105th NCHSAA State Football Championship Weekend

Here are the locations and kickoff times for this week’s NCHSAA State Football Championships.

Times by Classification:

1A – Duke University (Brooks Field at Wallace-Wade Stadium)

  • Pamlico County High School vs Murphy High School
    • Saturday – 3:00pm

 

1AA – NC State University (Carter-Finley Stadium)

  • Tarboro High School vs East Surry High School
    • Saturday – 6:00pm

 

2A – NC State University (Carter-Finley Stadium)

  • Northeastern High School vs Reidsville High School
    • Saturday – 11:00am

 

2AA – NC State University (Carter-Finley Stadium)

  • North Davidson High School vs Shelby High School
    • Saturday – 2:30pm

 

3A – UNC-Chapel Hill (Kenan Stadium)

  • Jacksonville High School vs Charlotte Catholic High School
    • Saturday – 11:00am

 

3AA – UNC-Chapel Hill (Kenan Stadium)

  • Southeast Guilford High School vs Weddington High School
    • Friday – 7:30pm

 

4A – Duke University (Brooks Field at Wallace-Wade Stadium)

  • Scotland County High School vs East Forsyth High School
    • Saturday – 7:00pm

 

4AA – Duke University (Brooks Field at Wallace-Wade Stadium)

  • Wake Forest High School vs Vance High School
    • Friday – 7:30pm

 

Times by Venue:

 

NC State University

  • 11:00 AM (SAT) – Northeastern High School vs Reidsville High School (2A)
  • 2:30 PM (SAT) – North Davidson High School vs Shelby High School (2AA)
  • 6:00 PM (SAT) – Tarboro High School vs East Surry High School (1AA)

 

UNC-Chapel Hill

  • 7:30 PM (FRI) – Southeast Guilford High School vs Weddington High School (3AA)
  • 11:00 AM (SAT)– Jacksonville High School vs Charlotte Catholic High School (3A)

 

Duke University

  • 7:30 PM (FRI) – Wake Forest High School vs Vance High School (4AA)
  • 3:00 PM (SAT) – Pamlico County High School vs Murphy High School (1A)
  • 7:00 PM (SAT) – Scotland County High School vs East Forsyth High School (4A)

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