Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Complete NCHSAA/NCISAA football playoff pairings

N.C. High School Football Playoff Pairings
Here are western pairings by overall seed
4AA West: No. 14 Lake Norman (5-5) at No. 3 Mallard Creek (9-1); No. 10 Myers Park (6-4) at No. 8 Vance (8-2); No. 11 West Meck (8-2) at No. 7 Hough (9-1); No. 13 McDowell (7-3) at No. 4 Olympic (6-4)
4AA Midwest: No. 16 West Forsyth (5-5) at No. 1 Butler (10-0); No. 9 NW Guilford (7-3) at No. 6 Independence (9-1); No. 12 Rocky River (7-3) at No. 5 Page (6-4); No. 15 Providence (5-5) at No. 2 East Forsyth (10-0)

4A West: No. 16 Hopewell (4-6) at No. 1 South Caldwell (10-0); No. 8 Sun Valley (7-3) at No. 5 Skyland Roberson (9-1); No. 10 Alexander Central (5-5) at No. 4 AC Reynolds (8-2); No. 14 Watauga (5-5) at No. 3 Porter Ridge (9-1)
4A Midwest: No. 15 Western Guilford (4-6) at No. 2 North Davidson (10-0); No. 11 Reagan (8-2) at No. 9 Dudley (6-4); No. 12 Ragsdale (7-3) at No. 7 Davie Co. (8-2); No. 13 Mount Tabor (5-5) at No. 6 HP Central (9-1)

3AA West: No. 16 Berry (4-6) at No. 1 South Point (10-0); No. 10 Ashbrook (6-4) at No. 4 Crest (9-1); No. 12 Asheville (6-4) at No. 6 Erwin (7-3); No. 15 Enka (5-5) at No. 3 Statesville (10-0)
3AA Midwest: No. 14 Ledford (5-5) at No. 2 Hickory Ridge (10-0); No. 9 North Forsyth (6-4) at No. 8 AL Brown (8-2); No. 11 Cox Mill (7-3) at No. 5 Weddington (8-2); No. 13 Marvin Ridge (6-4) at No. 4 Charlotte Catholic (9-1)

3A West: No. 14 Hunter Huss (5-5) at No. 1 East Henderson (10-0); No. 6 Franklin (8-2) at No. 4 Freedom (9-1); No. 7 Hibriten (7-3) at No. 3 Hickory (7-3); No. 13 Forestview (7-3) at No. 2 Burns (8-2)
3A Midwest: No. 16 McMichael (4-6) at No. 5 Concord (8-2); No. 11 NE Guilford (7-3) at No. 10 West Rowan (8-2); No. 12 Central Cabarrus (7-3) at No. 9 Rockingham County (8-2); No. 15 Carson (4-6) at No. 8 East Rowan (6-4)

2AA West: Ashe County (4-6) at No. 3 Newton-Conover (8-2); No. 13 East Burke (5-5) at No. 10 Bandys (7-3); No. 14 West Lincoln (5-5) at No. 7 South Iredell (9-1); No. 15 Smoky Mountain (4-6) at No. 6 Pisgah (5-5)
2AA Midwest: No. 12 Piedmont (5-5) at No. 1 Andrews (9-1); No. 8 North Surry (8-2) at No. 5 West Stokes (6-4); No. 9 Central Davidson (6-4) at No. 4 Forest Hills (8-2); No. 11 Cuthbertson (6-4) at No. 2 Salisbury (8-2)

2A West: No. 16 Mountain Heritage (4-6) at No. 3 Madison (9-1); No. 13 Owen (5-5) at No. 12 Draughn (5-5); No. 14 E. Rutherford (5-5) at No. 9 Polk Co. (8-2); No. 15 Chase (5-5) at No. 5 Shelby (6-4)
2A Midwest: No. 11 Wheatmore (5-5) at No. 1 E. Lincoln (10-0); No. 7 Carver (5-5) at No. 6 Starmount (9-1); No. 8 Thomasville (4-6) at No. 4 Maiden (8-2); No. 10 Lincolnton (6-4) at No. 2 Wilkes Central (9-1)

1AA West: No. 16 East Wilkes (2-8) at No. 1 Swain Co. (10-0); No. 12 Cherryville (4-6) at No. 10 West Wilkes (4-6); No. 13 Avery County at No. 4 Lake Norman Charter (9-1); No. 14 N. Wilkes (3-7) at No. 3 Hendersonville (10-0)
1AA Midwest: No. 15 Central Academy (2-8) at No. 2 Mount Airy (10-0); No. 8 W. Montgomery (6-4) at No. 7 North Rowan (8-2); No. 9 East Surry (5-5) at No. 6 South Stokes (8-2); No. 11 Bishop McGuinness (4-6) at No. 5 Monroe (8-2)

1A West: No. 15 Alleghany (3-7) at No. 2 Elkin (6-4); No. 8 Rosman (5-5) at No. 7 Thomas Jefferson (5-5); No. 10 Hayesville (4-6) at No. 5 Robbinsville (8-2); No. 14 Cherokee (3-7) at No. 3 Murphy (9-1)
1A Midwest: No. 16 South Robeson (3-7) at No. 1 Albemarle (10-0); No. 11 West Columbus (4-6) at No. 9 Union (4-6); No. 12 Chatham Central (4-6) at No. 6 South Stanly (8-2); No. 13 North Stokes (3-7) at No. 4 East Columbus (7-3)
Note: NCISAA private pairings are expected Sunday

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NCISAA Football
Here are Friday’s first round pairings
Division I: Charlotte Latin (5-5) at Charlotte Christian (7-3), 7; Providence Day (7-4) at Country Day (9-1), 7
Division II:
Wake Christian (2-8) at Christ School (10-0); Hickory Grove (6-4) at N. Raleigh (8-2); HP Christian (5-5) at Harrells (8-2); First Assembly (5-4) at Davidson Day (8-2)
Division III: Trinity Christian (2-6) at Victory Christian (6-3); Fayetteville Christian (5-5) at SouthLake (10-1)


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Pod system is a joke. Hibriten and Hickory playing in the first round for the second straight year? What a joke. They have the same record, play in the same conference, so a win in the conference schedule just means you get to host the same team at home 3 weeks later. It's ridiculous. Somebody in Chapel Hill needs to wake up.

Anonymous said...

West Charlote could be in the playoffs if the head coach wouldn't use one of Charlottes best tailbacks in a fullback position.Jett ran for over 700 yards in the first 6 games as a tailback this season. Last four games the coash had him at full back, REALLY COACH!

Anonymous said...

I am looking forward to the playoffs!

Anonymous said...

I agree, West Charlotte have the right talent to be a playoff team. Not sure about the Coaching Staff, a bit suspect to be honest. West Charlotte has a tradition to fight as one, somehow the coaches have manage to break the players spirits. Worst record ever, maybe because the coach is not building the future of the team. No JV team in the past two years, wow. I don't know all the players names but Jett, #2 and #5 = a tripple threat. Wake up coach.

Anonymous said...

West Meck will beat Hough, mark those words and understand why. Hough is soft, the offense lacks variety and they have no speed to get outside. West Meck will beat them by 10.

Anonymous said...

Hough is a better team than your personal comment indicates. They will do well in the playoffs if all their players play. Mallard Creek should also have an easy playoff run.

Anonymous said...

How could any group sit in on a conference and come up with something silly as this pod system ? It is the craziest thing they could have done pairing so many team from the same conference so early.Takes away all of the fun the playoffs.

J said...

The pod system isn't very good, but there are bigger problems in NC high school football playoffs - namely, everybody gets in. The concept of having 4 divisions for the regular season, then 8 in the playoffs is idiotic. I have always wondered why so many teams get in.

Let's compare NC to my native Ohio. The states are fairly equal in population. Up there, 192 teams make the playoffs - 6 divisions, 32 teams in each division. There is 1 school that managed to make the playoffs with a 4-6 record. There are 9 teams that are 6-4, and 2 teams that are 6-3. The other 180 teams all have 7 wins or more.

Here in NC, 256 teams make the playoffs - 8 divisions, 32 teams per division. There are 8 teams that are 5-5 JUST IN CLASS 4AA. There are 10 teams with .500 or losing records in class 1A.

First step in correcting the playoff pairings: eliminate the splitting of divisions. Second, reorganize the entire roster of teams into 6 divisions. Third, set up playoffs of 32 teams in each of the 6 divisions. Get rid of all these 3-7, 4-6 and 5-5 teams and make winning a state title actually mean something.

Anonymous said...

Providence Day will not repeat, they have ZERO running game.