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  1. How is Trey Robinson not on the NC Shrine Bowl roster? I understand he may not have the QB stats to make it as a QB but as a RB or Athlete, or DB/LB? its insane to have a kid of this caliber who leads WNC in career rushing, career TD and single season TD scored not on a roster with the state's best. This has to be a inadvertent oversight and not a purposeful omission on the part of the NC coaching staff. And this is a call to correct that oversight. Trey Robinson has been a force for Mountain Heritage football now for 4 years. With him as their starting QB, Mountain Heritage has went 41-12 over the past 4 years, and excluding the freshman campaign of 6-6 they are 35-6. The following accomplishments are indicative not only of Trey but of all his team-mates and their countless hours of hard work and dedication to Mountain Heritage football. Those kids deserve the right to have their efforts represented by Trey in this game. Trey Robinson: 2017 Attempts: 344 Yards: 3146 (1st in the State 4th in the Nation) YPC; 9.1 YPG; 224.7 Rushing TD: 45 (9th All time in NC) 12th in the Nation Points scored: 316 avg of 22.6 a game 1st in the State (5th in the Nation) Career-wise: Trey is the only player in NC history to rush for 8000 and pass for 4000 Broke Johnny Frasier's record of 50 points scored in a game with 52 vs Whiteville Career Attempts: 1117-3rd All time in NC Yards: 8552 -6th All time in NC Rushing TD: 109 -5th All time in NC behind McClendon, Parks, Hood and Henry Total Yardage: 12,933 3rd All time in NC behind Leak and Surratt Points Scored: 765 3rd All time in NC behind McClendon and Parks Touchdown Responsibility: 170 4th All time behind Surratt, Leak and McClendon -Passing-wise Trey was 42-91 for 851 yards 13 TD and 4 INT -Career Passing 231-485 4381 yards 61 TD 29 INT -Rushed for 100 or more yards in every game, 200 or more 8 times and 300 or more twice in 2017 for his career: 100 or more yards 43 times, 200 or more 10 times. 3rd all time in NC with 43 100 yard games behind Parks and Henry -Defensively Trey saw action in 16 quarters on the year (mostly in the playoffs and sparingly through-out the regular season) and recorded 60 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 4 INT and 10 pass break ups from the free safety position.
  2. How is Trey Robinson not on the NC Shrine Bowl roster? I understand he may not have the QB stats to make it as a QB but as a RB or Athlete, or DB/LB? its insane to have a kid of this caliber who leads WNC in career rushing, career TD and single season TD scored not on a roster with the state's best. This has to be a inadvertent oversight and not a purposeful omission on the part of the NC coaching staff. And this is a call to correct that oversight. Trey Robinson has been a force for Mountain Heritage football now for 4 years. With him as their starting QB, Mountain Heritage has went 41-12 over the past 4 years, and excluding the freshman campaign of 6-6 they are 35-6. The following accomplishments are indicative not only of Trey but of all his team-mates and their countless hours of hard work and dedication to Mountain Heritage football. Those kids deserve the right to have their efforts represented by Trey in this game. Trey Robinson: 2017 Attempts: 344 Yards: 3146 (1st in the State 4th in the Nation) YPC; 9.1 YPG; 224.7 Rushing TD: 45 (9th All time in NC) 12th in the Nation Points scored: 316 avg of 22.6 a game 1st in the State (5th in the Nation) Career-wise: Trey is the only player in NC history to rush for 8000 and pass for 4000 Broke Johnny Frasier's record of 50 points scored in a game with 52 vs Whiteville Career Attempts: 1117-3rd All time in NC Yards: 8552 -6th All time in NC Rushing TD: 109 -5th All time in NC behind McClendon, Parks, Hood and Henry Total Yardage: 12,933 3rd All time in NC behind Leak and Surratt Points Scored: 765 3rd All time in NC behind McClendon and Parks Touchdown Responsibility: 170 4th All time behind Surratt, Leak and McClendon -Passing-wise Trey was 42-91 for 851 yards 13 TD and 4 INT -Career Passing 231-485 4381 yards 61 TD 29 INT -Rushed for 100 or more yards in every game, 200 or more 8 times and 300 or more twice in 2017 for his career: 100 or more yards 43 times, 200 or more 10 times. 3rd all time in NC with 43 100 yard games behind Parks and Henry -Defensively Trey saw action in 16 quarters on the year (mostly in the playoffs and sparingly through-out the regular season) and recorded 60 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 4 INT and 10 pass break ups from the free safety position.
  3. Coaches, FNF Carolinas Magazine is compiling the annual season preview for publication this summer, To provide the most accurate preview information, we need help from coaches across the state. Please take a few moments to complete the online questionnaire at www.fnfmagazine.com. A PDF of the questionnaire is attached as well. Feel free to fax it to the number included on the document. Thank you for any assistance you can provide as we work to spotlight the athletes and high school programs in North Carolina and South Carolina. North-Carolina-2017-Coaches-Questionnaire.pdf
  4. Coaches, FNF Carolinas Magazine is compiling the annual season preview for publication this summer, To provide the most accurate preview information, we need help from coaches across the state. Please take a few moments to complete the online questionnaire at www.fnfmagazine.com. Thank you for any assistance you can provide as we work to spotlight the athletes and high school programs in North Carolina and South Carolina.
  5. Coaches, FNF Carolinas Magazine is compiling the annual season preview for publication this summer, To provide the most accurate preview information, we need help from coaches across the state. Please take a few moments to complete the online questionnaire at www.fnfmagazine.com. A PDF of the questionnaire is attached as well. Feel free to fax it to the number included on the document. Thank you for any assistance you can provide as we work to spotlight the athletes and high school programs in North Carolina and South Carolina. North-Carolina-2017-Coaches-Questionnaire.pdf
  6. Hello guys, I hope you are all excited about the upcoming 2016 high school football season, I know I am. I always get excited when the week of the N.C. Coaches Clinic comes around in late July and I can tell my good friend, Clayton Nance, former assistant coach at Greensboro Page H.S., "Happy New Year", when we customarily meet on the field prior to the East-West All-Star Game. Why "Happy New Year" in July? Because the start of the high school football season is like a new year of sorts. Similar to Opening Day in Major League Baseball, the start of the high school season, which customarily is celebrated on August 1st with the first days of practice, is a rebirth. A time when everything is fresh and new again, the uniforms are clean, the grass is at its greenest, and hopes are high for a big season! As you all have figured out by now, high school football is a major part of my life. So much so that I created this website for the sole intentions of promoting our great state, this sport in which I love, and creating a platform for our coaches, and athletes to shine. Starting this website back in 2007, I had no idea how it would change my life. Some aspects for the good, some aspects great, but others, not so much. I had no idea the challenges that I would face when it came to technical challenges. There wasn't really a playbook for things like hackers, database crashes, server crashes, or dealing with pesky and in some cases, damn-right rude patrons who's only mission in life it seemed was to crash the party for everyone else. Since starting this site, I have made some good friends, unfortunately a few enemies as well, but more than anything, I have been validated by my peers in the coaching fraternity about how much of an impact this little website has had on our sport. As many of you know, this website took a major step back on Saturday, November 7th of 2015. Jim West and myself were hard at work entering scores into the database in the early morning hours when the website crashed and chaos ensued for the next 48-72 hours. I didn't know what had happened, or what to do. I was scurrying calling everyone I knew, trying to talk to support personnel at our server host, and any friends I had in the web design business. This was one of the lowest points in my life. The one thing I loved dear had almost slipped away. There was a moment in time where I almost threw my arms up and threw in the towel and gave up. It was heartbreaking and depressing. Fortunately after frantically meeting with my close friend Ed Conway, he was able to help find some of the lost data and at least get me back on my feet again. It was at that moment that I knew I had to do something to solidify this website. I contacted my most trusted web design/developer and formulated a plan to build a new Carolina Preps. It was going to be costly, in fact I haven't even had to make the first payment as of yet, but it was a necessary evil to bring this site that brings so much joy to many people, back to life. The first obstacles have been crossed, the team pages are back up to 100% working capacity (minus a header and menu bar, which is coming soon), but at least the schedules are up and the data is faster! It is my hopes that we can debut a new, more fluid front page in the coming days. The goal was to get this new front-page out by the first game of the season, but it's possible that it will be a few days/weeks late. Oh well, delays happen. Once the new front page is fixed, I have a plan to completely rebuild the message forums we're using today to a more custom software that will flow more easier with the front page and team pages. When it's all said and done, CarolinaPreps will be back to 100% working order and look fresher, be faster, and be better than ever. I have a great plan and vision for this site and hope to be able to continue pushing it forward in the many years to come. I want to thank you all for your support, patience, but more than anything, thank you for your passion for high school football, and for helping put our state front and center and pushing to make youth sports better in this state.
  7. There is a 7on7 tomorrow (6/28) at Jay M. Robinson beginning at 10am. Not sure what teams will be in attendance.
  8. FHS1985

    NCBCA all district teams

    The North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association has announced their all district teams for 2015-16: Mens Womens For District 10 Women Freedom's Ariyana Williams was named player of the year, while Amber Reddick was named coach of the year. Freedom placed four players on the District 10 list for first, second and third teams-Williams, Lindsey Adams, Amaryah Corpening and Madison Ervin.
  9. Let me take this opportunity to apologize for the multiple service outages over the past few months. I can assure you that owning a site, maintaining a server, and keeping a site up and running is hard work, and that's not even accounting for the actual time it takes to generate content and actually run the football side of Carolina Preps. With that said, it looks like we've finally found the culprit to the problems. Here's the backstory. A few months ago, the website was infected by some hackers from Eastern Europe. The hack job was so bad that it completely deleted the team pages portion of Carolina Preps that was designed and built in 1999. These pages contain over 15 years of manually entered data and is the backbone of this site. Only a few close friends and associates even knew this, but I was very close to shutting down the entire operation when it looked like the data wouldn't be recoverd. It cost me a considerable amount of time, money, and effort to fix the issues. Just when we thought we had things under control, we start experiencing a growing number of outages, database errors, and peculiar problems popping up. What was just found was essentially a tumor growing on the server, an 82 GB file was left to grow and take up useless space. Hopefully we'll be back to a normal operation and for once I can focus on football and not worrying if the site will crash.
  10. Let me take this opportunity to apologize for the multiple service outages over the past few months. I can assure you that owning a site, maintaining a server, and keeping a site up and running is hard work, and that's not even accounting for the actual time it takes to generate content and actually run the football side of Carolina Preps. With that said, it looks like we've finally found the culprit to the problems. Here's the backstory. A few months ago, the website was infected by some hackers from Eastern Europe. The hack job was so bad that it completely deleted the team pages portion of Carolina Preps that was designed and built in 1999. These pages contain over 15 years of manually entered data and is the backbone of this site. Only a few close friends and associates even knew this, but I was very close to shutting down the entire operation when it looked like the data wouldn't be recoverd. It cost me a considerable amount of time, money, and effort to fix the issues. Just when we thought we had things under control, we start experiencing a growing number of outages, database errors, and peculiar problems popping up. What was just found was essentially a tumor growing on the server, an 82 GB file was left to grow and take up useless space. Hopefully we'll be back to a normal operation and for once I can focus on football and not worrying if the site will crash.
  11. NCHSAA Board acted today and one item is to institute a mercy rule for football and basketball. in games where a 42 point differential is reached by halftime or at any point thereafter, there will be a running clock (stops only for scores or timeouts called) or the game may be mutually terminated.
  12. Charlotte Observer announces today that Concord-based state legislator Fletcher Hartsell is part of a group of politicians that introduced a bill that would allow youngsters to attend any NC public school they want. People, we need to get out and vote in the primary and the general elections this fall. This crowd we have in Raleigh now seems to be doing everything they can to undermine public education. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/04/30/4876367/nc-bill-would-let-students-attend.html#.U2LoJFdM7q1
  13. Here are the results for the Eastern Alamance Shrine Bowl Combine. http://shrine-bowl.com/eastern-alamance-combine-results/
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