Football Focus

November 1, 2013 

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Football Focus

LAST WEEK

Orange 56, Oxford Webb 7

Card’l Gibbons 47, Chapel Hill 36

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 28, Carrboro 7,

Sou. Durham 56, Cedar Ridge 10

Northwood 57, Nor. Vance 17

East Chapel Hill 42, Person 35

THIS FRIDAY’S GAMES

Chapel Hill at Northwood

Cardinal Gibbons at Orange

Graham at Carrboro

Hillside at East Chapel Hill MONDAY’S GAME

Northern Vance at Cedar Ridge (game postponed until Monday, 7 p.m.)

Conference standings

4A PAC-6

PACOverall
WLWL
Hillside3062
Riverside2163
Northern2127
East Chapel Hill1236
Person1227
Jordan0318

3A Big-8

Conf.Overall
WLWL
Orange5090
Southern 5072
Card’l Gibbons4172
Northwood3272
Chapel Hill2336
Cedar Ridge1118
Oxford Webb0527
Nor.Vance0509

2A Mid-State

Conf.Overall
WLWL
Reidsville3072
Cummings 2145
Graham2136
Carrboro1245
Jordan Matt.1236
Bartlett Yancey0327

Coachspeak

“I think we’re going to surprise some people. We’ve been paying well very; we’ve just missed some opportunities in the red zone. We can go out and win these last two games and go into the post-season on an up note.”

Issac Marsh, Chapel Hill High School

Before Friday’s game

String snapped

UNC placekicker Thomas Moore, a former all-conference performer for East Chapel Hill, kicked two extra points in Carolina’s 34-10 win Saturday against Boston College, and he’s now 67 for 67 in his career. However, a bad snap from center led to a team miss on UNC's first PAT attempt, ending a streak of 191 consecutive made extra points by the Tar Heels.

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