AA Bracket
Shelby 40; Bunker Hill 9
East Lincoln 30; Ashe County 16
3A Bracket
Burns 34; West Henderson 31
Hunter Huss 7; Franklin 13
3AA
Bracket
Crest 27 Northeast Guilford 14
South Point 21; Ashbrook 14 OT
Forestview 28; Weddington 7
4A Bracket
East Gaston 9; AC Reynolds 42

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 November 2009 00:59
 
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