Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday night football updates

INJURY UPDATE: Charlotte Catholic quarterback Danny Reyes, taken off the field on a stretcher, has a back injury....Coach Jim Oddo said after the game he didn't know how long Reyes would be out.

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FINAL: Charlotte Latin 34, Charlotte Catholic 7
Latin's Sam Spence passed for 194 yards and a touchdown, and ran for 54 yards and a score.

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FINAL: Butler 38, Richmond Senior 31.
Enjoy the bus ride home from Rockingham, Bulldogs.
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Butler stops Richmond on downs. Takes over with 1:18 left.
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Richmond 4th and 8 at its 40 with 1:26 left

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Butler scored its 21st unanswered point...takes a 38-31 lead at Richmond.

Nate Charest 41-yard touchdown pass from Christian LeMay, 2:18 to play. LeMay 11-of-21 passing, 316 yards and four touchdowns, and one rushing score.

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Butler stops Richmond on downs at its 47. Takes over.... 3:14 to play

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Butler ties Richmond Senior with second straight touchdown.
Christian LeMay's 58-yard pass to Anthony Short tied it at 31 with 8:37 to play in Richmond. It was the third touchdown hookup for LeMay and Short.

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Butler's Anthony Short caught a 19-yard touchdown pass from Christian LeMay to trim Richmond's lead to 31-24. Short has 126 yards receiving, 51 rushing and two touchdowns.

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Ouch !
Butler has a 47-yard touchdown called back for holding; Richmond also had a TD nullified earlier.

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Quayshawn Dumas' 6-yard touchdown catch from Tedarrius Wiley on third and goal from the 6 gives Richmond a 31-17 lead against Butler with 11 minutes left.

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Berry cuts Forest Hills' lead to 27-19 with 4:12 left on Germone Hopper's 19-yard touchdown run...he's got 102 receiving yards and 89 rushing yards (two TDs total).

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Chandler Conner's 35-yard field goal gives Richmond a 24-17 lead against Butler with 2:54 left in the third quarter.

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Mallard Creek 40, Garinger 0....Cameron Stephenson scored on a 45-yard interception return, 10:55 left

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Ardrey Kell 21, Weddington 10, end of second.... Casey Lang's 57-yard field goal for Weddington was the fourth-longest in state history.
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Vance leads Sun Valley 28-10 (nine minutes left).
Big passing night for Vance's Jalen Latter, who is 7-of-14 for 242 yards and four touchdowns.

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Forest Hills 27, Berry 12 (end of third quarter)

Berry's Germone Hopper scored on a 9-yard run, and has 86 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards.

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Latin leads Catholic 24-0...Catholic quarterback Danny Reyes is being taken out of the game on a stretcher....

Reyes appeared to get hit in the neck area

Latin's Sam Spence has passed for 121 yards and rushed for 52....he has a 52-yard scoring pass to Davis Austin.

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Butler rallies

Nate Charest caught a 54-yard pass from Christian LeMay...LeMay then scored on a 3-yard run.

Halftime: Richmond leads 21-17....The Raiders have 265 yards to Butler's 199.
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Independence 21, West Charlotte 0, halftime.
Patriots score twice in final 3:04 of second quarter, including 69-yard pass from Anthony Carrothers to Kierre Brown with no time remaining. Patriots running back Nyjee Fleming has 93 yards on 13 carries at the break.

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VANCE TIES STATE AND NATIONAL RECORD....well, INTERNATIONAL, too.
The Cougars scored on a 99-yard touchdown pass (the longest possible) from Jalen Latter to Dechane Durante, and lead 21-7 against Sun Valley midway through the third quarter.

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Uh-oh, it might be slipping away from Butler.
Richmond grabs 21-10 lead on Walter Ellerbe's 1-yard touchdown run.
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Labarrian Jones' 21-yard touchdown run gives Richmond Senior a 14-10 lead against Butler. Richmond has 11 first downs; Butler has three.

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Anthony Short caught a 75-yard touchdwon pass from Christian LeMay, as Butler takes a 10-7 lead at Richmond Senior. There's 8:33 left in first half.

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Fast start !
Charlotte Latin leads Charlotte Catholic 14-0 after one quarter,
Sam Spence scored on a 25-yard touchdown run, and Jalen Ross scored on a 14-yard run.

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HALFTIME: Vance 14, Sun Valley 7
The Cougars (0-2) have already scored more than they did the first two games combined (10)....Jalen Latter is 5-of-9 passing for 110 yards and two touchdowns, both to Dechane Durante, who has three catches for 97 yards.

Sun Valley's Austin Smith scored on an 18-yard interception return.

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HALFTIME: Forest Hills 24, Berry 6
The running game is hurting Berry.

Forest Hills' Juanne Blount has 156 yards and two touchdowns on only six carries....teammate Canius Sturdivant has 77 yards and a touchdown on five carries....Forest Hills has 238 rushing yards.

Bright spots for Berry: Germone Hopper has run for 77 yards on 14 carries, and Jaquan Dupree has two receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown.
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Richmond goes for a fourth-and 1 at its 44. Walter Ellerbe gains 3 on agutsy call. Butler leads 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.
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Butler 3, Richmond Senior 0 (1st quarter)...Vaughn Bandy kicked a 27-yard field goal.
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Vance 14, Sun Valley 7 (two minutes before halftime)
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Forest Hills 21, Berry 6 (almost halftime)
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Forest Hills 14, Berry 0…..Forest Hill's Juanne Blount has 106 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
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Vance 7, Sun Valley 0…..12-yard touchdown pass from Jalen Latter to Dechante Durante.
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- Cliff Mehrtens

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

ardrey kell and weddington score?

Anonymous said...

South Meck Harding score???

Anonymous said...

How about some scores from other games? Butler isn't the only school in CMS and not everyone cares about Butler, Independence or Richmond - GIVE SCORES PLEASE!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the fair coverage - I'm glad I am informed about games I don't care about.

Jimmy said...

Final- Albemarle 14 Thomasville 13

Anonymous said...

Updates on 1 game. Typical Charlotte high school coverage. Boring!

Girl who loves football said...

Boy, you people sure are rude and nasty! How many games do you expect a couple of reporters can cover in one night? And to the person who complained about there being scores for one game -- apparently you can't read, either, because there are several games mentioned here. If it's so important to you, go the damn game yourself, or else quit your whining and wait till the morning when the hard copy of the paper comes out.

I'm so sick of reading all these obnoxious and negative comments from whiny people who obviously have nothing better to do than complain! You chronic complainers are exactly what's wrong with America these days!!!

Anonymous said...

All the fun comes to an end after this year at North as QB Clay will be gone to graduation and the new Cornelius HS opens taking half the team to expansionism. 2010 gonna be ugly. Mallard Creek will lose a lot too to the new school.

On the other side of town Indy and Butler will be hurt too and lose half their team to the new Mint Hill HS.

Dilution coming in 2010 in a big way ...

Anonymous said...

Yea yea yea, all the hype about Butler and Indy....Yea the Anthony Short, Nate Charest, anthony Carruthers are good at the high school level but can't even get a scholarship offer for the next level sooooo why all the hype. I know a kid who has been judged unfairly and doesn't even have tostep on the field to play this year and is still being recruited despite all the hate and lies about him from the high school coaches and the envious parents. Go Victor Hampton and remember that as many as there are that are hating there are just as many that are rooting for you. Life goes on and I am glad to see that you have moved on and are taking your visits to those colleges. I will continue to follow you and can't wait to see you play at the next level and do agree with Tom Knotts for once when he said that you are a Sunday afternoon player. Let your haters continue to be your motivators. Man didn't give you your talent and you are right to not let them think they can take it away. Kudos to you young man.

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I guess which team will win the cup this season, please give us some scores!