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Tournament Time

Post season conference tournaments are under way and Radio Free Cabarrus/485 Sports will be broadcasting several games this week on NFHS Network. Here are some of the games:

Tuesday, Feb. 19, South Piedmont Conference semi-finals

Jay M. Robinson versus Cox Mill boys at Cox Mill

Northwest Cabarrus versus Central Cabarrus girls at Cox Mill

Wednesday, Feb. 20, South Piedmont Conference semi-finals

A.L. Brown versus Cox Mill girls at Cox Mill

Concord versus A.L. Brown boys at Cox Mill

Thursday, Feb. 21, Rocky River Conference semifinals

Games to be determined at Mount Pleasant

Friday, Feb. 22 Finals

South Piedmont Conference at Cox Mill

Rocky River Conference at Mount Pleasant

Concord battles A.L. Brown again in the semifinals at Cox Mill this week
Photo by Todd Maulden

Regular season finale

Concord visits A.L. Brown to close out the regular season basketball schedule. Conference tournaments are set for next week. Tonight’s game will be broadcast on NFHS Network.

Intimidators job fair

The Kannapolis Intimidators annual job fair is set for February 23rd from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Intimidators Stadium supported by Atrium Health.

The Intimidators are hiring part-time, game day employees for the 2019 season. The team is looking for enthusiastic and hard-working individuals to fill out its game day staff for the 2019 season, which opens on Thursday, April 4th, against the Rome Braves.
Applications will be accepted for the following positions:
– Bat Boys- Food & Beverage Staff- Mascot- Merchandise Sales Representative- Parking Attendants- Promotions Team- Press Box Staff- Customer Service Staff         – Box Office Staff         – Ticket Takers         – Section Leaders
Applicants must be 18 years & older.

Intimidators Stadium supported by Atrium Health is located at 2888 Moose Road in Kannapolis off I-85 at Exit 63. The Intimidators are an equal opportunity employer.

Winding down the regular season

Regular season play for the public schools is in its final week with conference tournaments next week. For the private schools, the playoffs begin this week. Our Tuesday, Feb. 12, night broadcasts for Radio Free Cabarrus/485 Sports on NFHS Network are:

Northwest Cabarrus at Concord

Central Cabarrus at Cox Mill.

More broadcasts are planned for later this week, including Concord at A.L. Brown Friday.

Action from last week’s A.L. Brown-Northwest Cabarrus Todd Maulden photo

Kannapolis I’s prep for the 2019 season

KANNAPOLIS, NC – To celebrate the historic final season at Intimidators Stadium supported by Atrium Health, the Kannapolis Intimidators plan to thank their fans with its most robust, action-packed promotions schedule in years chocked full of fireworks shows, premium giveaways, theme nights and plenty of on and off-the-field entertainment. The Intimidators open the season at home on Thursday, April 4 with a 7:00 p.m. game vs. the Rome Braves featuring a post-game fireworks display, the first of 16 slated for 2019.

In addition to spectacular fireworks shows, the 70-game home schedule showcases 11 premium giveaways commemorating the 25-year history of professional baseball in Kannapolis, including a six-game return of the Piedmont Boll Weevils. Single-game tickets for the upcoming season will go on sale to the general public in person at the F&M Box Office, www.intimidatorsbaseball.com or by phone (704) 932-3267 beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Presidents Day, Monday.

Opening Weekend kicks off with a 2019 Magnet Schedule giveaway presented by Carolinas Pizza Hut, Thirsty Thursday & Post-Game Fireworks on April 4th. The celebration of baseball continues with the first “Salute to the Boll Weevils” Night on April 5th, Bark in the Park & Post-Game Fireworks on April 6th and Post-Game Kids Run the Bases on Sunday, April 7th.

The team pays tribute to its Kannapolis timeline with Intimidators, Boll Weevils and even Piedmont Phillies promotions throughout the season. The Intimidators will wear throwback uniforms and take the field as the Piedmont Boll Weevils six times during the season 2019 Season, the name the Kannapolis team was known as from 1996 to 2000. The “Salute to the Boll Weevils” series includes three different Boll Weevils-themed giveaways, a Baseball Card Strip giveaway on May 3rd, a Tin Lunch Box giveaway presented by Sunbelt Rentals on May 31st and a Boll Weevils Baseball giveaway on June 16th.

The 2019 campaign also features a four-game Faith & Family Night series presented by Christian Tours, and the team honors baseball’s strong connection to the Latino community by playing as the Los Rápidos de Kannapolis for three different games. Other notable theme games include Star Wars Night featuring never before seen ‘Darth Maul’ Jerseys on May 4th and Wizards & Wands Night presented by Charlotte Eye Ears Nose & Throat Associates on July 13th, and an appearance by classic kids’ favorite, Thomas the Tank Engine, on August 4th.

Weekly, fan-favorite promotions such as Tuesday Night Bingo, Thirsty Thursday, Saturday Night Fireworks & Sunday Post-Game Kids Run the Bases return in 2019. In addition, the team debuts Wieners and Wags Wednesdays that, along with three other Bark in the Park games, provides seven opportunities for fans to bring their dogs to the ballpark.

2019 Promotional Schedule

April

Thursday, April 4th: Opening Night Celebration | Magnet Schedule presented by Carolinas Pizza Hut Giveaway | Post-Game Fireworks | Thirsty Thursday

Friday, April 5th: Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #1

Saturday, April 6th: Bark in the Park | Post-Game Fireworks

Sunday, April 7th: Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Tuesday, April 9th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, April 10th: Education Day presented by Atrium Health

Thursday, April 18th: Piedmont Phillies Baseball giveaway to first 1,000 fans | Thirsty Thursday

Friday, April 19th: Faith & Family Night presented by Christian Tours | Post-Game Fireworks | Good Deed Day

Saturday, April 20th: Post-Game Fireworks

Tuesday, April 30th: Baseball Bingo

May

Wednesday, May 1st: Education Day presented by Atrium Health

Thursday, May 2nd: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, May 3rd: Baseball Card Strip giveaway to first 1,000 fans | Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #2

Saturday, May 4th: Star Wars Night with Specialty Jersey | Post-Game Fireworks | Girl Scout Night

Sunday, May 5th: Cinco De Mayo | Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Tuesday, May 14th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, May 15th: Education Day presented by Atrium Health

Thursday, May 16th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, May 17th: Faith & Family Night presented by Christian Tours

Saturday, May 18th: Post-Game Fireworks

Sunday, May 19th: Bark in the Park presented by Camp Bow Bow | Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Thursday, May 30th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, May 31st: Boll Weevils Tin Lunch Box giveaway to first 1,000 fans presented by Sunbelt Rentals | Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #3

June

Saturday, June 1st: Post-Game Fireworks

Sunday, June 2nd: Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Tuesday, June 4th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, June 5th: Wieners and Wags Wednesday

Thursday, June 13th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, June 14th: Rápidos de Kannapolis Youth T-Shirt Giveaway | Los Rápidos de Kannapolis Game #1

Saturday, June 15th: Post-Game Fireworks | Boy Scout Night

Sunday, June 16th: Boll Weevils Baseball giveaway to first 1,000 fans | Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #4 | Post-Game Kids Run the Bases | Father’s Day

Thursday, June 20th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, June 21st: Bobblehead Giveaway to first 1,000 fans

Saturday, June 22nd: Faith & Family Night presented by Christian Tours | Post-Game Fireworks 

July

Tuesday, July 2nd: Post-Game Fireworks | Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, July 3rd: Independence Eve Celebration & Post-Game Fireworks presented by Cabarrus Eye Center

Tuesday, July 9th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, July 10th: Camp Day

Thursday, July 11th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, July 12th: Baseball Card Strip giveaway to first 1,000 fans

Saturday, July 13th: Wizards and Wands Night presented by CEENTA | Post-Game Fireworks

Sunday, July 14th: Bark in the Park | Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Thursday, July 18th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, July 19th: 2005 Championship Canvas giveaway to first 1,000 fans

Saturday, July 20th: Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #5 | Post-Game Fireworks

Sunday, July 21st: Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Wednesday, July 31st: Wieners and Wags Wednesday

August

Thursday, August 1st: Thirsty Thursday | Los Rápidos de Kannapolis Game #2

Friday, August 2nd: Intimidators “I” Baseball giveaway to first 1,000 fans

Saturday, August 3rd: Faith & Family Night presented by Christian Tours | Post-Game Fireworks | Boy Scout Night

Sunday, August 4th: Thomas the Tank Engine Character Appearance | Post-Game Kids Run the Bases

Tuesday, August 6th: Camp Day | Baseball Bingo

Tuesday, August 13th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, August 14th: Wieners and Wags Wednesday

Thursday, August 15th: Thirsty Thursday

Friday, August 16th: Stadium Seat Replica giveaway to first 1,000 fans

Saturday, August 17th: Salute to the Boll Weevils Game #6 | Post- Game Fireworks | Girl Scout Night

Sunday, August 18th: Post-Game Kids Run the Bases | Los Rápidos de Kannapolis Game #3

Monday, August 26th: National Dog Day featuring $1 Hot Dogs

Tuesday, August 27th: Baseball Bingo

Wednesday, August 28th: Wieners and Wags Wednesday

Thursday, August 29th: Final Game Played at Intimidators Stadium supported by Atrium Health | Commemorative Rally Towel giveaway to first 1,000 fans | Post-Game Fireworks

All promotions are subject to change at the Intimidators discretion.

Season tickets for the 2019 season, including Founders Club memberships ensuring priority season seat selection at the team’s new ballpark in 2020, are on sale now at IntimidatorsBaseball.com.

Tuesday hoops

Radio Free Cabarrus/485 Sports is broadcasting two sets varsity games tonight on NFHS Netowrk tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 5. Don’t forget previous broadcasts are available for replay under the Video on Demand section.

A.L. Brown at Cox Mill

Jay M. Robinson at Concord

Also tonight on NFHS Network, Myers Park will be broadcasting its home games with Hickory Ridge.

More basketball will be coming up Friday evening.

First NCHSAA women’s wrestling event

WINSTON-SALEM – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association, in conjunction with the North Carolina Chapter of U.S.A. Wrestling, hosted the inaugural NCHSAA Women’s Wrestling Invitational Tournament in Winston-Salem this morning and afternoon. The field featured 87 participants in 11 weight divisions. 

In December, the NCHSAA Board of Directors unanimously elected to hold the tournament in conjunction with the NC Chapter of U.S.A. Wrestling on a trial basis for this year. NCHSAA Commissioner Que Tucker said, “We are thrilled with the opportunity to showcase what these young women in our state can do in the sport of wrestling. It was a wonderful opportunity to highlight the hardwork and dedication of these 87 young ladies on their teams all season. We are grateful to have a partner in the North Carolina Chapter of U.S.A. Wrestling for such a wonderful event.”

NCHSAA photo of the participants

You can find complete results from the tournament for all rounds below.

NCHSAA Women’s Wrestling Invitational Tournament ResultsSaturday, February 2, 2019106 Division – First RoundNikoly Dos Santos (Providence, 37-5) won by fall over Kelly Nguyen (Page, 0-2) (Fall)Ariana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) won by fall over Megan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) (Fall)Glennin Hansen (North Henderson, 7-5) won by fall over Laila Sa (Hoke County, 18-22) (Fall)Malika Haines (Rosewood, 12-7) won by fall over Brianna Gray (St. Pauls, 7-12) (Fall)Louise Monnet (Carrboro, 7-3) won by fall over Ty Robbins (Clayton, 1-4) (Fall)Madeline Smith (Cleveland, 26-23) won by decision over Aaliyah Crooks (Athens Drive, 4-4) (Dec 12-6)Tori Strickland (Polk County, 14-13) won by fall over Macy Tyson (Pamlico County, 20-15) (Fall 2:40)Maria Contrares (A.L. Brown, 9-27) won by tech fall over Harley Ramsey (Madison, 12-4) (TF-1.5 (21-4))

106 Division – Championship Quarterfinals Nikoly Dos Santos (Providence, 37-5) won by major decision over Ariana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) (MD 8-0)Glennin Hansen (North Henderson, 7-5) won by decision over Malika Haines (Rosewood, 12-7) (Dec 6-4)Madeline Smith (Cleveland, 26-23) won by major decision over Louise Monnet (Carrboro, 7-3) (MD 10-1)Tori Strickland (Polk County, 14-13) won by fall over Maria Contrares (A.L. Brown, 9-27) (Fall

)106 Division – Championship SemifinalsNikoly Dos Santos (Providence) 37-5 won by major decision over Glennin Hansen (North Henderson) 7-5 (MD 13-1)Madeline Smith (Cleveland) 26-23 won by decision over Tori Strickland (Polk County) 14-13 (Dec 7-0)

Championship FinalsNikoly Dos Santos (Providence, 37-5) won by tech fall over Madeline Smith (Cleveland, 26-23) (TF-1.5 0:00 (16-0)) 

106 Division – Consolation First Round Megan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) won by fall over Kelly Nguyen (Page, 0-2) (Fall)Laila Sa (Hoke County, 18-22) won by fall over Brianna Gray (St. Pauls, 7-12) (Fall)Aaliyah Crooks (Athens Drive, 4-4) won by fall over Ty Robbins (Clayton, 1-4) (Fall)Macy Tyson (Pamlico County, 20-15) won by fall over Harley Ramsey (Madison, 12-4) (Fall)

106 Division – Consolation Second RoundMegan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) won by fall over Maria Contrares (A.L. Brown, 9-27) (Fall)Laila Sa (Hoke County, 18-22) won by fall over Louise Monnet (Carrboro, 7-3) (Fall)Malika Haines (Rosewood, 12-7) won by fall over Aaliyah Crooks (Athens Drive, 4-4) (Fall)Ariana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) won by fall over Macy Tyson (Pamlico County, 20-15) (Fall)

106 Division – Consolation Third RoundMegan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) won by decision over Laila Sa (Hoke County, 18-2) (Dec 6-5)Ariana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) won by decision over Malika Haines (Rosewood, 12-7) (Dec 5-0)

106 Division – Consolation SemifinalsMegan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) won by fall over Glennin Hansen (North Henderson, 7-5) (Fall)Ariana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) won by fall over Tori Strickland (Polk County, 14-13) (Fall)

106 Division – Consolation FinalsAriana Wolkerstorfer (West Carteret, 23-17) and Megan Zelasky (Chapel Hill, 15-9) (DFF) 

113 Division – First RoundMickey Allen (West Henderson, 5-3) received a byeMallory McDonald (Jacksonville, 9-15) won by major decision over Tiana Silva (South View, 1-2) (MD 11-3)Sophia Forquer (Clayton, 6-8) received a byeRachel Windoser (Madison, 2-4) received a byeBrooke Hermel (Havelock, 24-19) received a byeLilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) received a byeEmmaline Morgan (Terry Sanford, 1-2) won by decision over Alexa Finch (Swansboro, 7-18) (Dec 6-4)Katerina Pendergrass (South Granville, 15-11) received a bye

113 Division – Championship QuarterfinalsMallory McDonald (Jacksonville, 9-15) won by fall over Mickey Allen (West Henderson, 5-3) (Fall)Sophia Forquer (Clayton, 6-8) won by fall over Rachel Windoser (Madison, 2-4) (Fall)Brooke Hermel (Havelock, 24-19) won by major decision over Lilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) (MD 12-3)Katerina Pendergrass (South Granville, 15-11) won by fall over Emmaline Morgan (Terry Sanford, 1-2) (Fall)

113 Division – Championship SemifinalsMallory McDonald (Jacksonville, 9-15) won by fall over Sophia Forquer (Clayton, 6-8) (Fall)Brooke Hermel (Havelock, 24-19) won by decision over Katerina Pendergrass (South Granville, 15-11) (Dec 3-1)

113 Division – Championship Finals Brooke Hermel (Havelock, 24-19) won by decision over Mallory McDonald (Jacksonville, 9-15) (Dec 10-3) 

113 Division – Consolation First RoundTiana Silva (South View, 1-2) received a byeAlexa Finch (Swansboro, 7-18) received a bye

113 Division – Consolation Second RoundTiana Silva (South View, 1-2) won by decision over Emmaline Morgan (Terry Sanford, 1-2) (Dec 9-8)Lilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) received a byeRachel Windoser (Madison, 2-4) received a bye Mickey Allen (West Henderson, 5-3) won by decision over Alexa Finch (Swansboro, 7-18) (Dec 8-3)

113 Division – Consolation Third RoundLilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) won by fall over Tiana Silva (South View, 1-2) (Fall)Mickey Allen (West Henderson, 5-3) won by fall over Rachel Windoser (Madison, 2-4) (Fall)

113 Division – Consolation SemifinalsLilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) won by fall over Sophia Forquer (Clayton, 6-8) (Fall)Katerina Pendergrass (South Granville, 15-11) won by fall over Mickey Allen (West Henderson, 5-3) (Fall)

113 Division – Consolation FinalsLilly Coburn (Richlands, 7-9) won by fall over Katerina Pendergrass (South Granville, 15-11) (Fall) 

120 Division – First RoundMarissa Connelly (West Henderson, 3-2) received a byeSavanah Goad-Cortes (Corinth Holders, 5-12) received a byeMakayla Wright (Southern Alamance, 3-5) won by decision over Madison Elkins (Madison, 1-3) (Dec 5-0)Teah Chunn (Jacksonville, 6-3) won by fall over Rosa Marte (Overhills, 0-4) (Fall)Andrea Moore (Jack Britt, 12-8) won by fall over Carly Manning (Apex Friendship, 0-2) (Fall)Aaliyah Schell (Broughton, 14-22) won by fall over Amy Williams (Millbrook, 5-16) (Fall)Trinity Knauf (South Point, 9-14) won by fall over Isabella Kirkham (Rolesville, 2-9) (Fall)Brooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) won by major decision over Michelle Sorroso (Heide Trask, 2-2) (MD 11-1)

120 Division – Championship QuarterfinalsSavanah Goad-Cortes (Corinth Holders, 5-12) won by fall over Marissa Connelly (West Henderson, 3-2) (Fall)Teah Chunn (Jacksonville, 6-3) won by decision over Makayla Wright (Southern Alamance, 3-5) (Dec 3-2)Aaliyah Schell (Broughton, 14-22) won by fall over Andrea Moore (Jack Britt, 12-8) (Fall)Trinity Knauf (South Point, 9-14) won by decision over Brooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) (Dec 3-2)

120 Division – Championship SemifinalsTeah Chunn (Jacksonville, 6-3) won by decision over Savanah Goad-Cortes (Corinth Holders, 5-12) (Dec 7-5)Aaliyah Schell (Broughton, 14-22) won by fall over Trinity Knauf (South Point, 9-14) (Fall)

120 Division – Championship FinalsTeah Chunn (Jacksonville, 6-3) won by fall over Aaliyah Schell (Broughton, 14-22) (Fall) 

120 Division – Consolation First RoundMadison Elkins (Madison, 1-3) won by fall over Rosa Marte (Overhills, 0-4) (Fall)Amy Williams (Millbrook, 5-16) won by fall over Carly Manning (Apex Friendship, 0-2) (Fall)Michelle Sorroso (Heide Trask, 2-2) won by fall over Isabella Kirkham (Rolesville, 2-9) (Fall)

120 Division – Consolation Second RoundBrooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) received a bye Andrea Moore (Jack Britt, 12-8) won by fall over Madison Elkins (Madison, 1-3) (Fall)Amy Williams (Millbrook, 5-16) won by fall over Makayla Wright (Southern Alamance, 3-5) (Fall)Michelle Sorroso (Heide Trask, 2-2) won by decision over Marissa Connelly (West Henderson, 3-2) (Dec 9-8)

120 Division – Consolation Third RoundBrooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) won by fall over Andrea Moore (Jack Britt, 12-8) (Fall)Amy Williams (Millbrook, 5-16) won by fall over Michelle Sorroso (Heide Trask, 2-2) (Fall)

120 Division – Consolation SemifinalsBrooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) won by fall over Savanah Goad-Cortes (Corinth Holders, 5-12) (Fall)Trinity Knauf (South Point, 9-14) won by fall over Amy Williams (Millbrook, 5-16) (Fall)

120 Division – Consolation FinalsBrooke Bertram (Lake Norman, 9-2) won by fall over Trinity Knauf (South Point, 9-14) (Fall) 

126 Division – First RoundSidney Sullivan (Northern Nash, 7-6) received a byeTonya Flournory (Broughton, 5-15) won by major decision over Kady Watkins (Cedar Ridge, 5-30) (MD 14-2)Morgan Pressley (Knightdale, 8-15) won by fall over Ailey Smith (Thomas Jefferson, 0-2) (Fall 0:32)Alliana Garcia (A.L. Brown, 5-12) received a bye Jade Hutto (South Caldwell, 15-23) received a byeSarah McLaurin (NCSSM, 7-15) won by fall over Hannah Wiley (Corinth Holders, 0-10) (Fall 0:00)Haley Shipes (West Mecklenburg, 4-24) received a bye Jacey King (East Henderson, 7-11) received a bye

126 Division – Championship QuarterfinalsSidney Sullivan (Northern Nash, 7-6) won by fall over Tonya Flournory (Broughton, 5-15) (Fall)Morgan Pressley (Knightdale, 8-15) won by fall over Alliana Garcia (A.L. Brown, 5-12) (Fall)Jade Hutto (South Caldwell, 15-23) won by fall over Sarah McLaurin (NCSSM, 7-15) (Fall)Jacey King (East Henderson, 7-11) won by fall over Haley Shipes (West Mecklenburg, 4-24) (Fall)

126 Division – Championship SemifinalsMorgan Pressley (Knightdale, 8-15) won by fall over Sidney Sullivan (Northern Nash, 7-6) (Fall)Jade Hutto (South Caldwell, 15-23) won by major decision over Jacey King (East Henderson, 7-11) (MD 13-0)

126 Division – Championship FinalsJade Hutto (South Caldwell, 15-23) won by fall over Morgan Pressley (Knightdale, 8-15) (Fall) 

126 Division – Consolation First RoundKady Watkins (Cedar Ridge, 5-30) received a bye Ailey Smith (Thomas Jefferson, 0-2) received a bye Hannah Wiley (Corinth Holders, 0-10) received a bye 

126 Division – Consolation Second RoundKady Watkins (Cedar Ridge, 5-30) won by fall over Haley Shipes (West Mecklenburg, 4-24) (Fall)Sarah McLaurin (NCSSM, 7-15) won by fall over Ailey Smith (Thomas Jefferson, 0-2) (Fall)Alliana Garcia (A.L. Brown, 5-12) won by fall over Hannah Wiley (Corinth Holders, 0-10) (Fall)Tonya Flournory (Broughton, 5-15) won by forfeit

126 Division – Consolation Third RoundSarah McLaurin (NCSSM, 7-15) won by decision over Kady Watkins (Cedar Ridge, 5-30) (Dec 9-2)Tonya Flournory (Broughton, 5-15) won by fall over Alliana Garcia (A.L. Brown, 5-12) (Fall)

126 Division – Consolation SemifinalsSidney Sullivan (Northern Nash, 7-6) won by fall over Sarah McLaurin (NCSSM, 7-15) (Fall)Jacey King (East Henderson, 7-11) won by fall over Tonya Flournory (Broughton, 5-15) (Fall)

126 Division – Consolation FinalsSidney Sullivan (Northern Nash, 7-6) won by fall over Jacey King (East Henderson, 7-11) (Fall) 

132 Division – Round Robin (4 Wrestlers)Lillian Sealey (High Point Central, 2-1) won by fall over Autumn Motes (North Henderson, 0-3) (Fall)Destiney Cairnes (West Henderson, 4-0) won by fall over Lillian Sealey (High Point Central, 2-1) (Fall)Destiney Cairnes (West Henderson, 4-0) won by fall over Autumn Motes (North Henderson, 0-3) (Fall)Lillian Sealey (High Point Central, 2-1) won by disqualification over Emma Zhang (NCSSM, 1-6) (DQ)Destiney Cairnes (West Henderson, 4-0) won by fall over Emma Zhang (NCSSM, 1-6) (Fall)Emma Zhang (NCSSM, 1-6) won by fall over Autumn Motes (North Henderson, 0-3) (Fall) 

132 Division – First Place: Destiney Cairnes, West Henderson

132 Division – Second Place: Lillian Sealey, High Point Central132 Division – Third Place: Emma Zhang, NC School of Science & Math

132 Division – Fourth Place: Autumn Motes, North Henderson 

138 Division – Championship QuarterfinalsElisa Cox (Butler, 4-4) won by decision over Nadia Brown (High Point Central, 0-2) (Dec 2-0)Autumn Coles (East Chapel Hill, 7-23) won by fall over Charlotte Pair (NCSSM, 4-15) (Fall)Willow Chance (Rosman, 8-17) won by fall over Tempest Chapman (Pisgah, 0-2) (Fall)Amber Parker (Parkwood, 12-19) won by decision over Lindey Otero (Asheboro, 3-1) (Dec 7-4)

138 Division – Championship SemifinalsElisa Cox (Butler, 4-4) won by fall over Autumn Coles (East Chapel Hill, 7-23) (Fall)Amber Parker (Parkwood, 12-19) won by fall over Willow Chance (Rosman, 8-17) (Fall)

138 Division – Championship Finals1st Place Match – Amber Parker (Parkwood, 12-19) won by decision over Elisa Cox (Butler, 4-4) (Dec 9-4) 

138 Division – Consolation First RoundCharlotte Pair (NCSSM, 4-15) won by fall over Nadia Brown (High Point Central, 0-2) (Fall)Lindey Otero (Asheboro, 3-1) won by fall over Tempest Chapman (Pisgah, 0-2) (Fall)

138 Division – Consolation SemifinalsWillow Chance (Rosman, 8-17) won by fall over Charlotte Pair (NCSSM, 4-15) (Fall)Lindey Otero (Asheboro, 3-1) won by fall over Autumn Coles (East Chapel Hill, 7-23) (Fall)

138 Division – Consolation FinalsLindey Otero (Asheboro, 3-1) won by fall over Willow Chance (Rosman, 8-17) (Fall) 

145 Division – Championship QuarterfinalsDanasia Williams (Southern Durham, 2-1) received a byeEmma Tyndall (Lee County, 5-19) won by fall over Angel West (Mitchell, 1-4) (Fall)Annikka Nordby (East Chapel Hill, 10-22) received a byeFlorance Zaitawi (West Forsyth, 3-0) won by fall over Amzie Yurko (NCSSM, 5-6) (Fall)

145 Division – Championship SemifinalsDanasia Williams (Southern Durham, 2-1) won by fall over Emma Tyndall (Lee County, 5-19) (Fall)Florance Zaitawi (West Forsyth, 3-0) won by fall over Annikka Nordby (East Chapel Hill, 10-22) (Fall)

145 Division – Championship FinalsFlorance Zaitawi (West Forsyth, 3-0) won by fall over Danasia Williams (Southern Durham, 2-1) (Fall) 

145 Division – Consolation First RoundAngel West (Mitchell, 1-4) received a byeAmzie Yurko (NCSSM, 5-6) received a bye

145 Division – Consolation SemifinalsAngel West (Mitchell, 1-4) won by fall over Annikka Nordby (East Chapel Hill, 10-22) (Fall)Emma Tyndall (Lee County, 5-19) won by fall over Amzie Yurko (NCSSM, 5-6) (Fall)

145 Division – Consolation FinalsEmma Tyndall (Lee County, 5-19) won by fall over Angel West (Mitchell, 1-4) (Fall) 

152 Division – Round Robin (4 Wrestlers)Jasmine Davis (Overhills, 2-4) won by fall over Madeline Ramella (Hoke County, 3-5) (Fall)Melanie Jones (Hoke County) 2-5 won by forfeit over () Madajah Trapier (Jack Britt, 20-6) won by fall over Melanie Jones (Hoke County, 2-5) (Fall)Melanie Jones (Hoke County, 2-5) won by decision over Jasmine Davis (Overhills, 2-4) (Dec 16-10)Madajah Trapier (Jack Britt, 20-6) won by fall over Jasmine Davis (Overhills, 2-4) (Fall)Madeline Ramella (Hoke County, 3-5) won by fall over Melanie Jones (Hoke County, 2-5) (Fall)Madajah Trapier (Jack Britt, 20-6) won by fall over Madeline Ramella (Hoke County, 3-5) (Fall) 

152 Division – First Place: Madajah Trapier, Jack Britt

152 Division – Second Place: Jasmine Davis, Overhills

152 Division – Third Place: Madeline Ramella, Hoke County

152 Division – Fourth Place: Melanie Jones, Hoke County 

Combined 160 & 170 Division – QuarterfinalsElisa Holly (Broughton, 3-5) received a byeLaSean Boyd (Overhills, 3-0) won by decision over Jocelyn Paredes (West Wilkes, 2-2) (Dec 3-2)Ashley Boggess (Pisgah, 1-2) won by fall over Janet Mbugua (Knightdale, 0-6) (Fall 0:57)Anamaria Bailey (Pine Forest, 1-10) received a bye

Combined 160 & 170 Division – Championship Semifinals LaSean Boyd (Overhills, 3-0) won by fall over Elisa Holly (Broughton, 3-5) (Fall)Anamaria Bailey (Pine Forest, 1-10) won by fall over Ashley Boggess (Pisgah, 1-2) (Fall)

Combined 160 & 170 Division – Championship Finals LaSean Boyd (Overhills, 3-0) won by fall over Anamaria Bailey (Pine Forest, 1-10) (Fall) 

Combined 160 & 170 Division – Consolation First Round Jocelyn Paredes (West Wilkes, 2-2) received a byeJanet Mbugua (Knightdale, 0-6) received a bye

Combined 160 & 170 Division – Consolation Semifinals Jocelyn Paredes (West Wilkes, 2-2) won by fall over Ashley Boggess (Pisgah, 1-2) (Fall)Elisa Holly (Broughton, 3-5) won by fall over Janet Mbugua (Knightdale, 0-6) (Fall)

Combined 160 & 170 Division – Consolation Finals Jocelyn Paredes (West Wilkes, 2-2) won by fall over Elisa Holly (Broughton, 3-5) (Fall) Combined 182 & 195 Division – Round Robin (3 Wrestlers)Julissa Jaramillo (Rosewood, 9-14) won by fall over Saige Cook (Burns, 4-14) (Fall)Myranda Johnson (North Iredell, 18-10) won by fall over Saige Cook (Burns, 4-14) (Fall)Myranda Johnson (North Iredell, 18-10) won by fall over Julissa Jaramillo (Rosewood, 9-14) (Fall) 

Combined 182 & 195 Division – First Place: Myranda Johnson, North Iredell

Combined 182 & 195 Division – Second Place: Julissa Jaramillo, Rosewood

Combined 182 & 195 Division – Third Place: Saige Cook, Burns 

Combined 220 & 285 Division – Round Robin (3 Wrestlers)Ella Beam (Burns, 2-0) won by fall over Rebecca Saunders (West Mecklenburg, 1-3) (Fall)Ella Beam (Burns, 2-0) won by fall over Sonya Johnson (Bartlett Yancey, 1-2) (Fall)Rebecca Saunders (West Mecklenburg, 1-3) won by fall over Sonya Johnson (Bartlett Yancey, 1-2) (Fall) 

Combined 220 & 285 Division – First Place: Ella Beam, Burns

Combined 220 & 285 Division – Second Place: Rebecca Sanders, West Mecklenburg

Combined 220 & 285 Division – Third Place: Sonya Johnson, Bartlett Yancey

Basketball tonight

Big conference match-ups tonight, Friday, Feb. 1, from the Rocky River, South Piedmont and Southwestern 4A Conferences. Radio Free Cabarrus/485 Sports will broadcast doubleheaders on the NFHS Network from:

During Tuesday night hoops action, at Charles Rimer Gynnasium, Concord, North Carolina, Concord Spiders hosted a home conference game against cross county rival Kannapolis.Akeya Wallace(10) shoots the jumper against Kannapolis. Kannapolis defeated Concord Tuesday night. Photo by Todd Maulden.


Wrestling Dual Team playoffs continue

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) third round and Regional Finals in the Dual Team Wrestling Tournament were conducted last night. You can find the results below. The tournament will culminate on Saturday, February 2 with the western and eastern regional champions meeting at the Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse for the State Championships.

The Dual Team State Championship at Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse is a credentialed event. Media that wish to cover the event should wear their NCHSAA-issue year-long Media Badge for access to the event. Media without a year-long Media Badge should submit their single-event request through the online form. (Scroll to Winter Events on the Credentials Page of the NCHSAA Website to find the correct form) Credential requests are due by Friday, February 1 at noon. As a reminder, the Inaugural NCHSAA Women’s Wrestling Invitational Tournament is being contested in Winston-Salem this Saturday as well. Participant list will be emailed out following the deadline for registration for the event. Credential requests for the Women’s Invitational are due by Friday, February 1 at noon as well through theCredentials Page of the NCHSAA Website.

NCHSAA 2019 1A Dual Team Wrestling Results

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Third Round

South Davidson (13-11) def. John A. Holmes (9-11) 48-15

Uwharrie Charter (39-0) def. Rosewood (33-6) 50-25

Robbinsville (18-3) def. Mount Airy (12-6) 32-30

Avery County (19-3) def. Swain County (25-4) 45-32

Regional Finals

Uwharrie Charter (40-0) def. South Davidson (13-12) 54-30

Robbinsville (19-3) def. Avery County (19-4) 32-30

Saturday, February 2, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

State Championship – Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse

Uwharrie Charter (40-0) vs. Robbinsville (19-3)

NCHSAA 2019 2A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Third Round

Croatan (24-3) def. Washington (33-6) 33-31

Ledford (22-10) def. Trinity (22-2) 38-30

West Lincoln (25-2) def. Fred T. Foard (24-4) 33-27

Newton-Conover (44-2) def. Pisgah (19-5) 34-27

Regional Finals

Croatan (25-3) def. Ledford (22-11) 39-33

West Lincoln (26-2) def. Newton-Conover (44-3) 30-25

Saturday, February 2, 2019, 12:00 p.m.

State Championship – Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse

Croatan (25-3) vs. West Lincoln (26-2)

NCHSAA 2019 3A Dual Team Wrestling Results

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Third Round

West Carteret (36-1) def. North Brunswick (24-7) 40-24

Cape Fear (11-0) def. Gray’s Creek (14-9) 44-24

Southeast Guilford (23-3) def. Asheboro (36-2) 42-25

St. Stephens (41-0) def. Piedmont (33-3) 37-30

Regional Finals

Cape Fear (12-0) def. West Carteret (36-2) 43-29

St. Stephens (42-0) def. Southeast Guilford (23-4) 45-31

Saturday, February 2, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

State Championship – Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse

Cape Fear (12-0) vs. St. Stephens (42-0)

NCHSAA 2019 4A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Third Round

Laney (19-1) def. Jack Britt (13-3) 42-33

Cardinal Gibbons (27-2) def. Cary (20-2) 34-33

Northwest Guilford (29-0) def. Davie County (33-3) 30-28

Mooresville (34-1) def. Hough (22-4) 39-36

Regional Finals

Laney (20-1) def. Cardinal Gibbons (27-2) 38-32

Northwest Guilford (30-0) def. Mooresville (34-2) 36-35

Saturday, February 2, 2019, 12:00 p.m.

State Championship – Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse

Laney (20-1) vs. Northwest Guilford (30-0)

B-ball, wrestling & more

Coach George Walker talks following the Tigers’ win over West Stanly

Basketball broadcasts Tuesday

RFC/485 Sports will broadcast girls and boys varsity games Tuesday, Jan. 29, on NFHS Network. The line-up includes:

More broadcasts will be coming Friday evening.

A little football: Shaked’s Take

Shaked Bar-Tal gives his take on the latest Panthers news.

Wrestling dual team pairings

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) released the 2019 Dual Team Wrestling State Championship Brackets. The tournament begin with rounds 1 and 2 on Tuesday, January 29 at selected sites and will culminate on Saturday, February 2 with the western and eastern regional champions meeting at the Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse for the State Championships.

The 2A, 3A and 4A classifications will feature 32-team, pre-determined brackets while the 1A Bracket will feature a 24-team, pre-determined lineup. The Dual Team State Championship at Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse is a credentialed event. Media that wish to cover the event should wear their NCHSAA-issue year-long Media Badge for access to the event. Media without a year-long Media Badge should submit their single-event request through the online form. (Scroll to Winter Events on the Credentials Page of the NCHSAA Website to find the correct form) Credential requests are due by Friday, February 1 at noon.

First round matches begin Tuesday.

NCHSAA 2019 1A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

First Round

Pender (7-19, Wild Card) vs. Neuse Charter (11-29, Wild Card) (@ John A. Holmes)

John A. Holmes (8-10, #1 Atlantic 6/Albemarle Athletic), BYE (@ John A. Holmes)

East Carteret (9-23, #1 Coastal 8) vs. South Davidson (10-11, Wild Card) (@ Louisburg)

Louisburg (5-18) #1 Northern Carolina), BYE (@ Louisburg)

Voyager Academy (9-0, #1 Central Tar Heel/North Central Athletic) vs. North Rowan (4-8, Wild Card) (@ Uwharrie Charter)

Uwharrie Charter (37-0, #1 Yadkin Valley), BYE (@ Uwharrie Charter)

South Stanly (29-16, #2 Yadkin Valley) vs. Chatham Central (10-24, Wild Card) (@ South Stanly)

Rosewood (32-5, #1 Coastal Plains/Carolina), BYE (@ South Stanly)

Robbinsville (15-3, #1 Smoky Mountain) vs. Mitchell (13-9, Wild Card) (@ Mitchell)

Alleghany (19-13, #1 Mountain Valley), BYE (@ Mitchell)

Bradford Prep (11-23, #2 Southern Piedmont/PAC 7) vs. East Wilkes (19-12, Wild Card) (@ East Wilkes)

Mount Airy (11-5, #1 Northwest), BYE (@ East Wilkes)

Swain County (23-3, #2 Smoky Mountain) vs. East Surry (9-9, Wild Card) (@ Cherryville)

Cherryville (13-22, #1 Southern Piedmont/PAC 7), BYE (@ Cherryville)

South Stokes (19-10, #2 Northwest) vs. Rosman (8-9, Wild Card) (@ Avery County)

Avery County (17-3, #1 Western Highlands), BYE

NCHSAA 2019 2A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

First Round

Croatan (21-3 #1 Coastal 8) vs. Ayden-Grifton (21-10, #2 Eastern Carolina) (@ Ayden-Grifton)

Currituck (22-3, #1 Northeastern Coastal) vs. North Johnston (11-15, #2 Eastern Plains) (@ Ayden-Grifton)

Washington (31-5, #1 Eastern Plains) vs. North Pitt (21-13, #1 Eastern Carolina) (@ Washington)

Bunn (16-10, #1 Northern Carolina) vs. Roanoke Rapids (18-5, Wild Card) (@ Washington)

St. Pauls (15-11, #1 Three Rivers) vs. Central Davidson (16-6, #2 Central Carolina) (@ Trinity)

Trinity (20-1, #1 PAC 7) vs. Cummings (15-11, #2 Mid-State) (@ Trinity)

Reidsville (8-5, #1 Mid-State) vs. West Davidson (15-5, #3 Central Carolina) (@ Ledford)

Ledford (19-10, #1 Central Carolina) vs. Wheatmore (19-8, #2 PAC 7) (@ Ledford)

Surry Central (17-6, #1 Western Piedmont Athletic) vs. West Lincoln (22-2, #2 South Fork Athletic) (@ West Lincoln)

West Wilkes (24-1, #1 Mountain Valley) vs. Central Academy (27-1, #2 Rocky River) (@ West Lincoln)

Mount Pleasant (30-7, #1 Rocky River) vs. Patton (31-8, Wild Card) (@ Fred T. Foard)

Fred T. Foard (22-3, #1 Northwestern Foothills) vs. North Surry (17-6, #2 Western Piedmont Athletic) (@ Fred T. Foard)

Newton-Conover (41-2, #1 South Fork Athletic) vs. Brevard (7-7, #2 Mountain Six) (@ R-S Central)

R-S Central (24-5, #1 Southwestern Athletic) vs. Bunker Hill (23-10, #2 Northwestern Foothills) (@ R-S Central)

Pisgah (17-4, #1 Mountain Six) vs. East Lincoln (25-4, Wild Card) (@ East Lincoln)

Madison (15-7, #1 Western Highlands) vs. East Gaston (5-9, #2 Southwestern Athletic) (@ East Lincoln)

NCHSAA 2019 3A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

First Round

Northern Guilford (11-1, #1 Mid-State) vs. Southern Nash (24-7, #2 Big East) (@ Clayton)

West Carteret (33-1, #1 Coastal) vs. Clayton (7-9, #2 Greater Neuse) (@ Clayton)

D.H. Conley (34-5, #1 Eastern Carolina) vs. Western Harnett (16-6, #2 Tri-County) (@ Havelock)

North Brunswick (22-6, #1 Mideastern) vs. Havelock (20-10, #2 Coastal) (@ Havelock)

Fike (27-4, #1 Big East) vs. Gray’s Creek (12-8, #2 Patriot Athletic) (@ Cleveland)

Cleveland (26-7, #1 Greater Neuse) vs. Chapel Hill (19-11, #2 Big Eight) (@ Cleveland)

Cape Fear (8-0, #1 Patriot Athletic) vs. Union Pines (39-6, #1 Tri-County) (@ Orange)

Orange (27-1, #1 Big Eight) vs. Morehead (18-13, #2 Mid-State) (@ Orange)

North Henderson (18-1, #1 Western Mountain Athletic) vs. Central Cabarrus (16-19, #2 South Piedmont) (@ site TBD)

Southeast Guilford (20-3, #1 Mid-Piedmont) vs. Mount Tabor (8-11, #2 Piedmont Triad) (@ site TBD)

A.L. Brown (12-11, #1 South Piedmont) vs. Weddington (23-8, #2 Southern Carolina) (@ A.L. Brown)

Southwest Guilford (15-5, #1 Piedmont Triad) vs. Asheboro (34-1, #2 Mid-Piedmont) (@ A.L. Brown)

Piedmont (31-2, #1 Southern Carolina) vs. North Gaston (15-13, #2 Big South) (@ Piedmont Middle School)

West Rowan (17-3, #1 North Piedmont) vs. Alexander Central (17-16, #2 Northwestern) (@ Piedmont Middle School)

St. Stephens (38-0, #1 Northwestern) vs. Statesville (30-11, #2 North Piedmont) (@ Statesville)

Kings Mountain (38-5, #1 Big South) vs. Enka (22-5, #2 Western Mountain Athletic) (@ Statesville)

NCHSAA 2019 4A Dual Team Wrestling Pairings

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

First Round

South View (13-15, #1 Patriot Athletic) vs. Green Hope (18-3, Wild Card) (@ Lumberton)

Laney (16-1, #1 Mideastern) vs. Lumberton (25-6, #2 Sandhills Athletic) (@ Lumberton)

Jack Britt (11-2, #1 Sandhills Athletic) vs. Millbrook (15-6, Wild Card) (@ Jack Britt)

New Bern (25-3, #1 Eastern Carolina) vs. Leesville Road (28-5, #2 CAP 7) (@ Jack Britt)

Cary (18-1, #1 Triangle Six) vs. Pinecrest (20-5, Wild Card) (@ Cary)

Corinth Holders (8-3, #1 Northern Athletic) vs. Middle Creek (23-4, #2 South Wake Athletic) (@ Cary)

Apex Friendship (14-16, #1 South Wake Athletic) vs. Heritage (15-12, #2 Northern Athletic) (@ Cardinal Gibbons)

Cardinal Gibbons (24-2, #1 CAP 7) vs. Riverside-Durham (10-8, #2 Triangle Six) (@ Cardinal Gibbons)

Ardrey Kell (11-7, #2 South Meck 7) vs. Glenn (20-3, #2 Central Piedmont) (@ Glenn)

Northwest Guilford (26-0, #1 Metro) vs. Mallard Creek (13-11, Wild Card) (@ Glenn)

Porter Ridge (27-6, #1 Southwestern) vs. Lake Norman (16-9, Wild Card) (@ Davie)

Davie County (31-2, #1 Central Piedmont) vs. Page (13-9, Wild Card) (@ Davie)

McDowell (15-20, #1 Northwestern) vs. High Point Central (19-11, Wild Card) (@ Mooresville)

Mooresville (31-1, #1 I-Meck) vs. West Forsyth (11-8, Wild Card) (@ Mooresville)

Olympic (12-3, #1 South Meck 7) vs. East Mecklenburg (17-3, #2 Southwestern) (@ Olympic)

Hough (20-3, #2 I-Meck) vs. Ragsdale (24-4, #2 Metro) (@ Olympic)

Hooping it up

Conference action is heating up. Friday, Jan. 25, 485 Sports/Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast varsity games from two sites on NFHS Network. Girls games are expected to start around 5:30 p.m. and the boys games will follow at approximately 7 p.m.

Broadcast games include Concord at Northwest Cabarrus and A.L. Brown at Jay M. Robinson on NFHS Network.

Tweeting live from West Stanly at Mt. Pleasant

Back to basketball


LIMITED INTERNET AVAILABLE GAME WILL BE UPLOADED LATER

A.L. Brown hosts Providence Friday, Jan. 4. Note this game is being planned at Kannapolis Middle School. The floor at Bullock Gym was painted during the holidays and needs a little more time to dry.

Radio Free Cabarrus/485 Sports taped both varsity games and will post as the video becomes available.

Football regionals, basketball

Live football and basketball Friday, Dec. 7, on NFHS Network.

Western 3A Regional Final

Kings Mountain at Charlotte Catholic Pregame 7 p.m.

 Western 4AA Regional Final

Myers Park versus Vance (at Mallard Creek) Pregame 7 p.m.

Basketball

Jay M. Robinson at Mt. Pleasant girls approximately 6 p.m.

Jay M. Robinson at Mt. Pleasant boys approximately 7:15 p.m.

485 Sports Report

Basketball begins, football continues

Radio Free Cabarrus and 485 Sports begins its basketball coverage this week.

First up is Stuart Cramer at Northwest Cabarrus Wednesday, Dec. 5. Shaked Bar-Tal and Mark Plemmons bring you the action on NFHS Network. The girls broadcast begins at 6 p.m. The boys game is expected to begin about 7:30 p.m. from Northwest.

Game two will be Friday, Dec. 7,  with Jay M. Robinson visiting Mount Pleasant. Ford Martin and Luke Hurlbut are on the call on NFHS Network.

Football  continues Friday

485 Sports is broadcasting the regional finals of two game Friday in NCHSAA football:

3A West Kings Mountain at Charlotte Catholic

4AA West Myers Park versus Vance (moved to Mallard Creek)

Hurlbut’s Hits

Shaked’s Take

 

South Piedmont Football 2018

Final Standings:

Northwest Cabarrus    5-0

Cox Mill                       4-1

Robinson                     2-3

Central Cabarrus        2-3

AL Brown                     2-3

Concord                       0-5

 

All Conference

Nick Wilds-Lawing                  Northwest                               Offensive Player of the Year

IJ Sturdivant                            Northwest                               Tyrese Blake – Northwest Cabarrus

Braxton Shipp                          Northwest

CJ Ward                                   Northwest

Karsen Perkins                                    Northwest

Eli Eason                                  Northwest                               Defensive Player of the Year

Andre Hill                                Northwest                               Joe Camara – Northwest Cabarrus

Sam Walker                            Northwest

Joe Camara                             Northwest

Tyrese Blake                           Northwest

Tyler Jackson                           Cox Mill                                   Special Teams Player of the Year

Brandon Gillespie                   Cox Mill                                   De’Andre Boykins – Central Cabarrus

Terrell Dawkins                       Cox Mill

Kendall Gilmore                      Cox Mill

Ahmad Baruti                          Cox Mill

Cody Cline                               Cox Mill                                   Coach of the Year

Michael Lewis                         CoxMill                                    Brandon Gentry – Northwest Cabarrus

Bryson Furr                             Robinson

Dom Wiley                              Robinson

Miguel Callejas                       Robinson

Chris Caldwell                         Robinson

Nic Lynch                                 Robinson

Derek Boykins                         Central

Hakim Simmons-Blakney        Central

Dallas Foard                            Central

Logan Anderson                      Central

Ke’Shawn Harvey                    Central

De’Andre Boykins                    Central

Jordan Medley                        AL Brown

Justin Holsclaw                        AL Brown

Jalen Goode                            AL Brown

Steven Robinson                      AL Brown

Jnaz Jordan                              AL Brown

Clint Bost                                 Concord

Sam Hartsell                           Concord

Jourdan Heilig                         Concord