Friday's schedule in the NC high school football playoffs

November 9, 2012 

Note: All games 7:30 p.m.

4AA

East

No.6 Wakefield (11-1) at No.1 Garner (12-0)

No.3 Leesville Road (11-0) at No.2 Middle Creek (11-1)

Mideast

No.9 Fuquay-Varina (7-4) at No.4 Richmond Co. (10-1)

No.8 Hoke County (10-2) at No.5 Fay. Britt (10-2)

Midwest

No.6 Independence(10-2) at No.1 Matthews Butler (11-0)

No.5 Greensboro Page (7-4) at No.2 E. Forsyth (12-0)

West

No.8 Vance (9-3) at No.3 Mallard Creek (10-1)

No. 11 W.. Mecklenburg (9-3) at No.4 Charlotte Olympic (7-4)

4A

East

No.9 Wilm. Hoggard (9-2) at No.1 New Bern (11-0)

No.6 Clayton (9-3) at No.5 New Hanover (10-1)

Mideast

No.7 Lee County (9-3) at No.2 Scotland (10-1)

No.12 SE Guilford (7-4) at No.3 Fay. Smith (10-1)

Midwest

No.9 Greensboro Dudley (7-4) at No.2 N. Davidson (12-0)

No.13 Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor (6-5) at No.7 Davie Co. (9-3)

West

No.8 Monroe Sun Valley (8-3) at No.1 S. Caldwell (12-0)

No.4 Asheville Reynolds (9-2) at No.3 Porter Ridge (10-1)

3AA

East

No.14 Greenville Conley (8-4) at No.8 Cleveland (11-1)

No.4 Wilson Hunt (11-0) at No.3 Cardinal Gibbons (11-0)

Mideast

No.11 Chapel Hill (9-3) at No.1 Northern Guilford (11-0)

No.6 Overhills (7-4) at No.5 Southern Guilford (10-1)

Midwest

No.8 Kannapolis Brown (9-3) at No.2 Hickory Ridge (11-1)

No.5 Weddington (9-2) at No.4 Charlotte Catholic (10-1)

West

No.7 Shelby Crest (10-2) at No.1 Belmont S. Point (11-0)

No.6 Asheville Erwin (8-3) at No.2 Statesville (11-1)

3A

East

No.7 Jacksonville (8-4) at No.1 Havelock (11-1)

No.4 Washington (9-3) at No.2 Hertford County (8-3)

Mideast

No.11 Pikeville Aycock (6-5) at No.3 Eastern Alamance (11-1)

No.8 South Johnston (8-3) at No.5 Orange (9-2)

Midwest

No.10 West Rowan (10-2) at No.5 Concord (10-2)

No.9 Rockingham Co. (9-3) at No.8 East Rowan (7-4)

West

No.4 Morganton Freedom (10-2) at No.1 E. Henderson (11-1)

No.3 Hickory (8-4) at No.2 Lawndale Burns (9-3)

2AA

East

No.8 North Pitt (8-4) at No.1 Jacksonville Northside (12-0)

No.13 SouthWest Edgecombe (6-5) at No.5 Bunn (9-2)

Mideast

No.9 Randleman (8-4) at No.2 Carrboro (12-0)

No.4 St. Pauls (9-3) at No.3 Reidsville (10-2)

Midwest

No.5 W. Stokes (7-5) at No.1 High Point Andrews (10-1)

No.9 Central Davidson (7-5) at No.2 Salisbury (9-2)

West

No.10 Bandys (8-4) at No.3 Newton-Conover (9-3)

No.7 S. Iredell (10-2) at No.6 Canton Pisgah (6-6)

2A

East

No.8 Kinston (7-4) at No.1 Tarboro (11-0)

No.5 Elizabeth City Northeastern (10-2) at No.2 Edenton Holmes (11-0)

Mideast

No.7 Eastern Randolph (8-4) at No.3 East Bladen (8-3)

No.6 S. Granville (9-3) at No.4 S. Columbus (10-2)

Midwest

No.6 Boonville Starmount (10-1) at No.1 E. Lincoln (12-0)

No.10 Lincolnton (7-5) at No.8 Thomasville (5-7)

West

No.12 Black Mountain Owen (6-6) at No.3 Madison (11-1)

No.9 Polk County (9-3) at No.5 Shelby (7-5)

1AA

East

No.6 Ayden-Grifton (9-2) at No.2 Southwest Onslow (10-1)

No.4 Goldsboro (10-1) at No.3 Northampton Co. (10-2)

Mideast

No.10 Union (7-5) at No.1 Warsaw Kenan (11-0)

No.14 Pender (6-5) at No.5 Red Springs (9-3)

Midwest

No.8 West Montgomery (7-5) at No.2 Mount Airy (11-1)

No.9 East Surry (6-6) at No.5 Monroe (9-3)

West

No.10 W, Wilkes (5-6) at No.1 Swain County (12-0)

No.4 Lake Norman Charter (10-1) at No.3 Hendersonville (11-1)

1A

East

No.8 Southside-Beaufort (6-6) at No.1 Plymouth (11-1)

No.3 Manteo (10-1) at No.2 Columbia (8-3)

Mideast

No.15 Princeton (4-7) at No.11 N. Edgecombe (5-5)

No.14 Jones (3-8) at No.12 Rosewood (4-7)

Midwest

No.9 Union Academy (5-6) at No.1 Albemarle (11-1)

No. 6 S. Stanly (9-3) at No.4 E. Columbus (8-4)

West

No.8 Rosman (6-6) at No.2 Elkin (7-4)

No.5 Robbinsville (9-3) at No.3 Murphy (10-2)

Third round, Nov. 16

Fourth round. Nov. 23

State Championships

Nov. 30

4A at Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, 7:30 p.m.

Dec. 1

4AA at Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, 11 a.m.

3A at BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, 3 p.m.

3AA at BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, 7 p.m.

2A at BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, 11 a.m.

2AA at Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, 7 p.m.

1A at Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh 11 a.m.

1AA at Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh 3 p.m.

Dec. 1 Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh

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