The deadline for nominations this year is Sept. 7, 2018.
The deadline for nominations this year is Sept. 7, 2018.
Concord Post 51 beats Mocksville 10-4 in American Legion Senior Baseball. Note there is no audio in the pregame and play-by-play picks up with the National Anthem and as the action begins. This game was played Friday, June 22, 2018.
The 704 Collegiate Showcase At South Rowan High SchooI – open to all high school players but geared toward 8th grades, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Players can test their football skills and fitness levels using NFL-style drills and precision measurement and training equipment.
Today is Pancake Day, March 15, 2018, at the Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus. Serving all day through 7:30 p.m. We’re broadcasting live in the morning hours.
Listen to the Radio Free Cabarrus broadcast (audio only) of the game with Mark Plemmons, Chris Hudson and Shaked Bar-Tal. Cox Mill is trying for back to back state titles after winning in Chapel Hill a year ago. It could be three in a row for Cabarrus County aka #hoopsvillenc after Jay M. Robinson won the title two years ago.
The task will be tall for the Chargers, who have won 17 straight games. The opponent, Jacksonville’s Northside Monarchs, have won 59 straight games and are the defending state 2A champions. Tip is at 7:30 p.m (approximate). We’ll be on the air at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, March 10.
Jemal Horton and Henry Hutton, winners for N.C. Press Association Awards for their sports coverage, will be on hand to cover the game for the Independent Tribune.
Memories 98.3 FM and WTIX-AM 1410 in Concord will also broadcast the game.
The NFHS Network broadcast is from the TV feed of the game.
A message from Mark Plemmons of Radio Free Cabarrus:
Today’s broadcast on The Cube by Radio Free Cabarrus will likely be our last broadcast on that platform. We appreciate all the help The Cube has provided these last few years since Larry Cotter recruited us to use their platform. The media world is constantly changing.
NFHS Network bought The Cube and The Cube will be shut down May 1. Many of the broadcasters are moving to the NFHS Network. Most of RFC’s broadcasts will be there, though we are looking at other possible platforms where we might broadcast live free games.
Even if we find a suitable platform most of our games will still be on NFHS Network due to the NCHSAA fee structure. We encourage those who can to became subscribers to NFHS Network. The cost is $9.95 per month. For those who can’t subscribe our games will be available to view free 72 hours after the event.
We appreciate the tremendous support of our listeners/viewers and will strive to improve and bring you exciting games and events.
Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast the semi-finals and the finals of the South Piedmont Conference Tournment on the NFHS Network.
Radio Free Cabarrus will also broadcast the finals Friday night from Cox Mill.
Broadcasts are expected to begin at approximately 5:45 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2. The games will also be available for replay later.
Central Cabarrus at Concord
Forest Hills at Mt. Pleasant
By Bob Gardner, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Que Tucker, Commissioner of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
They don’t make the headlines, their names are not in the box scores and they don’t make the all-star teams, but perhaps the most important individuals in high school sports are the contest officials.
These individuals are so important that, in fact, there would be no organized competitive sports at the high school level without the men and women who officiate these contests every day across the country. Subtract the dedicated men and women who officiate high school sports and competitive sports would no longer be organized; they would be chaotic.
In some areas, high school officials are retiring faster than new licenses are being issued. And junior varsity, freshmen and middle school games are being postponed – or even cancelled – because there are not enough men and women to officiate them.
Anyone looking for a unique way to contribute to the local community should consider becoming a licensed high school official. For individuals who played sports in high school, officiating is a great way to stay close to the sport after their playing days have ended. Officiating helps people stay in shape, expands their social and professional network and offers part-time work that is flexible, yet pays. In fact, officiating is a form of community service, but with compensation.
Another benefit of officiating is that individuals become role models so that teenagers in the community can learn the life lessons that high school sports teach. Students learn to respect their opponents and the rules of the game and the importance of practicing good sportsmanship thanks, in part, to those men and women who officiate. And the objectivity and integrity that high school officials display is an example that every young person needs to observe firsthand. In short, communities around the country will be stronger because of the life lessons that high school officials help teach the next generation.
Officiating is a great way to stay connected to sports and to give back to the local high school and community. We need dedicated men and women to become involved so that high school sports can continue to prosper for years to come.
Individuals interested in learning more about becoming a high school official, and even begin the application process, can do so at www.HighSchoolOfficials.com.
Broadcasts on The Cube will be free and live, while NFHS Network games are subscription based. NFHS Network games are free after 72 hours.
Our new NFHS Network game will be Friday, Jan. 5, with Cox Mill at Jay M. Robinson.
The Southern Spring Home & Garden Show at the Park Expo Center in Charlotte is set for Feb. 23-25 and March 2-4.
Sinclair Broadcasting will produce and distribute the NCHSAA Football State Championships on a state-wide affiliate network that includes stations in Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro/Winston-Salem, Greenville/New Bern, Raleigh, & Wilmington.
In addition to the games airing live on over the air stations in each market, the stations will stream games on their station website. The NFHS Network will simulcast the Sinclair coverage of the championships live through their subscription-based platform.
Below is a listing of the station and broadcast schedule information for each local market.
12:00 PM – 1A – North Duplin vs. Cherokee – WMYA/MY TV (40.1)
3:00 PM – 2AA – East Duplin vs. Hibriten – WMYA/MY TV (40.1)
7:00 PM – 3AA – New Hanover vs. A.C. Reynolds – WMYA/MY TV (40.1)
12:00 PM – 4AA – Wake Forest vs. Mallard Creek – WXLV/ABC (45.1)
12:00 PM – 1A – North Duplin vs. Cherokee – WMYV/MY TV (48.1)
3:00 PM – 3A – Havelock vs. Charlotte Catholic – WXLV-2/Stadium (45.2)
3:00 PM – 2AA – East Duplin vs. Hibriten – WMYV-3/Comet (48.3)
4:00 PM – 1AA – Tarboro vs. Mt. Airy – WXLV/ABC (45.1)
4:00 PM – 4A – Scotland vs. Harding – WMYV/MY TV (48.1)
7:00 PM – 2A – Wallace-Rose Hill vs. Reidsville – WMYV/MY TV (48.1)
7:00 PM – 3AA – New Hanover vs. A.C. Reynolds – WXLV-2/Stadium (45.2)
GREENVILLE/NEW BERN AREA
12:00 PM – 1A – North Duplin vs. Cherokee – WCTI/ABC (12.1)
3:00 PM – 3A – Havelock vs. Charlotte Catholic – WCTI/ABC (12.1)
4:00 PM – 1AA – Tarboro vs. Mt. Airy – WYDO/Fox (14.1)
12:00 PM – 4AA – Wake Forest vs. Mallard Creek – WLFL/The CW (22.1)
12:00 PM – 1A – North Duplin vs. Cherokee – WRDC/MY TV (28.1)
4:00 PM – 4A – Scotland vs. Harding – WLFL/The CW (22.1)
4:00 PM – 1AA – Tarboro vs. Mt. Airy – WRDC/MY TV (28.1)
7:00 PM – 2A – Wallace-Rose Hill vs. Reidsville – WLFL/The CW (22.1)
7:00 PM – 3AA – New Hanover vs. A.C. Reynolds – WRDC/MY TV (28.1)
12:00 PM – 4AA – Wake Forest vs. Mallard Creek – WCCB/The CW (18.1)
3:00 PM – 2AA – East Duplin vs. Hibriten – WCCB/Antenna TV (18.2)
3:00 PM – 3A – Havelock vs. Charlotte Catholic – WCCB/ME TV (18.3)
4:00 PM – 4A – Scotland vs. Harding – WCCB/The CW (18.1)
7:00 PM – 3AA – New Hanover vs. A.C. Reynolds – WCCB/The CW (18.1)
7:00 PM – 2A – Wallace-Rose Hill vs. Reidsville – WCCB/Antenna TV (18.2)
12:00 PM – 1A – North Duplin vs. Cherokee – WILM (15.1 & 24.1)
3:00 PM – 2AA – East Duplin vs. Hibriten – WILM (15.1 & 24.1)
7:00 PM – 3AA – New Hanover vs. A.C. Reynolds – WILM (15.1 & 24.1)
Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast two Western Regional finals Friday, Dec. 1, on the NFHS Network:
John Voncannon and Perry Gabriel will call the action between the Bulldogs and the Cougars.
Memories 98.3 FM and WTIX-AM 1410 will have live audio of the game with Ken Anderson and Coach Soupy Campbell.
Mark Plemmons and Coach Jay Alverson will call the action between the Cougars and the Rams.
Both RFC/NFHS Network broadcasts will feature live video of the game.