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  1. After a poor showing last I'm trying this again. Several good games this highlight some of the surprises this season. West at North Buncombe and Owen at North Henderson for example. Robbinsville looks to continue rolling by hosting surprising Rabun Gap. Is this the week Enka gets a rare WMC win? I think so. Game of the Week: Christ School at Murphy, 24-23 Can the Greenies knock off the defending 1A champs or will the Bulldogs keep rolling along. If Murphy can stop the air attack of Christ School and find a way to move ball against a tough defense it will be a good game. Camden Military Academy at Asheville School, 24-17 Erwin at Reynolds, 35-10 Enka at Tuscola, 21-20 Upset Special West Henderson at North Buncombe, 35-32 Owen at North Henderson, 38-8 Roberson at Asheville, 41-20 Brevard at Madison, 38-7 Newton Conover at Hendersonville, 31-30 Mountain Heritage at Stuart Cramer, 24-21 Andrews at North Georgia, 21-17 Asheville Gladiators at Cherokee, 28-14 Hayesville at Lookout Valley, 14-12 Mitchell at McDowell, 38-10 Swain at Franklin, 28-20 Rabun Gap-Nacoochee at Robbinsville, 28-27 East Henderson at Chase, 24-10 Rosman at Smoky Mountain, 42-10 North Wilkes at Avery, 38-14
  2. Paul Graham

    WNC Ranking

    After three weeks of play, we have a better idea of how teams actually are. Some are surprising, some are underachieving and some are right where you expect them to be. I personally prefer to rank the public schools in WNC but since Christ School has been playing public schools for a couple of years I guess I have to rank them. I am sure this will raise some eyebrows and some tempers but here goes. 1. Christ School 2-0 2. Murphy 3-0 3. Heritage 2-0 4. Mitchell 3-0 5. AC Reynolds 1-2 6. Robbinsville 3-0 7. W. Henderson 3-0 8. Swain 3-0 9. N. Buncombe 3-0 10. Hendersonville 2-1 11. Pisgah 2-1 12. Polk 3-0 13. Brevard 2-1 14. Avery 2-1 15. Smoky Mtn 1-2 16. Asheville 1-2 17. Owen 1-1 18. Hayesville 2-1 19. E. Henderson 1-2 20.McDowell 1-2 21. Enka 1-2 22. Rosman 1-2 23. Andrews 1-1 24. Tuscola 0-2 25. N. Henderson 0-2 26. Erwin 0-3 27. Franklin 0-3 28. TC Roberson 0-3 29. Madison 0-3 30. Cherokee 0-3
  3. Friday, Sept. 6 - Week 3 After a good week 2 we jump right into the big game. Pisgah at Tuscola (or the 50/50 Showdown) happens this week in Hazelwood. Can Tuscola get off the snide and break Pisgah's 6-game winning streak? Can Pisgah continue to be the face of the MTN6? Will the Big T club beat Pisgah's 50/50 record this season? It should be a dandy. Pisgah leads the all-time series 28-26-1. Game Of The Week: Pisgah at Tuscola Pisgah 31-20 AS for the rest of the weeks games, there are some good ones. Perhaps the best game in WNC will be in Weaverville as Avery County makes the trip from the High Country to face the red hot Black Hawks. Avery is averaging 52 points per game while North Buncombe is putting up a brisk 61. The Viking are allowing 19.50 and North is giving up only 10. This very well could be a massive shoot out. Another interesting game is Erwin at Robbinsville. The Black Knights are undefeated and coming off a controversial game, while Erwin is chomping at the bit for a win. Here are the weeks games, pick em and lets see how you fare. Murphy at Georgia Force: 49-7 Asheville Saints at Asheville School: 38-6 Swain at Enka: 36-10 Avery County at North Buncombe: 42-38 Reynolds at Owen 42-24 Roberson at Kings Mountain: 36-14 West Henderson at East Henderson: 38-7 Rosman at Madison: 10-8 Hendersonville at Asheville: 31-30 Brevard at East Rutherford: 28-12 Smoky Mountain at Cherokee: 40-3 Trinity Academy at Mitchell: 56-7 RS Central at Polk County: 24-6 Rabun Gap-Nacoochee at Franklin: 18-15 McDowell at Patton: 31-20 Hayesville at Tellico Plains: 28-17 Robbinsville at Erwin: 36-27
  4. Here are some scores from Saturday night, which included a few upsets! Havelock 34, Panther Creek 14 This is a really good bounce-back win for the Rams over a really good Panther Creek team. Millbrook 34, Garner 29 This would certainly go down as an upset, but it's a really strong win for Millbrook to get back on track after a few close losses. Rolesville 49, East Wake 7 The Rams are now 3-0 since Martin Samek arrived on campus. They were on the verge of doing good things last year, but this veteran team could be among the surprise top teams from the East. Tarboro 52, Northern Nash 6 Not a surprising result here as the Vikings continue to roll through everyone on their schedule. Wakefield 41, Apex Friendship 14 The outcome is surprising to me, or at least the spread. Both of these teams are pretty strong this season, but this is a good statement win for James Ward's squad. Rocky Mount 50, Hertford County 33 Rocky Mount improves to 2-1 after their rain-shortened season opening loss to Tarboro. This is two quality wins in a row for the Gryphons, but in the Eastern 2A scope, don't overlook Hertford, they are really good too. Knightdale 56, South Garner 0 This Knightdale team is for real, so keep a close eye on them. In three weeks they play Grimsley, a game where both teams could be undefeated. Southern Durham 27, Hillside 25 This is a rivalry game, and one with two really talented teams, but I have to admit that I am very surprised by the finish. Hillside was firmly planted in the 4A Top-20 so this is a huge victory for Southern. Overhills 41, Western Harnett 12 Overhills advances to 3-0 with this victory over previously undefeated Western. I think we'll get a better gauge of how good the Jags are next week when they face Pine Forest. Harrell Christian 49, Southlake Christian 12 Another huge victory for Jason Arnette's squad to improve to 3-0, it gets real for them this week when they face private school powerhouse Trinity Christian out of Fayetteville. Fayetteville Christian 38, John Paul Catholic 22 Warriors improve to 1-1, but give this John Paul Catholic team some time, and I think they'll be one of the dominant private school teams in Eastern NC. Northwest Halifax vs. Southeast Halifax This game has been cancelled, but they play again later this season in a conference game.
  5. A nice schedule this week for all you fanatics and the casual fan. Several teams looking to bounce back with wins and they should get them. No real surprises this week other than West upsetting Hendersonville. The Annual Battle of Nations will go to the home this year as Cherokee has fallen off. I am curious to see if Avery and Hayesville continue last weeks success. Both of those teams winning makes their conferences better. Post your picks and good luck guys. Friday, Aug. 30 - Week 2 Murphy at Franklin 31-17 Asheville School at Oakbrook Prep 31-14 Erwin at Mountain Heritage 34-20 Enka at Pisgah 41-17 North Buncombe at Madison 49-7 Reynolds at Shelby 28-24 Game of the Week Crest at Roberson 38-10 East Henderson at North Henderson 24-17 Hendersonville at West Henderson 28-26 Upset Alert Asheville at Burns 18-14 Carolina Gladiators at Andrews 28-10 Rosman at Brevard 42-10 Cherokee at Choctaw Central 21-7 Cannon at Mitchell 49-14 Polk County at North Gaston 24-21 Tuscola at Rhea County 31-14 East Burke at McDowell 18-14 Robbinsville at Life Christian 28-7 Smoky Mountain at Swain 24-22 West Wilkes at Avery 42-24 Cooper Basin at Hayesville 28-27
  6. The Saints from John Paul II started their football history with a bang on Thursday night, beating Community Christian 68-8. http://www.reflector.com/High-Schools/2019/08/30/Saints-win-big-in-debut.html
  7. Well its finally time. Here are games for this week in WNC. jump in and pick your games and lets get this season started with a bang. Pisgah at Murphy, 7 p.m. 33-31 Winston-Salem Prep at Asheville School, 7 p.m. 29-24 Mitchell at Erwin 38-30 Enka at Rosman 27-10 Patton at North Buncombe 21-20 Owen at East Henderson 27-14 East Forsyth at Reynolds 31-21 Roberson at Watauga 42-20 North Henderson at Hendersonville 38-12 East Rutherford at West Henderson 24-21 Madison at Carver 28-20 Franklin at Asheville 21-20 Andrews at Trinity Academy 34-14 Brevard at Mountain Heritage 30-23 Cherokee at Polk County 28-7 McDowell at R.S. Central 27-10 Hayesville at Towns County 24-23 Robbinsville at Smoky Mountain 28-27 Ashe County at Avery County 31-20 Life Christian @ Swain 49-10
  8. Charlotte Christian, on Friday, August 30, will be hosting Valor Christian. Valor Christian is out of Highland Ranch, CO. They are on a 14 game winning streak and are the defending CHSAA, Class 5A state champs. They are coached by Ed McCafferey, father of Panthers running back Christian McCafferey. Christian is currently on a 21 game winning streak and are the two time defending North Carolina Independent Schools, Division 1 champions.
  9. Looks like after a 1 year hiatus, Word of God will field a team again this fall. As of right now they have 3 games scheduled, 1 against an 8 man team (Community Christian) and 2 against traditional 11 man teams. Hopefully they have a staff that will bring it back strong and keep it going, had some rough years the past few before dropping football in 2018.
  10. With the cancellation of Village Christians 2019 football season, the NCISAA is adjusting up to 11 teams schedules. We will update as soon as they are finalized
  11. https://www.fayobserver.com/sports/20190610/fayetteville-christian-football-coach-resigns
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