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Prep Football

Jaynes, Greenman pace Pisgah
WAYNESVILLE — Now that Jonathan Crompton is a memory at Tuscola, there's no longer a debate to be had over which quarterback or football team rules Haywood County.
-Citizen Times

Reynolds crushes Owen
SWANNANOA — Reynolds' last trip to Shuford Field was a memorable one.
-Citizen Times

Black Hawks match last year's win total with victory over Mitchell
WEAVERVILLE — It may still be early in the 2005 high school football season, but watch out for North Buncombe.
-Citizen Times

Swain tops Enka
Video highlights from the Swain vs. Enka football game can be found in the web extras box on this page.
-Citizen Times

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Northern bounces back to beat Cary
Northern's Brandon Cuthrell looked ahead to his team's game against Cary as a chance to show up the Imps' super-hyped tailback, Josh Adams, right?
The Herald Sun

Hornets get a goal-line stand to beat E. Alamance
DURHAM -- The sparks flew at Blunt Stadium on Friday night, with Eastern Alamance and Hillside combining to score in almost every way imaginable.
-The Herald Sun

Roundup: Person stays perfect with help from Walker
HILLSBOROUGH -- Darnell Walker scored a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter to give Person all the offense it would need Friday night in a non-conference victory over Orange.
-The Herald Sun

North Gaston rolls over Cherryville
DALLAS — Usually, when you score 63 points to set a school record, the victory comes in a breeze.
-The Shelby Star

Point hammers Mountaineers, 41-14
KINGS MOUNTAIN — After passing for a school-record 243 yards and accounting for six touchdowns in South Point's 41-14 win over Kings Mountain on Friday, Tyler Lemons refused to take full credit.
-The Shelby Star

Burns erupts in 2nd half to throttle Warriors
LAWNDALE — Forget the first half, it was a glorified warm-up for the Burns Bulldogs Friday night.
-The Shelby Star

Golden Lions rout Ashbrook in first meeting
Sometimes it only takes a blink of the eye or the bounce of the ball to change a game situation fast.
-The Shelby Star

Cuthrell, Knights power past Imps
DURHAM - Just after Northern Durham senior running back Brandon Cuthrell scored a 2-yard touchdown with 3:43 remaining in the third quarter, he sat down contentedly on the Knights' bench next to quarterback Jordan Parker.
-The News&Observer Their front page recaps

Western Alamance slips past Williams
ELON -- It's Labor Day weekend and there's one unbeaten team left in Alamance County.
-The Online News-Record

Houston's running powers Butler
MATTHEWS - Going into Friday night's game, Butler and Vance knew the game's key would be Butler's bruising running back Ryan Houston.
-The Charlotte Observer

Defense holds for Cougars
If you didn't look at the scoreboard, you might've thought Charlotte Country Day was running away from Charlotte Catholic on Friday night in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Bucs Stadium.
-The Charlotte Observer

Eagles soar past W. Meck in 1st half
East Mecklenburg's Keon Williams threw two touchdown passes to Cedric Watts, and Mike Mayhew ran for two scores in a 27-7 victory at West Mecklenburg on Friday.
-The Charlotte Observer

West Forsyth nips Carver 22-21
Maurice Hughes connected with Trevon Long for a 6-yard touchdown pass on fourth down, and Jake Porter ran the ball in for the two-point conversion to lift West Forsyth to a dramatic 22-21 overtime win over Carver last night at Titan Stadium.
-The Winston-Salem Journal

Wardlow, Mount Tabor cruise
Quarterback passes for 335 yards, 3 TDs in 47-12 win over North Forsyth.
-The Winston-Salem Journal

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