Long day for Northern Guilford at the Carolina Panthers 7 on 7 Tournament on Friday

Posted by Andy Durham on June 20, 2015 at 12:08 pm under High School | 8 Comments to Read

East Lincoln topped Cuthbertson 28-21 to take the title in Charlotte on Friday with Sage and Chaz Surratt from East Lincoln hooking up on 4 TD passes…

Northern Guilford found Friday to be a long day with the Nighthawks going (0-4) in the Carolina Panthers’ 7 on 7 tournament and Northern won this deal a few years back…

Advancing to the quarterfinals were two South Carolina schools ā€“ Simpsonville Hillcrest and Greenwood ā€“ who finished round-robin play at 2-2, tying with Greer and Hilton Head. ā€¦ Failing to make it past round-robin play were Shelby (1-3), Fayetteville Terry Sanford (1-3), Northern Guilford (0-4) and Blythewood (S.C.) (0-4).

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  • just sayin said,

    Look for Johnny Boy to run CJ until his legs fall off this year. He’s the only prayer they have to being a conference championship team. Roscoe will retire after this year unless they are able to get a couple D1 move in kids like they always seem to somehow get.

  • question said,

    Hey Andy,

    Who all will be at the annual Guilford College 7on7 tournament next Saturday?

  • Andy Durham said,

    I will go to work on that and get the teams for the Guilford College event…

  • Hawks fan said,

    Just like every year….people just want learn. Johnny Roscoe can flat out coach anybody around, so don’t worry about the Nighthawks!!!

  • Ankersaway said,

    @just sayin
    Your like a broken record and like 0-6 with your yearly NG prediction. How much crow can you fit in your mouth? Hang it up dude and stop being a hater. Good kids and coaches over at NG.

  • Roy Allen said,

    Just sayin has been blowing that same tired tune for season after season…professional loser. Smh

  • just sayin said,

    Dear Lord a blind person could coach that team to a state Championship last year and the year with TJ and the year with Maurice. This year he has 1 division 1 player who is injury prone….not enough fire power to get a ring. Better rest him when you’re playing state super powers McMichael and Rockingham county. Betting the farm that Roscoe leaves after this year. No way he can coach up a JV team….move in talent only for Roscoe!

  • streeter said,

    Guys 7 on 7 does not mean a thing in the long run. When I was coaching a NEHS we were not a 7 on 7 team, but when we lined up Friday Night those same teams who did well against us in 7 on 7 got the rear ends kicked. 7 on 7 is meant to help your passing game and perimeter defense, as well as it keeps the players hungry and competitive over the summer.