NEWS

NCHSAA releases ADM figures

On Tuesday, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released the 2013 average daily membership numbers, or simply put, the ADM numbers that are used to determine sub-divided playoff brackets.  The NCHSAA receives these numbers from the Department of Public Instruction, then makes adjustments based on other academies, early colleges, or other facilities that may … …

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CP Radio: Wednesday Night Week-12 Preview Show

The Week-12 preview show, HEADLINERS airs on Wednesday night at 9 p.m. Tonight’s topics include Friday’s conference games with title implications, and we’ll preview Saturday’s release of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association playoff brackets. Link: CP Radio – HEADLINERS – Wednesday Night Preview Show – Week-12 …

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NCHSAA STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

CHAPEL HILL— The schedule has been set for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s state football championships next month. The eight championships will once again be held at three locations, including Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, and BB&T Field in Winston-Salem. One game will be played on Friday night, December … …

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BREAKING: 2013 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Rosters

The players have been selected for the 77th Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas to be played on Dec. 21st at Wofford College.  The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas is the oldest High School Football All-Star Game in the naton.  The 40-man rosters were selected by the respective coachings staffs of each state. Click here to view … …

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Hometown Hero: Southeast Halifax Head Coach Larry Edwards

This is an open letter from former North Carolina High School Head Football Coach Greg Watford Larry Edwards is a hometown hero whose value to the community that Southeast Halifaxserves cannot possibly be measured in dollars and cents.  He arrived on the scene in 1989 as an assistant football coach, basketball coach, and head track coach. … …

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