2nd Round High School Football Scores, November 20

High school football scores from the 2nd round of the North Carolina state playoffs for Friday November 20th.

Friday's Scores
By The Associated Press
(1) Wake Forest-Rolesville 42, (8) Garner 8
(3) Fayetteville Britt 36, (11) Raleigh Leesville Road 8
(5) Fuquay-Varina 41, (4) Southern Pines Pinecrest 7
(7) Lumberton 31, (2) Wilmington Hoggard 10
(1) Matthews Butler 70, (8) West Forsyth 16
(12) East Mecklenburg 47, (4) Charlotte Olympic 13
(2) Richmond County 40, (10) Charlotte Providence 32
(6) Charlotte Independence 49, (3) Charlotte Mallard Creek 20
(1) Southern Durham 24, (8) Raleigh Athens Drive 21
(2) Harnett Central 27, (7) Southeast Raleigh 21, OT
(3) Apex Middle Creek 24, (6) Durham Hillside 19
(5) New Hanover County 26, (4) Fayetteville Sanford 23, 2 OT
(2) Greensboro Dudley 21, (10) High Point Central 6
(4) Asheville Reynolds 25, (5) Alexander Central 16
(6) Monroe Sun Valley 33, (3) Jamestown Ragsdale 24
(8) Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 26, (1) Winston-Salem Reynolds 22
(1) South Johnston 35, (8) Rocky Mount 18
(11) Southern Nash 20, (3) Wilson Hunt 10
(12) Fayetteville Byrd 28, (4) West Brunswick 7
(2) Hope Mills Gray's Creek 23, (10) Pikeville Aycock 13
(1) Northern Guilford 49, (9) Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 9
(12) Anson County 10, (13) Shelby Crest 3
(3) Kannapolis Brown 45, (11) Asheville Erwin 27
(7) Belmont South Point 24, (2) Gastonia Forestview 21
(1) Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 21, (9) China Grove Carson 15
(2) Hertford County 54, (7) Western Alamance 10
(3) Havelock 27, (6) East Rowan 7
(5) Eastern Alamance 35, (4) West Craven 7
(1) Lenoir Hibriten 40, (8) Concord 6
(2) West Rowan 38, (10) R-S Central 0
(3) Asheville 49, (6) Franklin 14
(4) Waynesville Tuscola 31, (5) Lawndale Burns 22
(3) Reidsville 66, (6) Bunn 6
(5) Pittsboro Northwood 21, (4) South Granville 20
(7) Jacksonville Northside at (2) SouthWest Edgecombe, ppd.
(9) Kinston 17, (1) East Duplin 14
(3) East Lincoln 28, (6) West Stokes 6
(5) Canton Pisgah 24, (4) Marshville Forest Hills 21
(7) Newton-Conover 33, (2) Catawba Bandys 14
(8) Salisbury 34, (1) Shelby 26
(1) East Bladen 50, (8) Louisburg 21
(5) Siler City Jordan-Matthews 44, (4) Fairmont 26
(6) Tarboro 45, (3) Roanoke Rapids 7
(7) Whiteville 46, (2) Kill Devil Hills First Flight 20
(2) Burnsville Mountain Heritage 51, (10) Eastern Randolph 14
(4) Thomasville 13, (5) Polk County 10, OT
(6) Lincolnton 16, (3) Winston-Salem Carver 14
(9) Lexington 22, (1) Boonville Starmount 21
(1) Southwest Onslow 17, (8) Warsaw Kenan 6
(14) Rocky Point Trask 42, (11) Gates County 14
(2) Goldsboro 41, (7) Southeast Halifax 8
(4) Pender County 56, (5) Ayden-Grifton 13
(1) Albemarle 35, (8) Murphy 28
(3) Hendersonville 22, (11) East Wilkes 12
(4) Swain County 27, (5) Bessemer City 14
(7) West Montgomery 17, (2) Monroe 14
(4) Wallace-Rose Hill 49, (5) Williamston 6
(6) Jones County 13, (3) Weldon 12
(7) North Edgecombe 40, (2) Creswell 6
(9) Plymouth 18, (1) Manteo 12
(1) Mt. Airy 39, (9) West Columbus 14
(2) Elkin 26, (10) North Duplin 0
(3) Robbinsville 46, (6) South Stanly 7
(4) Princeton 21, (5) Hobbton 13

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  • by Paul Location: Manteo on Dec 10, 2009 at 08:25 AM
    First and foremost, I have to congratgulate the Plymouth Vikings on pulling off a big one down here in Manteo, giving Manteo the only loss all year, the worst time to lose your first one. It was huge for them and it was quite a heartbeaker for my son and his teammates. He was upset to see his high school football career come to that kind of end. As far as all the trash talk from people, it's just a game, not like its life or death. The rest of the way, I'll pull for schools here out of the east, more for the schools that have guys going to ECU to play football.
  • by www.coryfurlough.com Location: Creswell on Dec 8, 2009 at 07:24 PM
    ADM stands for Average Daily Membership so evidently it accounts for those that drop out and come in.
  • by OldSKool Location: Down east on Dec 7, 2009 at 05:15 PM
    Coryfurlough, THANK YOU!!! ADM is short for?
  • by www.coryfurlough.com Location: Creswell on Dec 4, 2009 at 07:26 AM
    Oldskool, since no one answered your question as a sports photojournalist I will be glad to let you know how the playoffs are actually formed. To make the playoff brackets the NCHSSA takes the 64 teams that qualify out of Class 1A as a whole and look at their ADM numbers only! The schools are listed by size from top to bottom. The top 32 are 1AA, and the bottom 32 are 1A. Then they split the state in half by east and west depending on the 32 teams in each divison. The 16 most schools to the west make the west bracket, and vice versa for the east. So there is your 16 team field for 1A and 1AA. Every year the schools who qualify change so in turn the cut off changes. One year you may be a 1A, the next 1AA like Wallace-Rose Hill was this year where they fell to the top of the 1A with 540. So that is why their is no exact ADM number to make you a 1A/AA but over the last few years the average ADM has been 540 or so being the cutoff number. More than likely you all will be 1AA with your ADM's
  • by Baker Location: Williamston on Dec 1, 2009 at 08:19 PM
    Sit down junior. If you can't beat out a interception throwing pretender, they better find somebody eeelllllsssssseeee!!!!! bayhka!!!
  • by Tiger Player Location: williamston on Dec 1, 2009 at 07:38 AM
    im the best quarterback they got after Luke and im playing jv and varsity next year and i want you to know that if we are 1AA then when we play the jv and varsity teams yall goin to see me throw all on yall and run all over them 1AA schools and i led the jv williamston tigers to a jv championship and i will do the same thing for the Riverside Knights and watch yall gone to be like shoot that jv quarterback is nice
  • by OldSKool Location: Down East on Nov 30, 2009 at 04:18 PM
    Coach, you appear knowlegable on the subject. So how is the count arrived at. That Is the Question? ADM's??? Is there some subjectivity outside of the numbers that come into play as to who is 1A and who is 1AA? Where I'm going is if the the cut off is 550 and a school is at 530 then I would think that said school would play 1A. I take it from your post ther is more to it than just the numbers. and I would be interested in knowing what the varible are. Just asking?
  • by Coach Location: NE NC on Nov 29, 2009 at 08:58 PM
    Old skool - if I were you, I would stop posting anything on this story. You don't know anything about it, but you just keep saying stuff that don't make any sense. You're depending on your memory of a graduation ceremony two years ago, your estimate from that evening of how many kids walked and a bunch of uneducated assumptions. You know nothing about the ADM's or how it is decided who will be in 1A and who gets put in 1AA. You and Tiger Pride need to put your heads together and see if you can come up with an idea that is based on something at least close to the facts. Looking at the bright side, if you wait just a year of two, white flight will take care of the numbers problem for you and put you back in 1A. At least for the next couple of years, maybe three or four, you are going to experience getting dragged up and down a field by programs far superior to yours. Only a fool keeps arguing about something he has obviously gotten in over his head in. Use that UNC ed to find an exit!
  • by Get FACTS Location: Jamesville on Nov 27, 2009 at 03:04 PM
    "Old Skool", your parents money was obviously wasted if they sent you to UNC. If you had any common sense you would be able to figure out that senior, graduating classes are never as big as the other groups, by the time they are seniors, the quiters have already had time to quit. Your ignorant statement about Fed and State funds has nothing to do with this. Duh, what idiot thinks that kids move away and none move in? I know there is a negative flow in Williamston but it is not just a steady stream out with none coming in, nothing you say makes sense yet again. If you are college educated you are the most common sense challeged turd I have ever encountered in my life. For you to call someone else a fool shows your stupidity. I don't know how it got past the moderator unless Barney Frank, who is about as silly as you, is guest moderating again. Again with the "I must assume" garbage. ASSuming makes you into one. The cutoff fluctuates, only a fool wouldn't know that.
  • by OldSKool Location: Down East on Nov 26, 2009 at 08:33 PM
    Get Facts, I went to my child's graduation two years ago and less than 100 kids walked. So I must assume that the state counts all the dropouts (of which there is no shortage of around here. I on the other hand graduated from UNC and can read, write and can spell cat without being given the c and the a. However I do pay taxes and if the numbers are intentionally inflated to garner more funds from the Federal or State to be wasted on these dropouts, well that is fraud and needs to be investigated. The School count should only count the students that are actually attending classes not the ones that moved, chosen to attend private schools, quit, etc, etc. Also I'm sure Get Facts is your given NAME. You are a Fool, Does anyone KNOW the cut off Number?? EXACTLY?????

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