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5 min ago | The Robesonian
File photoWith the ability to catch, run or pass the football, Lumberton senior Josh Sheridan will continue to be a key cog in the Pirate offense as the team looks to make progress with its third head coach in a two-year span.
4 hrs ago | The Robesonian
With the new season comes a new batch of teams, but how do they all stack up? These are The Robesonian's Robeson County Power Rankings, compiled by Scott Schlaufman and Caleb Burggraaf.
7 hrs ago | Mt. Airy News
North Surry head coach Danny Lyons and assistant coach Tanner Hiatt talk to the team during a 7-on-7 at Mount Airy High School in July.
The RobesonianPurnell Swett is trying to play as more of a team this year, and is hoping that transition will turn into wins on the football field.
It's finally time to get back to authentic football for the three-time defending 3A state champion Havelock Rams Friday night as they welcome 2-A Washington, N.C., to town.
The mini-rivalry between New Bern and Hillside got its jump-start four years ago, at the same venue Friday's game will be played.
For a program that churns out top national college prospects like Dairy Queen fills soft-serve cones, back-to-back early playoff exits the past two seasons has Hillside High School angry and ready to do something about it.
Contributed by Jimmy McDonaldScotland will be without senior quarterback Jaylend Ratliffe this season.
In a season where there will be several opportunities for redemption, East Bladen will get its first chance on Friday when the Eagles host Fairmont in the non-conference season-opener.
And while he didn't realize the offensive lineman's ultimate dream of finding the end zone, it was still a memorable moment for Dixon's second-year head coach.
Last season, North Lenoir started some brave freshmen and sophomores since expected returners couldn't play.
This is the third of a four-part series on what to know about the area football teams entering the 2014 season.
Northern Nash's Quon Whitaker runs the ball Thursday during the Nash County Football Jamboree at Rocky Mount High School.
Contributed by The PilotPinecrest quarterback Christian Ledbetter helped the Patriots to an 11-2 mark and the second round of the state 4AA playoffs last season.
Lincolnton's C.J. Wilson is making a bid to be on the active opening day roster of the Chicago Bears.
The RobesonianJaqwon McLaurin is among the players that will be utilized in Red Springs' new spread offense, which will put a higher emphasis on the quarterback and get more players involved.
Having spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach at Northside, White Oak first-year football coach Jeff Cobb had the luxury of just focusing on coaching and not worrying about outside responsibilities such as dealing with media, scheduling practices and being the go-to person whenever a player needed a ride to practice.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:52 pm
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