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Franklin rallies, knocks off Roberson
FRANKLIN For weeks leading up to Friday night's showdown, Franklin coach Fred Goldsmith had been saying the Roberson Rams are the team to beat in the Mountain Athletic Conference.
-Citizen Times

Butler breaks record Cougars blow past Freedom
ASHEVILLE It only took 45 seconds of Friday night's football game at Asheville High for Freedom to get a sample of the Cougars' eye-popping speed.
-Citizen Times

N. Buncombe edges out Enka in the end
WEAVERVILLE More than two dozen seniors promised a season to remember for North Buncombe's football program back in August.
-Citizen Times

Late fumble recovery helps Southern top Northern
DURHAM -- There was a standing-room only crowd at Southern's Spartans Stadium on Friday night, and at the end, nearly everyone was standing.
-The Herald Sun

Pirates pull out a miracle win
ROXBORO -- His legs cramping, Riverside's Marshall Williams needed the help of his teammates to limp off the field at one point in the fourth quarter.
-The Herald Sun

Jordan shuts down Hornets
DURHAM -- Jordan's defense put up two touchdowns and the offense clicked for nearly two dozen more points as Jordan rolled to a 36-12 victory at Hillside's Russell Blunt Stadium
-The Herald Sun

Pirates pull out a miracle win
ROXBORO -- His legs cramping, Riverside's Marshall Williams needed the help of his teammates to limp off the field at one point in the fourth quarter.
-The Herald Sun

Central Cabarrus blanks Mountaineers, 28-0
CONCORD — Host Central Cabarrus won the field-position battle throughout the contest and went on to deliver Kings Mountain a 28-0 defeat in non-conference football action Friday.
-The Shelby Star

Ashbrook denies Chargers the end zone in 13-12 upset
When Big South 3A Conference coaches were polled to pick a favorite for this year's football race, Crest was the unanimous choice.
-The Shelby Star

Brevard outlasts Shelby
BREVARD — For the first 14 minutes of Friday night's game between Shelby and Brevard, the visiting Golden Lions could do no wrong.
-The Shelby Star

Forestview scores on final play to nip Bulldogs, 32-31
LAWNDALE — When a football contest lasts more three hours and comes down to a single play, it's certainly exhausting for all concerned.
-The Shelby Star

Broughton 31, Millbrook 28
RALEIGH -- Broughton's "Comeback Caps" topped last week's showing by rallying to stun Millbrook in the Cap Seven 4-A opener for both teams.
-The News & Observer Recaps

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