RE/MAX Revolution High School Football Saturday Morning Rewind and on to Round Three for Two of our Teams:Good read on Southeast Alamance Stallions remarkable season and Mook Reynolds(Northern Guilford HS) is their Defensive Coordinator

Grimsley at home next week vs. Hough, and Dudley at The Tarp vs. JM Robinson…

Our top two teams from Guilford County were the top two teams all season long for a reason, and they will keep marching on, as they hit Round Three of the 2023 NCHSAA Football Playoffs next Friday night….

As we rewind the tapes on George Michael’s Sports Machine equipment, why don’t we hit the Rewind Button on Dudley over Central Davidson, 48-6…
CLICK HERE to listen back to last night’s game, on GreensboroSports Radio…Don Tilley, Nile Harris, Don Moore, on the setups, with Coach Steven Davis from Dudley, Kordell Bartley from Dudley, Andrew/Drew Attmore II from Dudley, and Coach McIntosh from Central Davidson on the main concourse…You will hear from all of them during the course of the game, plus THE GAME, THE GAME, THE GAME…Be sure to check it out….

Next up on The Rewind, you should CLICK HERE to for Mike Fanning’s take on last night’s Grimsley victory over the Sun Valley Spartans…Grimsley rolls 56-24 in this roundup of the Round Two affair….

You can also hit up Mike with Mr. Fanning’s fantastic Takes, and he has Three Quick ones for you on the Grimsley-SV game, when you CLICK HERE

Also a good read, as you Rewind this passage, on the passing and running by the Dudley Panthers last evening, as they experienced their right of passage, into Round Three of the playoffs, with their convincing 48-6 rout of Central Davidson…Assignment football, and Dudley worked with that theme in mind, and they did a good job of just down right smothering the CD Spartans offense…It was the tightest offensive formation by Central Davidson that you will ever see, two-inch splits by their O-linemen and no wide receivers at all..But Dudley jumped on the pile and made sure that Central Davidson was not able to get the scrum load moving fast down the field…Dudley laid some major smacks, and came up with a solid attack, that never let the Spartans get rolling…A couple of early blocked punts also helped the Panthers’ defensive cause…
CLICK HERE to read the Football Finish from Friday night….

Now let’s get on to the real serious stuff on The Rewind….Time to hit the real Tale of the Tapes, and George is telling me, in not so many kind words, “To Get the Highlights Shows on the monitor”….

Yes Sir George, we have your porridge…For George we have his and Goldilocks’ porridge about to be poured and let’s see who scored….

The first show up was the Friday Football Frenzy on FOX 8 with Kevin Connolly and Clara Goodwin on the call last night…They begin at 11pm, so we hit them up first on The Rewind…
CLICK HERE for last night’s Frenzy show….

Next up we have the Friday Football Fever Show from WFMY News 2, and their staffers from Friday were Amanda Ferguson, Jaylen Gilkey, Chad Silber, and Sydney Moore…Tim Buckley standing by, with your Weekend Weather…
CLICK HERE for The FEVER…

We have for you the WXII TV 12 High School Football Playbook…John Johnson and the new face of WXII Sports, Chanel Porter is on board, riding along the board today…Chanel Porter, a super reporter and now on the scene for TV 14 minus two, and that would the crew at WXII TV 12…
CLICK HERE to open up The Playbook, with John and Chanel…They have a story to tell…

And now for more of the “Roll Call to the Football”….
**********Tony Aguilar and the Southeast Alamance Stallions get the job done big-time….Mook Reynolds(Northern Guilford HS) is the Defensive Coordinator for SE Alamance…**********
from Bob Sutton at the ALAMANCE NEWS/www.alamancenews.com

Special to The Alamance News

Already racking up accomplishments for a first-year school, Southeast Alamance’s inaugural football season became a lot more special Friday night.

The Stallions scored a tie-breaking touchdown with 1:04 left to stun host Cummings 21-14 in the second round of the Class 2-A state playoffs.

“It was just us stepping up and making plays,” receiver/defensive back Tyron Squires said.

It marked the end of the spectacular high school career of Cummings multi-purpose back Jonathan Paylor.

No. 24 seed Southeast (8-4), which never led until scoring the last touchdown, goes to top-seeded Clinton (12-0), a 56-15 winner against Beddingfield, for the third round next week.

Friday night’s outcome in Burlington avenged a 47-14 Cummings road victory from two weeks earlier in a result that gave the Cavaliers a share of the Mid-Carolina Conference championship and left the Stallions in third place.

“We learned so much from that loss,” Tony Aguilar said. “We decided we needed to be more sound (defensively) in the box.”

The Stallions adjusted and executed.

“We just fixed all those mistakes from last time,” quarterback Ryan Dodson said. “We all knew what we did wrong the first time,” he added.

Running back Daniel Bunker scored on two touchdown runs for Southeast.

Cummings (9-3) was held to a season-low point total. Paylor scored seven touchdowns in the first meeting with Southeast, but he was limited in this game, wearing a brace on his left shoulder.

His remarkable high school career is over, but bright college future awaits Cummings’ Jonathan Paylor at N.C. State: https://alamancenews.com/breaking-fri-night-cummings-jonathan-paylor-makes-decision-on-college-football-choice/

Aguilar refused to be discouraged after the regular-season meeting. Defensive coordinator Mook Reynolds(Northern Guilford HS) found solutions.

“I told our defensive staff we’re going to see them down the road, or even if it was next year,” Aguilar said. “They came up with a great game plan, and I think our defense trusted it and believed in it. And held them to 14 points, which is crazy.”
CLICK HERE to read More on the Southeast Alamance Stallions remarkable season, from Bob Sutton…+++++++++++
CLICK HERE for Southern Alamance over Jacksonville from the Alamance News(Bob Sutton)….

++++++++++PLUS We have Charlotte Independence topping East Forsyth from the HS OT site…++++++++++
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Fayetteville 71st past Burlington Williams from the HS OT…
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Connor Creech leading Oak Grove Grizzlies over Pisgah from the HS OT…
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CLICK HERE for Murphy laying it hard on the Villains of Bishop McGuinness last night, in Kernersville….Also from the HS OT and their lead man, Nick Stevens….