Friday, December 4, 2009

Friday's football playoff scores / highlights

WEST: Butler 38, Independence 14 (final)
EAST: Fayetteville Britt 39, Wake Forest-Rolesville 7 (final)

WEST: Asheville Reynolds 9, Greensboro Dudley 8 (final)
EAST: Wilm. New Hanover at Harnett Central, 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

WEST: South Point 35, Anson Senior 21 (final)
EAST: South Johnston 33, Southern Nash 32 (final, OT)

WEST: West Rowan 38, Waynesville Tuscola 29 (final)
EAST: Eastern Alamance 24, Havelock 6 (final)

WEST: Newton-Conover 17, Salisbury 10 (final, OT)
EAST: Reidsville 26, Kinston 0 (final)

WEST: Mountain Heritage 51, Lexington 13 (final)
EAST: Tarboro 28, East Bladen 22 (final)

WEST: Albemarle 31, West Montgomery 0 (final)
EAST: Southwest Onslow 42, Goldsboro 6 (final)

WEST: Mount Airy 27, Robbinsville 26 (final)
EAST: Wallace-Rose Hill 46, North Edgecombe 14 (final)

Championship games, at Columbia's Williams-Brice Stadium:

Duncan Byrnes vs. Roebuck Dorman, noon Sat.

Berkeley 33, Northwestern 24 (final)

Clinton vs. Myrtle Beach, 6 p.m. Sat.

Pageland Central vs. Dillon, 3 p.m. Sat.
Anson Senior, trailing 28-0, scored two touchdowns in 10 seconds to cut South Point's lead to 28-14 in the fourth quarter.

West Rowan's Kevin Parks ran for his third touchdown, and the Falcons lead Tuscola 23-7.

Christian LeMay's third touchdown pass - and second to Anthony Short - gives Butler a 28-14 lead against Independence early in the third quarter.

Northwestern's Justin Worley has two touchdown passes to Robert Joseph, and the Trojans are tied at 14 against Berkeley.

South Point takes a 21-0 lead against Anson Senior on Ramon Costner's 42-yard scoring catch from Josh Justice.

South Point's Josh Justice ran for his second touchdown (a 19-yarder) for a 14-0 lead against Anson Senior.

Independence's Kyle Gregg caught his second touchdown pass, this one a 9-yarder from Anthony Carrothers, to cut Butler's lead to 21-14.

Not much offense in the Newton-Conover/Salisbury game...the teams have combined for 140 yards in the first half. The lone completed pass came on a fake punt, when Newton-Conover's Spencer Linquist completed a 12-yarder.
Linquist kicked a 41-yard field goal. ... Salisbury's David Simons kicked a 30-yard field goal.

Butler's Christian LeMay threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Short, and the Bulldogs lead 21-7 against Independence.

Independence's Kyle Gregg scored on a 3-yard run to trim Butler's lead to 14-7 in the second quarter.

Anson Senior has three first-half turnovers, each in South Point territory. South Point leads 7-0 at halftime.

Butler's Nate Charest caught a 26-yard touchdown pass from Christian LeMay. Bulldogs lead 14-0 against Independence in the second quarter.

No surprise about West Rowan's first touchdown. Running back Kevin Parks, North Carolina's career rushing leader, scored his 51st touchdown this season.

Butler's Deion Walker scored on a 3-yard run for a 7-0 lead against Independence.

South Point scored five plays into the game against Anson Senior, on Josh Justice's 37-yard run.

- Cliff Mehrtens