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Lewis makes 49ers’ practice squad, Klugh on ESPN, Wildcats snap losing streak

Former Concord Spider makes San Francisco practice squad

Lance Lewis, who played for Washington and Dallas last season, was signed to the San Francisco 49ers practice squad after the team made final cuts Saturday.

The former East Carolina star wide receiver caught a 49-yard pass during the 49ers final exhibition game.

Earlier this preseason Lewis was greeted by 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh after catching a 2-point conversion.
Earlier this preseason Lewis was greeted by 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh after catching a 2-point conversion.

 Central Cabarrus star on ESPN Sunday

North Carolina A&T freshman quarterback Hasaan Klugh played in the Aggies’ 47-13 win over Alabama A&M Sunday. The game was nationally televised by ESPN.

Klugh, the former Central Cabarrus, had a 12-yard run to highlight his work as a back-up quarterback.

Davidson Wildcats win over College of Faith

The Davidson Wildcats snapped a 12-game losing streak with a 56-0 win over College of Faith-Charlotte Saturday at Richardson Stadium. It was the first win for second-year head coach Paul Nichols.

Every player who was physically able to play on the Davidson roster did play. Here are stats and more information about the game from Davidson Wildcats dot com

Nelson White  (#75) from J.M. Robinson is the starting left tackle for the Wildcats. He started all 11 games in 2013.

The Wildcats host Catawba at 7 p.m. Saturday at Richardson Stadium Stephen B. Smith Field.

Here is a shot from the second half with the Saints on offense (neon green) and the Wildcats on defense. Davidson won 56-0.
Here is a shot from the second half with the Saints on offense (neon green) and the Wildcats on defense. Davidson won 56-0.

College of Faith featured several Charlotte area players and a couple of Cabarrus County players. Gerald Carr (#70) from Concord High played on the line for the Saints. He was injured late in the game. Tony Wall Jr. of Harrisburg also played.

4 in all-star game, turf arrives

Tonight’s East-West High School All-Star game in Greensboro will feature four Cabarrus County players. A.L. Brown graduates Johnny Delahoussaey and Kyrell Williamson and Central Cabarrus stars Hasaan Klugh and Kenny Purvis are on the roster for the West.

Here are the rosters and more information about the game:

Carolina Gridiron coverage

Klugh, who is headed to N.C. A&T to play quarterback, won’t play tonight. He hasn’t been cleared to play by the N.C. A&T team doctor. Purvis is expected to start at running back on the team, which is coached by Scott Young of West Rowan.

Here is more about Purvis and his college plans:

Purvis headed to junior college

The turf arrived at Central Cabarrus

The field turf project at Central Cabarrus continues with the rolls of turf arriving this week and in being installed. The rain this week has hampered some of the work, but the installation should be complete the start of official practice Aug. 1.

Workers from Medallion Athletic Products, including four Viking players, install turf in the scoreboard end zone
Workers from Medallion Athletic Products, including four Viking players, install turf in the scoreboard end zone

The seams of the turf are sewn together for a better fit. Here is more details on the progress being made and cost of the project:

Independent Tribune coverage

The first football game to be played is expected to be Mount Pleasant versus Central Cabarrus Aug. 22. There is still a lot of work to go.

The large rolls of turf are on site and will be installed over the next several days.
The large rolls of turf are on site and will be installed over the next several days.