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Prep Football


High School results
- Raleigh News & Observer

Middle Creek advances
It has been more than 10 years since Middle Creek coach Anthony Barbour last laced up his football cleats and danced around opposing defenses as an N.C. State running back.
- Raleigh News & Observer

Parker, Bell power Knights over Eagles
Jordan Parker connected with Marcus Bell for two touchdown passes to help lead the Northern Durham Knights to a 23-15 victory over the Fayetteville Byrd Eagles on Saturday night in the first round of the 4-A NCHSAA playoffs.
- Raleigh News & Observer

South View eliminates Southeast Raleigh
South View remained undefeated as it shut out Southeast Raleigh in the first round of the Class 4-AA East playoffs.
- Raleigh News & Observer

South View eliminates Southeast Raleigh
South View remained undefeated as it shut out Southeast Raleigh in the first round of the Class 4-AA East playoffs.
- Raleigh News & Observer

Providence, Olympic eliminated
Jevontay Crockett scored on a 14-yard run to bring Olympic within 7-6 in the first quarter, but host Alexander Central scored 10 unanswered points in the second half to win 17-6 on Saturday.
- Charlotte Observer

Ashley still glowing after playoff win
After Ashley's historic 30-7 rout of Havelock Friday night in the opening round of the state 4A high school football playoffs, Screaming Eagles coach Dylan Dimock wore a perpetual grin on his face.
- Wilmington Star News

Trask falls in football playoffs
Trask's first football playoff victory will have to wait at least one more year.
- Wilmington Star News

Towarnicky throws 3 TDs to lead Bears over Enloe
New Bern quarterback David Towarnicky threw three touchdown passes and Monterio Hardesty rushed for 177 yards to lead the Bears to a convincing 39-6 win over Enloe Saturday night.
- New Bern Sun Journal

Pamlico runs over the Jets
As passing storms soaked Jeff Cowell Memorial Stadium with buckets of rain Friday night, Pamlico County was brewing a tempest of its own.
- New Bern Sun Journal

West Craven has no trouble with No. 15 seed Orange
About the only thing that was able to keep West Craven's offense out of the endzone was the clock.
- New Bern Sun Journal

Ashley gets revenge, hands Havelock first-round exit
Havelock may have bested Ashley in the regular season, but the Screaming Eagles got the most important one - a first round playoff victory to advance to the second round of the 4-A playoffs and bounce Havelock from postseason play.
- New Bern Sun Journal

Mount Tabor rips West Forsyth
When the dust had settled - and all the penalty flags had been picked up off the field - Mount Tabor owned a lopsided 47-7 win over West Forsyth in a first-round game of the Class 4-AA playoffs last night.
- Winston-Salem Journal

Prep Sports Roundup
- Winston-Salem Journal

Carver runs away from R-S Central
In a second half that Coach Keith Wilkes called Carver's most important half of the season, his team scored 24 unanswered points to top Rutherfordton-Spindale Central 38-14 last night in the first round of the NCHSAA Class 3-A playoffs.
- Winston-Salem Journal

Relaxed Wardlow leads Mustangs to victory over East Rowan
Antonio Wardlow said that it was a relief to finally have all the college coaches who have been recruiting him finally quit hounding him.
- Winston-Salem Journal


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