NCHSAA results

November 16, 2012 

NCHSAA

CLASS 4AA

EAST

(1) Garner 56, (3) Raleigh Leesville Road 35

MIDEAST

(2) Fayetteville Britt 56, (1) Richmond County 52

MIDWEST

(1) Matthews Butler 25, (2) East Forsyth 15

WEST

(1) Charlotte Mallard Creek 42, (2) Charlotte Olympic 0

CLASS 4A

EAST

(1) New Bern 49, (2) New Hanover County 35

MIDEAST

(1) Scotland County 35, (2) Fayetteville Smith 28

MIDWEST

(1) North Davidson 20, (7) Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 14

WEST

(2) Indian Trail Porter Ridge 28, (5) Monroe Sun Valley 21

CLASS 3AA

EAST

(3) Wilson Hunt 33, (5) Clayton Cleveland 28

MIDEAST

(1) Northern Guilford 49, (2) Southern Guilford 15

MIDWEST

(2) Charlotte Catholic 49, (4) Kannapolis Brown 18

WEST

(2) Statesville 27, (1) Belmont South Point 21

CLASS 3A

EAST

(1) Havelock 57, (3) Washington 7

MIDEAST

(2) Orange 14, (1) Eastern Alamance 13

MIDWEST

(1) Concord 21, (2) East Rowan 20

WEST

(4) Morganton Freedom 19, (2) Lawndale Burns 10

CLASS 2AA

EAST

(1) Jacksonville Northside 28, (2) Bunn 10

MIDEAST

(1) Carrboro 20, (2) Reidsville 16

MIDWEST

(2) Salisbury 36, (1) High Point Andrews 35

WEST

(3) South Iredell 35, (4) Catawba Bandys 2

CLASS 2A

EAST

(1) Tarboro 52, (3) Elizabeth City Northeastern 24

MIDEAST

(2) South Columbus 24, (1) East Bladen 14

MIDWEST

(1) East Lincoln 28, (6) Thomasville 12

WEST

(1) Madison County 28, (2) Shelby 21

CLASS 1AA

EAST

(1) Southwest Onslow 50, (2) Northampton County 6

MIDEAST

(1) Warsaw Kenan 62, (2) Red Springs 28

MIDWEST

(2) Monroe 61, (1) Mt. Airy 31

WEST

(1) Swain County 55, (2) Hendersonville 24

CLASS 1A

EAST

(3) Manteo 34, (1) Plymouth 14

MIDEAST

(8) Princeton 27, (6) Goldsboro Rosewood 7

MIDWEST

(1) Albemarle 19, (2) East Columbus 18

WEST

(2) Murphy 56, (5) Rosman 13

NCISAA

Division II finals

Davidson Day 54, Arden Christ School 38

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