NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS 1928-1968

The North Carolina High School Athletic Conference served for many years as the athletic orginzation for historically black high schools.  The NCHSAC conducted classified state championships in several sports, certified officials and administered its athletic program.  Dr. Army Armstrong of Rocky Mount served as its commissioner for many years.

Members of the NCHSAC, which numbered over 100 at one point, joined the NCHSAA when the conferences merged.  The NCHSAC actually disbanded in 1969.

 

OPEN/AAA
1928 Oxford Marry Porter 42, Winston-Salem Columbia Heights 0
1930 Henderson Institute
1931 Raleigh B.T. Washington 6, Gastonia Highland 0
1932 Raleigh B.T. Washington
1933 Henderson Institute 14, Belmont Reid 0
1934 Henderson Institute 32, Gastonia Highland 13
1935 Wilmington Williston
1940 Gastonia Price
1942 Asheville Stephens-Lee
1943 Durham Hillside
1944 Durham Hillside
1945 Raleigh B.T. Washington 20, Gastonia Highland 0
1946 Gastonia Highland 7, Raleigh B.T. Washington 6
1947 Wilminton Williston 12, Lexington Dunbar 0
1949 Raleigh B.T. Washington 2, Gastonia Highland 0
1950 Raleigh B.T. Washington 14, Salisbury Price 0
1951 Greensboro Dudley 13, Durham Hillside 6
1952 Kinston Adkin 7, Greensboro Dudley 0
1953 Winston-Salem Atkins 45, New Bern West Street 6
1954 West Charlotte 14, Kinston Adkins 6
1955 Wilmington Williston 13, Winston-Salem Carver 7
1957 Asheville Stephens-Lee 25, Rocky Mount B.T. Washington 6
1958 Rocky Mount B.T. Washington 34, Winston-Salem Carver 6
1959 Winston-salem Atkins 50, Durham Hillside 0
1960 High Point William Penn, Durham Hillside
1961 Rocky Mount B.T. Washington 18, Winston-Salem Carver 0
AAAA
1962 Winston-Salem Carver 34, Fayetteville E.E. Smith 2
1963 Charlotte Second Ward 28, Raleigh Ligon 14
1964 Wilson Darden 14, Winston-Salem Carver 0
1965 Elizabeth City P.W. Moore 36, Winston-Salem Carver 0
1966 Greensboro Dudley 6, New Bern Barber 6 (co-champs)
1967 Fayetteville E.E. Smith 6, Winston-Salem Paisley 0
1968 Fayetteville E.E. Smith 12, Elizabeth City P.W. Moore 12
1969 Tarboro Patillo 14, Kinston Adkin 0
AAA
1963 Winston-Salem Anderson 30, Chapel Hill Lincoln 15
1964 Durham Merrick-Moore 37, Winston-Salem Anderson 14
1965 Durham Merrick-Moore 8, Lexington Dunbar 0
1966 Williamston E.J. Hayes 60, Winston-Salem Anderson 12
1967 Winston-Salem Anderson 20, Durham Merrick-Moore 19
1968 Williamston E.J. Hayes 33, Edenton Walker 0
AA
1950 Hickory Ridgeview
1951 Nash County Training School 7, Hickory Ridgeview 6
1952 Salisbury Price 13, Tarboro Patillo 7
1956 Lexington Dunbar 6, Chapel Hill Lincoln 6
1957 Chapel Hill Lincoln 7, Lexington Dunbar 6
1958 Lexington Dunbar 32, Chapel Hill Lincoln 6
1959 Lexington Dunbar 20, Clinton 6
1960 Chapel Hill Lincoln 38, Hickory Ridgeview 8
1961 Chapel Hill Lincoln 22, Hickory Ridgeview 0
1962 Hickory Ridgeview 19, Edenton Walker 8
1963 Lexington Dunbar 24, Ahoskie R.L. Vann 6
1964 Hickory Ridgeview 16, Hamlet Monroe Avenue 0
1965 Perquimans County Union 34, Kannapolis Carver 0
1966 Trenton Jones 8, Kannapolis Carver 6
1968 Wake Forest DuBois 6, Sampson 6

 

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