HS Football Tonight 11/26/2010

Eastern Alamance(11-2) at Northeast Guilford(9-3) (NEG)
Northern Guilford(11-2) at Cardinal Gibbons(11-2) (NG)
High Point Central(9-4) at Davie County(7-6) (HPC)

We will have the NEG-Eastern Alamance game tonight on AM950 at 7pm and we will also have updates on Northern and High Point Central…..You can also follow the games at wpetam950.com and you can track all the scores with your cell phone or by your laptop, etc. at Greensborosports.com…..Don Moore will have the score…..

Other games that might get interesting will be WS Carver at Burlington Cummings, Lee County(with Burton Cates[ER]) at Durham Hillside, Matthews Butler at Richmond County could be huge for the Thanksgiving week travelers headed to Rockingham for the big game….Possobly, Mallard Creek vs. Charlotte Vance and it was being told earlier in the week, that Mallard Creek’s record setting quaterback, Marquise Williams may not play due to injury….Mallard Creek-Matthews Bulter next week would be ticket takers dream game/gate……


  1. Matthews Butler coach from the Charlotte Observer on tonight’s game at Richmond County:

    Butler coach Mike Newsome said he expects an “intense” atmosphere when his team plays an N.C. 4AA quarterfinal at Richmond Senior Friday.

    “It’s like I was telling the kids the other day, there’s more people from Richmond County than from Charlotte, probably, with us being such a transient town,” Newsome said. “Their families are coming home. Ours are leaving. People will want to go by and see the game. It’s the only game in town.”

    Newsome said he’s especially concerned with stopping Richmond’s shotgun triple-option offense.

    “You have to play assignment football,” Newsome said, “and you’re always worried if someone will miss an assignment or try to take someone elseselse’s. And the athletes they have running that offense is the biggest thing. I told my kids they tend to get better as the season wears on. In 2008, they were 4-3-1 and won the state championship. We’re going to go down there and have a battle.”

  2. Also from the Observer on the Mallard Creek QB Willimas being questionable:

    Mallard Creek quarterback Marquise Williams, a national player of the year candidate, hasn’t practiced this week and is questionable to start in Friday’s N.C. 4AA quarterfinal at home against rival Vance.

    Williams injured his left ankle early in the second quarter of last week’s 49-23 win over Ardrey Kell. Williams tried to run off the field after he injured himself, but fell down face first. He got up and got off the field. He only missed a few plays and finished the game.

    Mavericks coach Mike Palmieri said Williams is able to walk on his ankle, but not able to push off well. Williams did not practice Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.

    A 6-foot-4, 220-pound senior, Williams has throw for 3,034 yards and 45 touchdowns against just eight interceptions. He’s competed nearly 70 percent of his passes. He also has 1,147 yards rushing and 19 scores.

    Read more: http://obsprepspot.blogspot.com/2010/11/mallard-creek-qb-williams-questionable.html#ixzz16PgwXFRs

  3. Don’t think NE will beat EA, the Rams have not seen a defense, specifically a d-line, as good as the Eagles.

    Rams can’t afford to fall behind early in this game, or it could be a long night.

  4. From the Burlington Times-News on tonight’s game:


    In Class 3-A, Eastern Alamance hopes to charge into its third regional final in five years with a victory against host Northeast Guilford. … Eastern Alamance (11-2) earned its spot in the third round by thrashing visiting Mount Pleasant 31-13. … Northeast Guilford (9-3) knocked out South Johnston 42-35 in the second round. The Rams edged Williams 16-13 in the first round. … Northeast Guilford went unbeaten in the Mid-Piedmont Conference after starting the season 1-3. … The Rams should be a familiar face to area fans as it was a member of the Triad Conference during the last realignment with Western Alamance and Bartlett Yancey. … Eastern Alamance dropped a pair of Mid-State 3-A Conference game, but rattled off six-straight victories in dominant fashion. The Eagles’ victories have come by an average of 33.8 points per game during that span. … Eastern Alamance is 5-2 in its last seven road playoff games.

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