Friday night high school football schedule

October 3, 2013 

All begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted

Apex at Fuquay-Varina

Ashley at Topsail

Broughton at Leesville Road, 7

Cape Hatteras at Creswell

Cardinal Gibbons at Oxford Webb

Chapel Hill at Southern Durham, 7

Clayton at Knightdale, 7

Corinth Holders at Franklinton

Currituck at Holmes

East Bladen at Clinton

East Montgomery at Chatham Central

Gates County at Perquimans

Goldsboro at Scotland County

Gray’s Creek at Southern Lee

Green Hope at Middle Creek

Heritage at Sanderson, 7

Hertford County at Bertie

Hoggard at New Hanover

Holly Springs at Athens Drive

Jacksonville at Havelock

James Kenan at Rosewood

Kestrel Heights at Pine Lake Prep

Kinston Parrott at Cary Christian

Lawrence Academy at Hobgood Academy

Lee County at Fayetteville Byrd

Louisburg at Warren County

Manteo at Camden County

Mattamuskeet at Columbia

Millbrook at Wake Forest, 7

New Bern at Eastern Wayne

Northern Vance at Orange

Northside-Pinetown at North Pitt

Northwood at Cedar Ridge

Overhills at Cape Fear

Panther Creek at Cary

Pasquotank at First Flight

Pine Forest at Fayetteville Britt

Raleigh Titans at N. Raleigh Christian

Randleman at Carrboro

Red Springs at South Columbus

Rocky Mount Academy at Northeast Academy

Seventy-First at South View

South Central at Greenville Rose

South Davidson at North Moore

South Granville vs. Durham Mt. Zion at Durham Co. Stadium

Southeast Raleigh at Harnett Central, 7

Southern Nash at Tarboro

Southern Vance at Greensboro Smith

Southern Wayne at Pikeville Aycock

St. David’s at Southampton Academy

SW Edgecombe at East Carteret

Spring Creek at Hobbton

Swansboro at Jacksonville White Oak

Terry Sanford at Cameron Union Pines

Wakefield at Enloe, 7

Washington at Kinston

West Bladen at Wallace-Rose Hill

West Carteret at Richlands

West Johnston at Garner, 7

Whiteville at St. Paul’s

Word of God at Halifax Academy

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