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10/27/2017 7:21:00 PM
High School Games Friday Oct. 27th
Lincolnton at North LincolnOctober 27, 2017(Photos Courtesy of Kirk Herbertson)
Lincolnton at North Lincoln
October 27, 2017

(Photos Courtesy of Kirk Herbertson)
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Wayne Howard
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Lincolnton 56,  North Lincoln 41 
Tyshaun Harris set a new Lincoln County single game rushing record with 318 yards and four touchdowns as the Wolves won their fourth in a row. North Lincoln fell behind but kept coming back.  Trailing 28-26 at halftime, they allowed LHS two TDs but then closed the margin to a single TD before the Wolves widened the margin again.  Terrell McClain ran for a pair of scores and Caden Wyatt rushed for 95-yards and a pair of touchdowns.  For the Knights, Reed McRorie completed 20-of-his-30 passes for 304-yards and three TDs, two of them by DaeKwon Camp who had nine receptions for 214-yards.  LHS closes the regular season at home against unbeaten Maiden next week, still hoping to make the playoffs.  The Wolves are now 5-5 on the year, 4-2 in the South Fork 2A Conference.  North Lincoln will end its season at Bandys.

East Lincoln 42, West Lincoln 35 FINAL In Overtime
East Lincoln did it again. The Mustangs, who fell behind to Lincolnton and North Lincoln before storming back to win, fell behind the Rebels 28-7 at halftime, but scored on their first two possessions of the second half to cut the margin to a TD.  Then West scored on a 49-yard run by Brendon Ikard.  But the Mustangs got a TD by Chandler Jones and a 41-yard pass from Chase Jones to Gabe Duncan with just under three minutes left in the game tied the score at 35-all.  

When the game went to overtime, East got the first opportunity and Chandler Jones scored to put the Mustangs ahead for the first time all night.  The Ryan Shanklin kick made it 42-35.  West got as close as the half-yard line on runs by Nakathon Phansook and Ikard followed by a quarterback keeper by Seth Willis who almost made it--but not quite and East Lincoln won its third game over another Lincoln County opponent.  The Mustangs are now 6-4 on the season, 5-1 in the conference, and will likely make the playoffs regardless of the outcome of next week's game at Newton-Conover.  West Lincoln will finish the season at home against Lake Norman Charter.

Ikard had 204-yards and Phansook had 145-yards rushing for West Lincoln.  For East Lincoln, Chandler Jones and Tavin Johnson had good games running the ball and quarterback Chase Jones played well, but it was the East Lincoln defense led by Ryan Matz that won the game--stopping West in the OT and holding them to just the one TD in the second half. 

Maiden 30, Newton-Conover 27 
Caleb (KK) McDaniel had his best night of the season when it counted most--catching two passes from Keygan Mayfield that propelled the unbeaten Blue Devils to sole possession of the top spot in the South Fork 2A Conference.  McDaniel caught a Mayfield pass on the last play of the first half to tie the score at 13-all.  Then, with only 25 seconds left in the game, he caught another that after Casey Ly's kick made it 30-27 and the Blue Devils won their 10th game without a defeat.  Now 6-0 in the conference, they'll play at Lincolnton next Friday while the Red Devils (8-2, 5-1) will host East Lincoln.

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Cherryville 27, Pine Lake Prep 7
The Ironmen scored all their points in the first half en route to their second consecutive win. They will play at Bessemer City next Friday. They lost to the Yellow Jackets 38-7 in the first game of the season at Cherryville. Pine Lake Prep will play at home in Mooresville against Community School of Davidson.

Crest 56, Burns 8
This rivalry game was supposed to be close, but the Chargers dominated all the way. Leading 20-0 at halftime, Crest poured it on in the second half for their seventh win of the season. Jamaud Geter scored on an interception return, a pass from quarterback Peyton Kimmerlin, and a run for a two-point conversion. Crest (7-3, 5-1) will play its final regular season game at home against Kings Mountain next Friday while the Bulldogs will end their season at home against North Gaston. 

Ashbrook 48, North Gaston 40
In a see-saw battle, the Green Wave finally prevailed over the Wildcats. The Wildcats led on occasion and were down by only a point when, with less than 20 seconds left in the game, the Wave's Idrise Strange picked up North Gaston's third fumble of the night and ran 90 yards for the final score. Next week, North Gaston travels to Burns and Ashbrook will play at Hunter Huss. 

Stuart Cramer 21, Hunter Huss 14 OT
Stuart Cramer improved to 7-3 overall, 4-2 in the Big South 3A Conference with the win over the Huskies. Cramer led 7-0 and 14-7 but Huss came back to tie the game and force the OT. Jaylen Rocquemore, who had scored the Storm's go-ahead TD in the second half, also scored in the overtime. A Huss fumble on their OT try sealed the win. Cramer, now 7-3 overall and 4-2 in the conference, will play at Forestview next Friday while Huss will host Ashbrook. 

South Point 69, Chase 0
It was another "no contest" win for the Red Raiders as they tuned up for their regular season finale at home against Shelby next week. The unbeaten Raiders will play the Golden Lions for the Southwestern 2A Conference championship next Friday. 

Kings Mountain 63, Forestview 7
Freshman Kobe Paysour had two interceptions, including one pick-six, and caught three passes for 161-yards and a score as the Mountaineers improved to 9-1, 6-0 in the Big South 3A Conference. The Mounties will play at Crest next Friday. A win would give them the conference championship, but Crest hopes to win the title. The Chargers are 5-1 in the league. Ricaylen Mack ran for 101-yards and four TDs for Kings Mountain. Forestview finishes its season at home against Stuart Cramer. 

R-S Central 28, East Gaston 22
The Warriors kept coming from behind and finally took the lead 22-20 before the Hilltoppers scored to win the contest. East Gaston, now 2-8, 1-3 in the Big South 3A Conference, will finish its season at East Rutherford next Friday. 

Thomas Jefferson Academy 34, Mountain Island Charter 16
Thomas Jefferson remained unbeaten with the win. The Gryphons jumped out to a 27-0 lead and cruised the rest of the way. Next Friday, they'll take their 10-0 record to Monroe to play Union Academy while the Raptors (7-3, 4-2) will host Highland School of Technology. 

Bessemer City 60, Community School of Davidson 15
The Yellow Jackets ran their record to 9-1, 5-1 in the Southern Piedmont 1A Conference with the easy victory. Their only loss of the season was last week to unbeaten Thomas Jefferson. They'll play at home against Cherryville next Friday. 

Shelby 28, East Rutherford 7
The game everybody has been talking about for weeks finally happens next Friday in Belmont when the Golden Lions meet the South Point Red Raiders. It will be a game between two defending state champions. Shelby has won four 2A titles in a row and South Point (now a 2A team) won the 3A title last year. If you're going, get there early--it'll be packed for sure. Shelby tuned up with an easy win over East Rutherford as senior quarterback Malik Sarrat completed 15-of-20 passes to eight different receivers for 285-yards and two touchdowns and ran for another. 

Hickory 38, Alexander Central 28
The Red Tornadoes knocked Alexander Central from the ranks of the unbeaten with the win. Hickory jumped out to an early lead and never trailed. 

Bandys 42, Lake Norman Charter 16 

Fred T. Foard 49, East Burke 6 

Patton 63, Bunker Hill 20 

St. Stephens 56, South Caldwell 7 

Union Academy (Monroe) 42, Highland Tech 12



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