There are 42 Unbeaten HS Football teams left in the state with 3 in Guilford County and 3 nearby

Posted by Andy Durham on September 29, 2014 at 10:19 am under Uncategorized | 2 Comments to Read

Check out the list of Unbeaten high school football teams left in the state after 6 weeks of the regular season and headed toward Week 7, we still have Southern Guilford(6-0), Dudley(5-0) and Northern Guilford(5-0) in Guilford County and close to home we also have West Forsyth(6-0), Eastern Alamance at (6-0) and Walkertown at (5-0) and Walkertown is a 1-A school and fairly new, but they are off to a good start….Northern Guilford at Eastern Alamance will eliminate one team from the Unbeaten ranks this Friday night…Southern Guilford will host Western Guilford and Dudley is off, before beginning Metro 4-A play the following week…
(We also have High Point Christian Academy at 5-0 in the private school ranks.)

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(from Carolina….)

  • scott said,

    hello andy,
    I work with several parents here who love high school football. They want to get more coverage for Southern Guilford. I think they have the player of the year in Reggie Gallaspy but they have several talented players, many of whom play on both sides of the ball. I’m guessing they could have several players making D1 rosters in the years to come. You think Southern, Northern and Dudley will remain undefeated? What about player of the year honors?

  • Andy Durham said,

    If Southern Guilford keeps on winning Reggie Gallaspy has to a very strong candidate for Player of the Year on several different levels….Southern is a very strong team and I would love to see a SG-NG meeting in the playoffs….All three Dudley, Northern and Southern have a very good chance to get through the regular season Unbeaten and there really is no reason why they shouldn’t…

    Very much attainable goals for all, but it won’t be easy…NG has a tough road with Eastern Alamance coming up this Friday night in Mebane…After that NG should be ready to run, unless Eastern Guilford decides to put up a real challenge…

    SG will have to get by Ledford and Asheboro and I would think those would be their stiffest challenges….No reason why SG should not be able to win both when the Storm are hitting on all cylinders with Reggie leading the hitting and Stoner, Hunt, Harris, Herbin, Hedrick, Thomas and others providing the support…

    Dudley will need to be careful and well aware of the Metro teams that want to spoil their 20-game winnig streak and teams like SEG, Page, and to a certain degree Smith and Grimsley are not to be taken lightly…But Dudley has all the tools to go on through the Metro and meet some outside the area and interesting comp in the playoffs….

    Gonna be hard for all three to run the table, but you never know…On any given Friday and maybe a Saturday too, but you have think that NG and SG both would go 3-AA West and that means they have to meet somewhere down the road or up the road in the playoffs….Up the road goes to NG and down the road goes to SG….