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Asheville survives scare
REYNOLDS — Denying Asheville High's potent offense from the end zone for three quarters provided a small moral victory for Reynolds.
-Citizen Times

Warhorses turn it on in second half
ASHEVILLE — Playing its season-opening game on the road at Erwin's Kerr Stadium, favored Owen's impressive second half performance made sure the Warriors didn't turn their debut under the Friday night lights into the Friday night frights.
-Citizen Times

Back at home, Pisgah routs Enka
CANTON — A traffic jam tied up the road a half-mile away and an hour before the game. Red-and-black clad fans spilled out of the home stands and lined the fences that surround Canton Memorial Stadium.
-Citizen Times

Northern falls in double OT
Northern and Greensboro Grimsley were nearly mirror images Friday night.
-The Herald Sun

Southern Vance throttles sloppy South Granville
CREEDMOOR -- What started out as a back-and-forth battle between South Granville and Southern Vance on Friday soon turned so one-sided that a few of the visiting Southern Vance players actually walked off the field chanting, "Our field, our field."
-The Herald Sun

Jordan shakes off tricky Green Hope
Senior Stephen Thornton ran for 118 yards on 20 carries and scored on a 9-yard touchdown run with 1:08 left Friday night to seal Jordan's 24-14 victory over Morrisville Green Hope.
-The Herald Sun

Chargers score early to frustrate rival Burns
LAWNDALE — You could describe the season-opening contest between Crest and Burns in a lot of ways.
-The Shelby Star

Warriors' defense makes the plays
East Wake's defense will gladly take all the hits, the blitzes, the sacks, the tipped balls and the broken plays that came in a 16-6 high school football victory over Wake Forest-Rolesville on Friday night at Johnny Sasser Field.
-The News&Observer

Game Summaries
Grimsley 21; N. Durham 20, Raleigh Area Results here.
-The News&Observer

Surprise: Ragsdale downs Central
JAMESTOWN -- Big plays in the second half made the difference for Ragsdale on Friday, and the Tigers defeated High Point Central 33-26.
-The online News-Record

Catholic continues charge
Charlotte Catholic coach Jim Oddo stood on his field Friday night, the scoreboard showing his 3A Cougars had upset 4A Myers Park 45-34 in one of the wildest games of his 38-year career.
-The Charlotte Observer

Bulldogs cash in on payback
HUNTERSVILLE - Butler didn't need much motivation Friday in a 24-6 victory against North Mecklenburg. The Bulldogs have been carrying it around for months.
-The Charlotte Observer

W. Charlotte finds its playmakers
West Charlotte High coach Pete Gilchrist has been looking for game-changers the past couple of years.
-The Charlotte Observer

New Bern overpowers Vikes, 50-0
It was an omen of things to come when New Bern recovered a fumble by White Oak's Marcus Meadows in the first 11 seconds of play Friday night, and things didn't improve for the Vikings as the Bears went on to shut out White Oak, 50-0, in a non-conference contest.
-The Jacksonville Daily Jacksonville Daily's main page

Union trouble
TRENTON - Union's Alfred Williams dominated Jones Senior's defense Friday night - and he did most of it in the first half. By the end of the second quarter...
-The New Bern Sun Journal

Hackett leads Carver's rout of Atkins
Coach Michael Winbush of Atkins came away from last night's 47-0 loss looking at positives.
-The Winston-Salem JOurnal

Mount Tabor wallops Reagan
Coach Greg King of Reagan said that win, lose or draw, his team was going to be creating records and making history last night in its inaugural game.
-The Winston-Salem Journal Winston-Salem's Main page

Pass plays lift South View past Seventy-First, 21-12
HOPE MILLS - South View's Tigers were fading against Seventy-First on Friday night, and the news couldn't have been worse for the visiting Falcons.
-The Fayetteville Online The Fayetteville's Online main page

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