Mt. Pleasant at Northwest Cabarrus
Cox Mill at South Rowan
Central Cabarrus at Concord 7 p.m.
East Rowan at Hickory Ridge
A.L. Brown at Vance 7 p.m.
South Rowan at Concord
John Voncannon and Chris Hudson call the action from Coach EZ Smith Field at Robert C. Bailey Stadium in Concord, N.C.
Hickory Ridge at Cox Mill
Jay M. Robinson at Mount Pleasant
This week’s broadcasts on The Cube
Radio Free Cabarrus will broadcast three games this Friday as the high school football season enters week 2.
Coach Soupy Campbell and Perry Gabriel will call the North Mecklenburg at Cox Mill game. It will be the opener for the Chargers.
John Voncannon and Chris Hudson will call the Albemarle at Concord game. The Spiders are renewing a traditional rivalry. The Spiders and Bulldogs had played each other more times than Concord-Kannapolis until the series stopped in 1982.
Mark Plemmons and Shaked Bar-Tal will call the Mount Pleasant at Hickory Ridge game in Harrisburg. The teams haven’t met in the past three seasons.
All three games will be on The Cube. Check out our other broadcasts that are archived there The Cube
Other games this week:
Central Cabarrus at Jay M. Robinson
cfa Academy at Cannon School
A.L. Brown at South Rowan
Northwest Cabarrus is off this week.
Hickory Ridge at Cox Mill basketball
The action begins with girls basketball at approximately 6 p.m., followed by the boys game which features the two top times in the South Piedmont Conference.
South Rowan at Concord
Concord at Jesse Carson
South Rowan at Central Cabarrus
South Piedmont Conference play continues in high school football. Here are our broadcasts this week and more.
Friday night’s scores
Central Cabarrus 44 West Stanly 0
Concord 35 South Rowan 21
West Rowan 13 Northwest Cabarrus 0
Jesse Carson 48 East Rowan 21
High Point Christian 59 cfa Academy 14
Cannon School, Mount Pleasant, J.M. Robinson and A.L. Brown had byes this week.
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Concord at South Rowan
Cox Mill at Hickory Ridge
Non-conference game: West Stanly at Central Cabarrus
Thursday’s JV scores
Hickory Ridge 21 Cox Mill 7
West Rowan 36 Northwest Cabarrus 16
Concord 12 South Rowan 6
Phillips big again in 40-28 win over N.C. Central
Former A.L. Brown Wonder Kalif Phillips rushed for 102 yards and two TDs in the Charlotte 49ers win in Durham. He did not play the fourth quarter after suffering a bruised shoulder. Charlotte built a 40-0 lead before the Eagles came back in the second half.
Charlotte (3-0) travels to Elon Saturday at 7 p.m.
VMI drops Wildcats despite offensive explosion
Davidson junior wide receiver William Morris caught a career-high 16 passes for 208 yards, but miscues proved costly as VMI defeated the Wildcats, 52-24.
Morris’ 16 catches were one shy of the single-game Davidson (1-2) record of 17, shared by Mike Mikolayunas ’70 and Lanny Funsten ’13, and his 208 yards ranked as the fifth-most in a single game in Davidson history. Likewise, senior quarterback J.P. Douglas also enjoyed a career day, as he completed 28 of 41 passing attempts for 317 yards – all career highs – and threw one touchdown to Morris along with one interception when he was hit as he threw.
Junior running back David Rogers gained 103 yards on 10 rushes with two touchdowns, helping Davidson rack up 531 yards of offense, it’s most since racking up 566 against Johnson C. Smith in 2011.
However, VMI (1-2) started fast and made big plays to maintain the lead throughout the contest, gaining 597 yards of offense. Davidson was only able to come away with one field goal in three red zone trips in the first half, and surrendered a pair of turnovers in the second half to nullify promising drives.
Davidson opens PFL play Saturday, hosting Morehead State at 1 p.m.
Cabarrus high school scores week 4
Concord 32 Hickory Ridge 29
Central Cabarrus 28 Jesse Carson 21
A.L. Brown 42 Berry Academy 21
Mount Pleasant 32 Jay M. Robinson 0
East Rowan 46 Cox Mill 43
South Rowan 18 Northwest Cabarrus 13
Concord wins on E.Z. Smith Night
Check back later this weekend for some of the top performances of the weekend and more.