The S.C. High School League has pushed back the start of its high school football playoffs by one week because of the devastation of Hurricane Florence. Will the N.C. High School Athletic Association follow suit?
The N.C. Associated Press high school football poll, in the 4A class, has multiple teams from Charlotte ranked in the top 10. Only one area team is ranked No. 1 in any of the four polls, however, and that’s Lenoir Hibriten in 2A
Here are the Charlotte Observer high school football games of the week for the week of Sept. 21. Two big I-MECK games -- Vance vs. Mallard Creek and North Meck vs. Mooresville -- highlight a busy schedule this week.
Hurricane Florence latest update in Raleigh and the Triangle: Where do football players go when storms cancel classes and games? Florence made landfall at Wilmington as a category 1 storm on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018.
After an 0-3 start, Providence Day got the win it needed Thursday against the Hickory Hawks. Is it enough to propel the Chargers back to the state championship game? Plus, Mooresville dominates South Iredell and the rest of the high school football action on Thursday night ahead of Hurricane Florence
Jay Edwards’ fall sports athletes of the week for week of Sept. 9 includes top performers in the Charlotte Observer’s coverage area in high school football, soccer, volleyball, tennis and cross-country
Langston Wertz Jr.’s roundup of high school football from Wednesday night. Games were moved up to avoid Hurricane Florence, and No. 2 Mallard Creek warmed up for a Saturday, Sept. 22 showdown with Vance by blowing out Harding.
Independence High QB Luke McPhail was supposed to split time with Davyne "Flash" Simpson this season, but after Simpson tragically passed away at 16, McPhail was suddenly the lone starter, and he's thriving.