LIVE SCOREBOARD

Under the Lights on Friday Nights

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The Radio Free Cabarrus crew will be covering several games in person and reporting scores from many others. Shaked Bar-Tal will be at Forest Hills for the Rocky River Conference match-up with Mt. Pleasant. John Voncannon will report from the Battle for Kannapolis with A.L. Brown at Northwest Cabarrus. Henry Hutton will be doing double duty, covering the Hickory Ridge at Butler for the Independent Tribune and checking in with RFC gang. Chris Hudson will report live from Concord at Central Cabarrus. Perry Gabriel and Mark Plemmons will host the program live from the Cox Mill at Jay M. Robinson game.

You can join in as well. Call or text 704-490-3715. Under the Lights on Friday Nights will be live from 7 to 10 p.m.

Our friends at Memories 98.3 and WTIX-AM will be broadcasting Hickory Ridge at Butler. Join Ken Anderson and Coach Soupy Campbell for the call.

A look back at Jay M. Robinson at Concord by Todd Maulden

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College football

Davidson Wildcats

 

Charlotte 49ers

 

Coming up Saturday

Dayton at Davidson 1 p.m.

UAB at Charlotte 6:30 p.m.

Conference battles

Rocky River Conference: Anson at Mt. Pleasant

Listen to live play by play with Shaked Bar-Tal and Perry Gabriel calling the action beginning with the pregame at 7:15 p.m.

South Piedmont Conference: Jay M. Robinson at Concord

John Voncannon calls the action from Concord’s Robert C. Bailey Stadium. The pregame begins at 7:15 p.m.

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Independent Tribune’s weekly coach’s shows

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday doubleheader

Live Cabarrus County high school football on Radio Free Cabarrus.

Rocky River at Hickory Ridge

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Concord at Cox Mill

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Last week

Hickory Ridge beat Garinger 45-0 to move to 2-0 in conference play. The game was played Friday, Sept. 29, 2017.

Friday night football

Radio Free Cabarrus is broadcasting two game for Friday, Sept. 29. Links to the broadcasts are below.

Garinger at Hickory Ridge

John Voncannon and Chris Hudson call the action from Harrisburg. The pregame will begin at 7 p.m.

West Stanly at Jay M. Robinson

Mark Plemmons calls this action on this audio only broadcast. The game is being videotaped for replay later on Cabarrus County Schools Channel 21. Pregame is set for 7:15 p.m.

North Iredell at Northwest Cabarrus

Ken Anderson and Coach Soupy Campbell call this game on Memories 98.3 FM and WTIX-AM 1410.

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Doubleheader Friday

 

West Rowan at Concord

John Voncannon and Perry Gabriel call the action in this non-conference match-up.

Jay M. Robinson at Mt. Pleasant

Shaked Bar-Tal, Chris Hudson and Mark Plemmons will call the action. It will be an audio only broadcast. The game is being taped for replay on the Educational Channel 21 later. They will be following scores on other games too.
Memories 98.3 is also broadcasting the game with Ken Anderson and Coach Soupy Campbell.

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Under the Lights on Friday Nights

North Mecklenburg at Cox Mill

 Join Shaked Bar-Tal, Perry Gabriel and Mark Plemmons as they broadcast the game and keep you up to date on scores from around the area.
The broadcast begins at 7 p.m. with kickoff scheduled at 7:30 p.m.
Other games Friday include:
A.L. Brown at West Rowan
Mt. Pleasant at East Rowan
Jay M. Robinson at Anson County
Christ The King at Southlake Christian

News from one of our sponsors

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Carolina Renaissance Festival Returns – A Great Fall Destination!
 When searching for signs of autumn’s arrival one need look no further than the return of the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival.  As sure as the changing color of the leaves, for eight consecutive weekends starting September 30 and through November 19, the Carolina Renaissance Festival brings a big dose of cheer, trumpet fanfare, clashing armor and giant roasted turkey legs.
During the medieval times, fall was the Harvest Season celebrated by festivals and fairs.  This rings true as each Renaissance Festival day is filled with a bounty of attractions appropriate for all age groups.
Village purveyors offer an endless feast of bread bowl stews, premium meats on sticks, sweet treats and confections, and a favorite of all renaissance wanderers: a bag of cinnamon-roasted almonds!  Festival pubs offer variety of Pepsi products, craft beer, wine, champagne, ale, honey mead, lemonade and Medieval Margaritas to compliment the day-long feast of hearty foods fit for royalty! New to the menu this season is Bronn’s Dragon Chop – a giant smoked pork chop that is sure to rival the Festival’s signature Turkey Leg and is named in honor of a popular character on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Twelve stages offer an abundance of costumed performers offering continuous music, dance, comedy, and circus entertainments.
Unbalanced acrobats, the Ancient Art of Falconry, and the popular jousting tournament with horse mounted armored knights are all examples of the continuous entertainment options offered. Many of the shows are spontaneous and you will never know what happens next, on stage or off.
Shop an extensive array of craft vendors offering home décor, jewelry, clothing of renaissance and medieval fashion, blown and torched glass, handmade art and pottery.  There are also activities for children of all ages that include people powered amusement rides and countryside faire games such as the castle climbing wall, archery and tomato tossing at a fool.
In addition to returning favorites like the Tortuga Twins, Hey Nunnie Nunnie, Barely Balanced and Don Juan & Miguel, each year the Carolina Renaissance Festival adds new entertainments for visitor enjoyment. New for 2017 is The CRAIC Show (pronounced CRACK).  A self-proclaimed theatrical “Heavy Medieval” rock group that features roguish vocals, rhythmic mandolin, ancient style violin, huge wooden drums and blaring bagpipes. They play songs from all over the world that date from the 900s to the 1800s.  They are a high energy & wildly entertaining band that performs a sound that is unlike any other!
The 24th Carolina Renaissance Festival – where imagination, fantasy, and history burst to life.  A place where adults can feel and act like children while children are treated as royalty.  A magical realm where you will forget about your daily cares and enjoy the magic of a simpler time and place.  A time traveling escape like no other!
WHEN YOU GO:
What: The 24th annual Carolina Renaissance Festival.
Where: North of Charlotte between Concord and Huntersville. The Festival is located on Highway 73 at Poplar Tent Road (between I-77 and I-85).
When: Eight consecutive weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, from September 30th through November 19th,The Festival runs from 10:00 AM until 5:30 PM, rain or shine.
Advance Discount Tickets: $24 for adults, $14 for kids ages 5-12; available at Harris Teeter Stores region wide. Tickets purchased at the gate are $1 more, or print your own online at carolina.renfestinfo.com. Seniors ages 60 and over and Military personnel (with valid ID) enjoy discount tickets at the gate with adults at $22 and $12 for children ages 5 – 12.  Children under 5 are always free. Parking is free courtesy of Harris Teeter.
Event Sponsors: Harris Teeter, Pepsi, & the Charlotte Observer.  Additional sponsors include: Sunbelt Rentals, Diamond Springs, Carolinas HealthCare System, Visit Lake Norman, Chick-Fil-A, Valpak, AAA of the Carolinas, Autobell Carwash, Jersey Mike’s, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Fluent Language Solutions, Hampton Inn & Suites – Charlotte/Huntersville, Apex Technology, Halloween Express, and Charlotte Playsets.
Information: Online at carolina.renfestinfo.com, or call (704) 896-5544, toll free (877) 896-5544.

Central Cabarrus versus East Rowan video

Here is the replay of Central Cabarrus’ game with East Rowan.

This week’s Game of the Week will be live from Cox Mill as the Chargers battle North Mecklenburg.

Monday Night Football

Parkwood at Cox Mill

Mark Plemmons and Shaked Bar-Tal call the action.

Also Monday
Central Cabarrus at Mt. Pleasant (broadcast on Memories 98.3 FM, WTIX)

Back to Friday night football

Jay M. Robinson at Hickory Ridge

John Voncannon and Chris Hudson call the action from Harrisburg. The Ragin’ Bulls come in with a 2-0, while the Bulldogs are 1-1. The game has been moved back to Friday at 7:30 p.m. weather permitting.

Central Cabarrus at Mt. Pleasant and Parkwood at Cox Mill have been moved to Monday night.

Thursday scores
A.L. Brown 50 Jesse Carson 0
Hough 28 Concord 14
Below are some Todd Maulden’s  photos from Week 1.