Thursday's Links

Today's Prep links from around the 'net...

Prep Football

Only two area players named to Shrine Bowl
Each Saturday morning, Ross Shaffer picks up the newspaper to read about his handiwork. But Shaffer's name is rarely in print.
- Asheville Citizen-Times

Shrine Bowl lineups posted
Independence's Cox, Massaquoi on N.C. team for Dec. 18 game
- Charlotte Observer

East Duplin battling for spot
Five weeks ago, East Duplin was unbeaten and a contender for the East Central 2A title in high school football.
- Wilmington Star-News

Belviy packs quite a punch
New Bern's Joey Belviy certainly isn't the biggest defensive end to ever play the game, but the effort and statistics he puts forth dwarfs others.
- New Bern Sun Journal

Hardesty, Williams make Shrine team
New Bern's Montario Hardesty and Julian Williams will play in the 2004 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, which pits the best high school players from North Carolina against the top high school players from South Carolina.
- New Bern Sun Journal

9 area players make Shrine Bowl
Nine senior football players from Northwest North Carolina - including two each from Davie County, Glenn and Parkland - have been selected to play in the annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
- Winston-Salem Journal

North Star: Senior Scott has been catalyst for Vikings
North Forsyth's Jason Scott showed what kind of teammate he is on one play late last season.
- Winston-Salem Journal

Football Checklist
- Winston-Salem Journal

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Area High School Notebook
- Charlotte Observer

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