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Prep Football

Rams' defense puts on clinic for Reynolds
SKYLAND — For years, Reynolds' football team built a statewide reputation and won two state titles on the strength of its defense.
-Citizen Times

Angram breaks county record in Eagles' win
BLACK MOUNTAIN — Every single step Michael Angram planted into Shuford Field's grass felt redeeming.
-Citizen Times

Pisgah erases 21-point deficit against N. Buncombe
CANTON — The first quarter of Friday night's showdown between North Buncombe and Pisgah had the visiting Black Hawks' fans thinking upset.
-Citizen Times

Southern Vance tops city rival Northern Vance
HENDERSON -- For most of the first half of Friday night's "Optimist Bowl," Southern Vance coach David Jennings could be excused for feeling downright pessimistic about his team's play.
-The Herald Sun

Northern's rally falls short against Millbrook
RALEIGH -- Football coaches often say that speed kills, but neither a sprinter doubling as a wide receiver nor the most fleet-footed running back hurt Northern Friday night in Raleigh.
-The Herald Sun

Garner's defense dominates
GARNER -- Garner, faced with a potent aerial offense it hadn't seen yet, looked to its defense.
-The News&Observer

The News&Observer Game Recaps Myers Park cashing in after 'reality check'
Getting humbled worked for the Myers Park defense.
-The Charlotte Observer

Stallions defeat White Oak, 20-3
Southwest survived a lethargic first half and a physical White Oak effort Friday night to emerge with a 20-3 victory in a non-conference football game at WOHS.
-The Jacksonville Daily

The Jacksonville's Game summaries Mount Tabor edges Parkland 34-29
The Mount Tabor-Parkland football game actually equaled the pre-game hype.
-The Winston-Salem Journal

Glenn grinds out 13-6 victory over North Forsyth
Undefeated Glenn controlled the pace from the opening kick and went on to a 13-6 nonconference victory over winless North Forsyth last night.
-The Winston-Salem Journal


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