Shelby tops Salisbury 34-0 to win NCHSAA 2-AA State Championship

Posted by Press Release on December 14, 2019 at under High School | Comments are off for this article

Salisbury (13-3) vs. Shelby (14-1)
Date: Dec 14, 2019 • Site: Winston-Salem, NC • Stadium: BB&T Field
Attendance: 1964
Final Score:Shelby 34, Salisbury 0

Score by Quarters 1 2   3 4   Total
Salisbury         0 0   0 0   0
Shelby            7 13  7 7   34
Qtr Time Scoring Play                                                                           V-H
1st 05:53 SHEL - Ja'hari Mitchell 4 yd run (Caden Sheely kick), 2-34 0:28                       0 - 7
2nd 10:32 SHEL - Ja'hari Mitchell 1 yd run (TEAM rush failed), 16-69 4:58                       0 - 13
05:19 SHEL - Diavonni Daley 38 yd pass from Isaiah Bess (Caden Sheely kick), 4-67 0:59          0 - 20
3rd 00:16 SHEL - Ja'hari Mitchell 6 yd run (Caden Sheely kick), 10-54 3:12                      0 - 27
4th 07:46 SHEL - Nick Stites 9 yd pass from Ja'hari Mitchell (Caden Sheely kick), 10-63 4:01    0 - 34

Kickoff time: 11:00 am • End of Game: 1:33 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:33
Officials: Referee: Harry Helmer; Umpire: Wilson Raynor; Linesman: Jay Dixon;
Line judge: Richard Moore; Back judge: Richard Frazier; Field judge: Harold Finn;
Side judge: Howard Hunter;
Temperature: 46 • Wind: W 5 • Weather: 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 2AA Championship are:

Runner-Up Salisbury Most Outstanding Defensive Player – Malaki Hamrick

Runner-Up Salisbury Most Outstanding Offensive Player – Isaiah Bess

Shelby Most Outstanding Defensive Player – Zae Clay
Shelby Most Outstanding Offensive Player – Mike McLean

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 Ja’hari Mitchell from Shelby High School.


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