Friday, August 20, 2010

Friday night scores and updates

Butler 27, Mt. Tabor 14 (FINAL): Jahwan Edwards' 28-yard run with 8:30 to play gives the Bulldogs some breathing room. Ferguson hit Deion Walker with a 64-yard TD pass in the 3rd. Walker had an earlier 6-yard TD run for Butler. Mt. Tabor scores on 75-yard run from Blyre. Butler with a key stop on Tabor on 4th-and-goal. Bulldogs, ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation, have school-record 15-game win streak.

Richmond 31, Providence 21 (FINAL): And just like that, Richmond's Walter Ellerbe scored on a 15-yard run with 5:29 left. Minutes before, Chris Williams scored on a 12-yard TD run with 8:43 in the fourth to give Providence the lead. Chandler Conner kicked a 23-yard FG for Richmond in the third. J.J. Strohman catches a 15-yard pass from Laron Ellerbe before half tied it up for Richmond. Earlier, the Panthers scored on a 41-yard halfback pass from Xander Maddox to Alex Blackwell.

Mallard Creek 26, Independence 6 (FINAL):
Marquise Williams has 104 yards rushing a 202 yards passing midway through the fourth quarter. Williams scored his 3rd TD (2nd passing) on a 36-yard pass to Kevin Asante. Jamel Harbison caught a 22-yard TD pass and Williams added a 6-yard TD run; Evan Guest with a 1-yard TD plunge for Indy. Indy with 119 total yards at half (Fyjee Fleming 44 yards on 14 carries). Mallard Creek with 179 total yards. Last year's score, 42-41 Indy.

Catholic 40, South Meck 25 (FINAL):
Catholic has 297 yards rushing on 29 carries at the end of 3, including Steve Bevilacqua with 153 yards on 9 carries (and TD runs of 4, 66 and 56 yards). Catholic's Alex Sabates with an 11-yard TD run. South Meck's Demario Johnson scored 3 TDs for South Meck (2 catching, 1 running) and finished with 6 receptions for 149 yards.

Myers Park 10, Garinger 8 (FINAL):
Miller Snyder hit a 29-yard FG for the Mustangs. Garinger scored on 23-yard TD pass from Ronnie Stinson to John Brockington. Extra point missed. Garinger missed 2 field goals (32, 20) in last two minutes of the first half after a pair of Myers Park turnovers. Myers Park's Blaine Anderson connected on a 36-yard TD pass to WR Napoleon Belk.

West Charlotte 43, East Meck 7 (FINAL): Scoot Simmons scored a hat trick (runs of 43, 15 and 13 yards) to lead West Charlotte. Arti Holmes returned an interception for 85 yards to cap off the scoring. East Meck scored on a Desmond Covington fumble recovery.

Waddell 14, North Gaston 7 (FINAL): Xavier Stowe with a 2-yard TD run for N. Gaston in the 3rd. Ryan Herbin with TDs of 43 and 63 yards).

Sun Valley 42, Gastonia-Ashbrook 6 (4th): J. Williams with a 55-yard interception return for a TD.

West Rowan 56, Central Cabarrus 0 (FINAL): Desmond Jackson had 98 yards on 6 carries for 2 TDs. Dinkin Miller 78 yards, 8 carries, 2 TDs. West Rowan's B.J. Sherrill is 6-for-15, for 129 yards, TD pass, plus a TD run.

Olympic 28, North Meck 14 (FINAL): Jordan Chambers-Blair catches a 44-yard pass from Cason Beatty with 1:39 left to seal it for Olympic. N. Meck pulled within 21-14 with 2:39 left on a Mike Irvin 11-yard TD pass to Rashaan Brown. Sterling West scored on a 20-yard TD run with 6:16 in the fourth. Raheim Jennings has 2 TD runs. North Meck returned a kickoff for a TD.

Porter Ridge 28, Monroe 0 (FINAL): Javote Truesdale scored twice (14 and 63 runs) and Lee McNeill added a pair of TD passes for Porter Ridge, who jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the first.

Charlotte Christian 14, Carolina Pride 13 (3rd): Christian QB Simms McElfresh scored an early TD.

Hopewell 13, West Meck 2 (2nd):
Hopewell returned an early fumble for a score.

Davidson Day Basketball: Star Bernard Sullivan, a 6-foot-8 senior who played three years of basketball at North Meck before transferring, has reportedly committed to Clemson.


Anonymous said...

I really hope they show that 336 yard TD pass on all the highlights (Mallard Creek vs. Independance report).

Anonymous said...

First step taken...
Catholic is BACK!

latest sports news said...

I agree with you there mate.

Anonymous said...

catholic 40-13 :05 left in third

Anonymous said...

Sad that Indy coaches and players wouldn't shake hands after the game....real unsportsman conduct..........really? so every team they beat showed respect over the years, but now they play this...real sad

Anonymous said...

When the other team's assistant coach has been recruiting your players you would do the same. The Observer reported on this last night. Once the assistant is investigated and fired, this game should be forfeited.

Anonymous said...

Latin will destroy catholic again this year...and wreck ur QB...again

Anonymous said...

Waddell has 2 "d's"...go Raiders!

Anonymous said...

Porter Ridge 49
Monroe 7

Anonymous said...

Watching Grandpa Wertz hop on and off off and on and on and off again on all these wagons is dizzying like playing musical chairs. Like watching a guy walk barefoot across red hot coals.

One thing you can say he def goes with the winner everytime after the fact of course. The consumate wagoneer.

Hes off the Butler wag for now obv since his qbs probs and of course IHS is history w/o his boy Knotts so it only leaves the Creek Ducks.

Cant wait till Garinger starts killing everyone again and he will be a hoppin over to be a Wildcat. Of course it may be a few more yrs when hes 95. Not too far off.