Always loved that old Carpenters tune, “We’ve Only Just Begun”, and when Karen, with her brother Richard would belt out those chords, it almost made you break down and cry, but when you look up at the clock on the Scoreboard, it tells us when that “We Have Only Just Begun”, and even so, our season is almost halfway over…
Maybe the best lead-in for an article/post in modern day journalistic history…And you have it here on our Saturday Morning Rewind…Karen and Richard Carpenter have been reunited here on this Saturday morning, when in reality, Karen has been dead now for 40 years, but she is back here today, and we are back too, as another Saturday Morning Rewind rolls on in an upper octave level of Musical Tributation…
(Karen Anne Carpenter (March 2, 1950 – February 4, 1983)..But her memory lives on, here on The Rewind this morning…
In one of our regular Saturday morning traditions, we call on George Michael, from the George Michael Sports Machine, to hit the button and make the tapes move on/forward…
Friday Night Frenzy is the direction we alway go to first, it is the first Friday night football show on the menu…Just Kevin Connolly and Danny Harnden last night as Clare Goodwin was AWOL…
CLICK HERE…Where was Clare, she was not there….
Friday Football Fever with Amanda Ferguson, Jaylen Gilkey, Sydney Moore and Tim Buckley in there with some weather too, on NEWS 2 last night…And here you go with The Fever….
Triple H always would say, “Are You Ready, I said, Are You Ready?”…And we are now ready to bring you John Johnson and the WXII TV 12 High School Football Playbook for this Saturday morning….
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And as The Outlaw Jesse James, from the New Age Outlaws used to remind us, “You Better Tell Somebody”, and that is what we do recommend, that you tell somebody that we have The Rewind on last night’s high school football games for you from GreensboroSports Radio…You can choose between the Eastern Guilford-Northeast Guilford game, or the Page-Southwest Guilford game…And we have men like Nile Harris, Don Tilley, Demetri Morrison and Woody Durham Jr. bringing you all of the action….ANDY has it for you brothers and sisters, and you can get it all now when you
CLICK HERE for GreensboroSports Radio….I looked up last night there in the press box at NEG, and the National Anthem singer for the football game was standing right beside me, letting it rip…Thought I was standing there listening to Frank Sinatra….WOW!!!!!
Let’s see how our PICKS did this week…
Picks for this week:
High Point Andrews…NO
*********How do you do, say hello to Mr. (10-2), but we are not through, there is more work to do on the 2022, I mean the 2023 Rags to Riches Rewind…..**********
++++++++++Attention grabbing Northwest Guilford numbers from last night’s 52-0 win over the Western Guilford Hornets…
And these are first half numbers only, as these guys did not play in the second half…NWG QB Tanner Ballou 7-9 for 108 yards and 3 TDs…WR Trent Cloud with 3 TD receptions…RB Malique Jones with 2 rushing TDs…++++++++++
++++++++++We have some National Record news, not News and Record news, but National Record news, coming from the HS OT at WRALSportsFan.com….+++++++++
National record falls: Hough kicker Nolan Hauser is all-time leader in field goals made
The new national record for career field goals is 57 and it belongs to Hough senior and Clemson commit Nolan Hauser.
from Nick Stevens , HighSchoolOT managing editor
Hough High School kicker Nolan Hauser’s name is all over the N.C. High School Athletic Association state record book, and now it will live in the national record book.
On Thursday night, Hauser hit a 48-yard field goal in the third quarter against North Mecklenburg to break the national record for most field goals made at 57.
Hauser’s 57th career field goal breaks the previous record of 56 held by Cole Hedlund of Argyle High School in Texas, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. Hauser tied the record in week two of the season with a game-winning field goal against Dutch Fork (SC).
from the HSOT at WRALSportFan.com/www.wralsportsfan.com
No. 4 East Forsyth survives test against Reagan
The Eagles pulled out a victory despite trailing most of the game.
from Joel Bryant at HS OT…..
The East Forsyth Eagles improved to 4-0 on the season after pulling away late from Reagan. The Raiders from the other side of Forsyth County led almost the entire game.
It was a huge test for the Eagles as Reagan is a solid team and it was the first Central Piedmont 4A Conference matchup of the season.
The game started and effectively ended with plays by Eagle senior Kai Mitchell.
Mitchell returned the opening kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown. When Reagan had a chance to go on a tying drive late in the fourth quarter, Mitchell jumped a route and picked off a pass from Jacob Smith.
Junior UNC quarterback commit Bryce Baker threw for two touchdown passes, including an 80-yard beauty to Josh Alston in the second quarter.
Reagan sophomore quarterback Jacob Smith impressed with three touchdown passes. One pass was for a 17-yard score, another for 29 yards, and the third for 51 yards/
East Forsyth’s defense was able to limit Smith and Reagan with a stifling pass rush in the second half.
East Forsyth (4-0 overall, 1-0 Central Piedmont 4A) is set to travel to Davie County next week to continue conference play. Reagan (0-4, 0-1 Central Piedmont 4A) will host Glenn next Friday.
Mallard Creek Mustangs fall to (1-3) after their 17-15 loss to West Charlotte….
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