JV SCORES North Lincoln 34, East Lincoln 27 Newton-Conover 34, Maiden 28
FRIDAY OCT. 29th West Lincoln 21, Lincolnton 18 West kicked off to LHS and Andre Bost scored on an 85-yd run; the EP kick was no good and it was LHS 6, WLHS 0. On their 1st possession, the Rebels drove into the LHS red zone, but turned the ball over on downs. LHS had the ball deep in their own territory as the first qtr ended with the Wolves leading 6-0.
Lincolnton had to punt and WL got the ball for a second time; this time they scored on an 18-yd run by Charles Winnex and Trista Primmer's kick made it Rebels 7, Wolves 6 with nine minutes left in the first half.
LHS then scored on an 8-yd run by Deandre Smith; a two-point EP try was no good and it was 12-7.
Lincolnton got a run by Bost from midfield to the West 27 with seconds left until halftime; the Wolves then tried a reverse but the runner slipped and the halftime score was Lincolnton 12, West Lincoln 7.
In the third period, the Rebels blocked an LHS punt and Xandor Hedrick recovered the ball for a score and Primmer's kick made it 14-12 West Lincoln leading.
In the 4th period, Bernard Wingate ran for a Wolves TD and again a two-point EP try failed and it was LHS 18, West Lincoln 14. With 9:43 left in the game, the Rebels got to the LHS 40, but a face mask penalty gave them a first down at the Wolves' 25. LHS then recovered a fumble at their 20-yd line. Bost escaped a possible sack and ran for ten yds, but a holding penalty move the ball back to the LHS 10. The Wolves had to punt and West got the ball at the LHS 32. Jordan Truesdale completed a 3rd down pass to Zach Daigler to the LHS 11-yd line. With 3:07 left in the game, Mason Avery ran for a TD and Primmer's kick made it West Lincoln 21, Lincolnton 18. Lincolnton returned the kickoff to their 43-yard line. Two plays and a penalty moved it back to their 37. A pass completion got them into Rebels territory at the 47. A running play was a no-gainer. An incomplete pass made it 3rd down with less than two minutes left. Another incomplete pass made it 4th down with 1:42 left to play. When Bost found nobody open, he tried to run but was stopped at the Rebels' 42 and West took over on downs and ran out the clock. The final: West Lincoln 21, Lincolnton 18.
North Lincoln 37, East Lincoln 14 North kicked off to East. East fumbled and North recovered the fumble at the NL 40-yd line. Reed King threw a 50-yd pass to Liam Sutton for a TD; Sutton then kicked the EP to make it North Lincoln 7, East Lincoln 0 just two minutes into the game. After North kicked off again, Tyler Mizzell threw a 55-yd TD pass to Markell Clark and Jaxon Sellers' kick tied the game at 7-all with 8 minutes left in the first quarter. Sfter East kicked off, North started at their own 24...the two teams swapped punts and the first qtr ended with the score tied at 7-all.
Early in the second period, North penned East to their own one-yd line on a punt. The Mustangs got to the North 25, but then North recovered another fumble.Tyler Rhodes then intercepted a North Lincoln pass to give East the ball at the NL 35. Mizzell then passed to Clark for another TD and Sellers' second EP kick made it EL 14, NL 7.
North scored a FG with just under a minute left in the first half to make the halftime score East 14, North 10.
East kicked off to North to start the second half and Kyle Kovalchuk ran 64 yds for a score; Sutton's kick made it NL 17, EL 14.
North scored again on a run by Cole Gales early in the fourth period to lead 24-14. Then Kovalchuk ran for another TD with two minutes left and the Knights led 37-14 and that was the final score.
Maiden 25, Newton-Conover 7 N-C kicked off to Maiden who started at their own 30-yd line. Two penalties moved them back, and on the next play, the Red Devils intercepted a pass and returned it to the Maiden 25; but they could only get to the Maiden 23 on three plays. They tried a 40-yd field goal but it was wide left and Maiden took over on their own 25. On their first down play, a run got them to the Newton-Conover 43. A 5-yd penalty moved them back to the 48; then a screen pass to Ben Gibbs got the Blue Devils to the N-C 23. On a 4th down play, Corbin Lawing caught a pass to the 11-yd line, and after they got to the 4-yd line, QB Ethan Rhodes ran for the first score of the night. Carson Foard's kick was wide left and the score was Maiden 6, Newton-Conover 0. After the Red Devils had a good return on the kickoff, they couldn't score and the Blue Devils got another TD on a Jalen Robinson 17-yd run; Foard's kick this time was good to make it Maiden 13, N-C 0, and that's how the first qtr ended.
Newton-Conover scored on a 28-yd pass to make it 13-7 in the second period. Maiden came close to scoring just before halftime, but didn't and it was Maiden 13, N-C 7 at the half.
Nobody scored in the 3rd qtr, but early in the 4th, Rhodes tossed an 18-yd TD pass to Jacob Sigmon; a two-point EP try was no good and it was Maiden 19, N-C 7. One more score on a 14-yd run by Ben Gibbs made the final Maiden 25, Newton-Conover 7.
Bunker Hill 42, Bandys 21 Bandys scored on a 65-yd TD pass on the first play from scrimmage for a 7-0 lead after the EP kick. A 49-yd drive by the Bears ending with a one-yd TD run by QB Carson Elder and the EP kick by Alan Bahena-Soto tied the score at 7-all.
Bandys scored in the second period to lead 14-7 at the half, but the Bears took the second half kickoff and drove for a score on a 9-yd run by Kaden Robinson to tie it at 14-all, then scored again on a 25-yd pass from Elder to Elijah Boston to take a 21-14 lead over the Trojans. At the end of the 3rd period, the Bears scored again for a 28-14 lead. A 47-yd interception return by Justin Killian gave the Bears a 35-14 lead with four minutes left in the game. With two minutes left, Robinson ran for another Bears TD and the final was Bunker Hill 42, Bandys 21.
Shelby 16, Burns 14 Jalen Petty scored for the Lions on a 97-yd run, but the EP kick was no good...Shelby led 6-0 at the end of the first qtr...after Shelby got a FG for a 9-0 lead, Ben Mauney tossed a 15-yd TD pass in the 2nd period to make it 9-7...Ryan Thompson then intercepted a Lions pass at midfield and the Bulldogs drove inside the Shelby 20-yd line, but a field goal attempt was blocked and it was Shelby 9, Burns 7 at the half.
Shelby took the 2nd half kickoff and drove for a score to take a 16-7 lead. Late in the 3rd period, Lamont Wilson intercepted a Shelby pass at the Lions' 38-yd line. From there, the Bulldogs drove for another TD as Jeremiah Norris scored on a 6-yd run. The Camacho EP kick made it Shelby 16, Burns 14 with seven minutes left in the game. But they could get no closer and Shelby won 16-14.
Crest 42, Kings Mtn. 20 Crest kicked off to the Mounties. Lamont Littlejohn threw a 16-yd pass to Peyton Fisher for a TD and Jaden Ellis's EP kick made it 7-0 Kings Mtn. with 6 minutes left in the first quarter.
Mari Adams ran for two 15-yd TDs and two EP kicks gave the Chargers a 14-7 lead. Then Littlejohn completed a 27-yd TD pass to Bryson Brown and Ellis's kick tied the score at 14-all at the half.
In the third period, Crest took the kickoff and scored on a 6-yd run by Adams, the EP kick made it Crest 21, Kings Mtn. 14.
Early in the 4th period, Adams did it again...his fourth TD run of the night and the EP kick made it Chargers 28, Mountaineers 14. Then Littlejohn tossed a 17-yd TD pass to D'Andre Hoyle to cut the lead to 28-20.
Carter Greene ran 30 yds for another Chargers score with six minutes left in the game, and another Crest score with less than a minute left made the final Crest 42, Kings Mtn. 20.
Cherryville 23, Bessemer City 6 Cherryville scored on their first possession for a 6-0 lead...BC scored early in the 2nd period to make it 6-all at halftime.
After Cherryville kicked off to the Yellow Jackets to start the 2nd half, the Ironmen recovered a BC fumble and scored another TD; this time the EP kick was good and it was CHS 13, Bessemer City 6. Cherryville scored two more TDs for a 23-6 win.
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