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New Hanover topples A.C. Reynolds 27-17 to claim fourth state title

DURHAM – In a back-and-forth affair that saw the lead change hands five times, New Hanover got the better of A.C. Reynolds, 27-17, capturing the school’s fourth NCHSAA State Championship in football. Both teams exhibited great balance offensively, with A.C. Reynolds slightly outgaining the Wildcats 353-330 in the game. Wiz …

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Harding claims their third title with 30-22 victory over Scotland

WINSTON-SALEM – Harding racked up 400 yards of total offense and held on to beat Scotland County 30-22 in the 4A State Championship game at BB&T Field. The Rams claimed the school’s third championship, and first since 1953. Scotland opened the scoring as Warren Bell cracked the goal line from …

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Wake Forest takes second straight crown with 21-0 win over Mallard Creek

WINSTON-SALEM – The Wake Forest Cougars captured their second straight championship with a 21-0 victory over Mallard Creek in the 4AA Championship game at BB&T Field. The Cougars defense was stifling again this year in the final holding Mallard Creek to just 112 yards of total offense. Devon Lawrence powered …

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Hibriten nabs first title with a hard-fought 16-14 win over East Duplin

CHAPEL HILL – Hibriten slugged their way to a 16-14 victory over East Duplin in the first football State Championship appearance, claiming the school’s first title. Hibriten used a bend but don’t break defense and a great game from their punter to bend the field position and the game in …

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After Week-9, the Top-25 Power Rankings starting to provide the road map for the Championships

We’re now just past the halfway point to the NCHSAA state championships which will be held in early December, and now more than ever, we’re starting to get a clearer picture as to who the major contenders are and which underdogs might be in the best position to   steal …

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Practice Tour: Tiesuan Brown to start next chapter at Mount Tabor

WINSTON-SALEM – Tiesuan Brown is no stranger to the inner workings of the Mount Tabor football program, a 1999 graduate of the school, he’s spent the past several years as an understudy learning from former head coach Laymarr Marshall, and previously playing for the patriarch of the program, Bob Sapp. …

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