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2017 Pigskin Photos in Albums !!!!

2017 NCHSAA FINALIZED Football Brackets

https://www.nchsaa.org/sports/football

 2017-18 NCHSAA Average Daily Membership Numbers

  http://www.nchsaa.org/sites/default/files/FINAL201718_ADM_0.pdf

2017 CHARLOTTE HOOPS CHALLENGE
 https://www.charlottehoopschallenge.com/

 Charlotte Hoops Challenge: Providence Day vs. Cox Mill By Kyle Grice


The Providence Day Chargers are facing the NCHSAA 3A state champions in back-to-back years. Although it is not the same team, this school IS in the same county, and the same conference. Phillip O. Berry Academy’s gymnasium will host the Battle of the Chargers, Cox Mill and Providence Day, as part of the Charlotte Hoops Challenge in the final game of the high-profile event. Providence Day comes into CHC-8 after falling to Wesleyan Christian in the NCISAA state playoffs last spring. Cox Mill steps on the court as defending state champions, a title that Jay M. Robinson held last season as they lost to Providence Day in a sold-out crowd at Rocky River High School. Providence Day head coach Brian Field has his troops ready for action, and most of the players from last year are returning for at least another year. The 2016-17 squad’s starters included Devon Dotson, Trey Wertz, and Isaac Suffren. Dotson, a Kansas commit, looks to lead PDS alongside Santa Clara commit Wertz at guard positions. Suffren, who is still uncommitted, joins the duo as a viable member of the Chargers’ defense. Cox Mill has plenty of experience in their starting five, including two nationally ranked athletes in Wendell Moore and Rechon “Leaky” Black. Moore, a junior, led the USA national team in the FIBA Americas Championship after he received Player of the Year in North Carolina. Black returns to Cabarrus County (played for Concord High School prior to yesteryear) after playing a season at Montverde Academy in Florida. 2 Caleb Stone-Carrawell, a junior whose father played for Duke, is highly recruited as well; he is attracting interest from schools like ECU and South Carolina. Other projected starters are 6’8 Tyzhuan Claude and elusive guard Cody Cline, with three-point specialist Joel Hall coming off the bench. The possibility that four of the five starters will be no less than six and 6’6 is very real for coach Jody Barbee’s Chargers. This game could be decided in an overtime period in front of a sold-out crowd in North Charlotte. But we can guarantee that this game will be watched closely by college coaches.

 

Cox Mill to play in prestigious Beach Ball Classic Dec. 26th through Dec. 30th  2017

 http://www.beachballclassic.com/

 

NC/SC Shrine Bowl 81st Annual Game
Saturday December 16,2017
Kickoff 2 pm
Gibbs Stadium Wofford College
Spartanburg, SC

http://shrine-bowl.com/

 

 MAXPREPS RANKINGS OVERVIEW :FAQ

  https://www.nchsaa.org/sites/default/files/attachments/MaxPrepsRankFAQ.pdf

 

NCHSAA FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9TH

1A 12:00 PM
1AA 2:30 PM
NC STATE
CARTER FINLEY
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2A 5 PM
2AA 7:30 PM

UNC
KENAN STADIUM
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3A 12:00 PM
3AA 2:30 PM
DUKE
BROOKS FIELD @ WALLACE WADE STADIUM
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4A 12:00 PM
4AA 2:30 PM
WAKE FOREST
BB&T STADIUM