East Forsyth Eagles NCHSAA 4-A Football Champions:EF over Cardinal Gibbons, 24-21

Posted by Press Release on December 14, 2019 at 5:42 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

Cardinal Gibbons (12-2) vs. East Forsyth (12-2)
Date: Dec 14, 2019 • Site: Chapel Hill, NC • Stadium: Kenan
Attendance:

Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4 Total
Cardinal Gibbons      7  7  0  7 21
East Forsyth          7  14 3  0 24
Qtr Time  Scoring Play                                                                     V-H
1st 07:47 CG - Jacob Gill 9 yd pass from Andrew Harvey (Noah Lawrence kick), 8-56 4:13     7 - 0
01:58 EF - Jamison Warren 59 yd pass from Ty'Shaun Lyles (Andrew Conrad kick), 5-65 2:04   7 - 7
2nd 11:24 CG - Cameron Noble 40 yd pass from Andrew Harvey (Noah Lawrence kick), 8-67 2:34 14 - 7
06:01 EF - Jamison Warren 56 yd pass from Ty'Shaun Lyles (Andrew Conrad kick), 2-62 0:35   14 - 14
05:42 EF - Jordan Timmons 9 yd fumble recovery (Andrew Conrad kick)                        14 - 21
3rd 04:33 EF - Andrew Conrad 31 yd field goal, 12-58 4:10                                  14 - 24
4th 03:42 CG - Cameron Noble 8 yd pass from Andrew Harvey (Noah Lawrence kick), 10-80 2:49 21 - 24

Kickoff time: 11:00 AM • End of Game: • Total elapsed time: –
Officials:
Temperature: Mid 40s • Wind: Brisk • Weather: Cold and Overcast

The Most Outstanding Offensive and Defensive Player Awards are sponsored by the Carolina Panthers and we appreciate their partnership.
The award winners for the 4A Championship are:
Runner-Up Cardinal Gibbons Most Outstanding Defensive Player: Will Mason
Runner-Up Cardinal Gibbons Most Outstanding Offensive Player: Andrew Harvey

Champion East Forsyth Most Outstanding Defensive Player: Jordan Timmons
Champion East Forsyth Most Outstanding Offensive Player: Jamison Warren

There were a number of outstanding performances in this championship game, but one athlete distinguished themselves above the others. As selected by a media ballot of those covering the game, the Most Valuable Player is Ty’Shaun Lyles from East Forsyth High School.

The NCHSAA is proud to promote good sportsmanship both on and off the field. The Association has partnered with NC Farm Bureau to recognize one individual from each Regional Champion team prior to the 2019 Football State Championships for outstanding sportsmanship all year. The 2019 NC Farm Bureau Sportsmanship Awards for the 2019 4A Football State Championship Game Mark Charnot from Cardinal Gibbons and Brendan Conway from East Forsyth.


  • 77 Hornet said,

    So why is a private school allowed in the public school association?

  • Andy Durham said,

    Nothing really new, has been around for a while…

    Charlotte Catholic, private school playing public and have been for 40-50 years and the Charlotte Catholic Cougars just won their 3rd straight title today, defeating Southern Nash(3-A)…

    Cardinal Gibbons private playing public and have been for 20-25 years and Bishop McGuinness private playing public and have been for at least 15 years…

    It sort of grows on you and we will probably see more of it, at least the addition of more schools joining the NCHSAA with the wide increase of the Charter schools…Have public fundings, but operate more like private schools in their admission policies…

  • Page Alum said,

    Private schools aren’t really that good when it comes to football, public schools can usually compete as you see east Forsyth won, private schools are more dominant in basketball