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November 29, 2011

NC High School Football Fan reaches Milestone

Joe Myers is not a typical high school football fan. Most fans support their team and their team only, but not "Eagle Joe", his internet username on NCPreps.com. Myers, who lives just outside of Thomasville (N.C.) has recently done something incredible.

On November 4th, "Eagle Joe" attended the first round 4AA playoff game between Millbrook and Wake Forest-Rolesville. This game allowed this high school football enthusiast to be able to say that he has seen every NCHSAA member school in action on the gridiron. Yes…that is 372 high schools teams since 1988.

How long have you been going to high school football games?

"The first game was in 1988, after I graduated from East Davidson High. Southwest Guilford won that game over East by the score of 19-16. Between 1988-1992, I only attended 4 games total, but I really got started in 1993 when my cousin (who was like a little brother to me), got moved up to the varsity team at East Davidson. I started going to watch his games, then started going to watch playoff games, and finally the State Finals in Chapel Hill. I would go Friday night and drive back home, then go back and watch all 3 Saturday games. I wish it would have stayed like that. I really did not intend on seeing all the teams play until after 2003. At that time, I had seen 102 teams play. By then I had found a woman that would tolerate my "obsessive" as she would say, but I say "unique" hobby. In the years 2003-2011, I was able to see 267 teams play."

What strategy did you use when deciding on a game?

"My strategy was to go to a game every week that had 2 teams that I have never seen before. I would use the annual North Carolina Prep Football News Yearbook before the schedules were posted on the websites or even on the internet. I would use Arnold Solomon's (the founder of NCPreps.com and the state's first high school football rankings and prediction expert) ratings and later Brian Simmons (current NCPreps.com football analyst and founder of SimmonsRatings.com) to determine games with the closest margin of victory. I would later use the Massey's Ratings to give an indication of the most entertaining game with the closest margin."

What other factors helped you achieve this goal?

"One of my best tools was rainouts. The weather helped me out in achieving this goal. On some weeks, I could go watch a game on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday. One year, I saw Kannapolis beat Mooresville on a Tuesday. About 3 years ago, as the number of teams dwindled, I started an excel spreadsheet and listed all the teams I had not seen by classification and conference. I saved going to games with teams in the same conference since I knew those games would be available every year. I concentrated on eliminating conferences with an odd number of teams I had not seen whenever they played another team I had not seen out of conference. By using this method, I'm sure it saved me 2 or 3 years. Also, being a self-employed CPA in Greensboro (N.C.) allows me to get off early on Fridays to travel to games. I probably would not have been able to do this without the help of NCPreps.com."

What was the first game that you saw?

In 1988, I saw Southwest Guilford defeat East Davidson 19-16 at East Davidson High School.

What were some of the top games that you have seen?

1. Maiden 18 Thomasville 13 - 1993 3rd Round 2A Playoffs.
Thomasville scores go ahead TD with :14 seconds to go to take a 13-12 lead. After a squib kick return to the 43, the Maiden QB rolls out, avoids pressure and hurls a 57-yard pass, which is caught by the receiver as he falls into the end zone.

2. Bertie 38 HP Central 34 - 1995 3A Finals.
HP Central drives to the 1-yard line with less than 2 minutes to go. 4 Unsuccessful tries later, Bertie holds onto win. 5 running backs had over 100 yards rushing each in this game.

3. Graham 29 Swain County 26 3OT - 1999 3rd Round 1A Playoffs.
Both teams score touchdowns their first two OT possessions. Swain holds Graham to a field goal on its third OT possession. Graham recovers a Swain fumble on Swain's ensuing possession to win the game.

4. Thomasville 15 Wallace-Rose Hill 14 - 2004 1AA Championship Game.
Leading 14-9 close to one minute to go, backed up against their own goal line, Wallace runs the ball, while attempting to fight for the possible game clinching first down, Thomasville strips the ball and returns it for the shocking game winning touchdown.

5. Thomasville 19 Lincolnton 18 - 1996 1st Round 2A playoffs.
Lincolnton comes into the game facing the #1 team in the state, barely qualifying for the playoffs (won a draw for the 3rd seed from their conference), and with no kicker (injury). Lincolnton scores a late touchdown and is forced to go for 2 (missed two earlier attempts). Thomasville deflects the pass and holds on to win.

6. Independence 20 Richmond County 18 - 2003 4AA Semi-Finals.
Independence comes in ranked #4 USA Today and Richmond County #10. Joe Cox leads Independence to an early double-digit advantage. Richmond County changes to a more athletic quarterback in the 2nd half, mounts a rally, and gets in range for the game winning field goal from 30-40 yards out. The kick is wide as time expires.

7. Starmount 26 Albemarle 21 - 1996 3rd Round 2A playoffs.
Fresh off upsetting #1 Thomasville 7-0, Albemarle invaded Boonville. Back and forth game, however on 2 separate occasions, Starmount holds Albemarle on 1st and goals inside the ten with no points.

8. Albemarle 43 Thomasville 35 - 2001 2nd Round 1AA playoffs.
Seeking revenge for a heartbreaking 29-28 loss 2 weeks previously in which Thomasville comes back from a 21 point 2nd half deficit, Albemarle found itself trailing 34-19 in the second half. With a little trickery and a heavy dose of T. A. McLendon, Albemarle rallies for a 43-35 victory on its way to a state title. McLendon finished the game with 225 yards rushing and 5 TDs.

9. Albemarle 17 Thomasville 14 OT - 2003 Regular Season. Was he in or was he not? Depends on which side you sat on. After holding Albemarle to a field goal in overtime, Thomasville elects to go for the win on 4th and goal from the 5. The suspense ended when the referee marked the quarterback draw inches short of the goal line. Albemarle would go on to win its 3rd consecutive state title following this win. By the way, he was out.

10. Reidsville 31 Cummings 30 - 2002 Regular Season.
Both teams enter the game ranked in the top 10. Cummings takes a 30-24 lead with less than 2 minutes to go. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty results in a missed PAT. Reidsville methodically passes its way down the field and scores the tying touchdown with seconds to go. Seconds later, when the extra point goes through, Reidsville sends the home crowd home happy.

What was the worst game you saw (score-wise)?

Swain County beating Cherokee 66-0 at Cherokee in 2000.

Who has been some of the top players that you've seen play through the years?

Brad Hoover (Ledford), Madison Hedgecock (Ledford), Willie Parker (Clinton), Mohammed Massaquoi (Independence), Monterio Hardisty (New Bern), Jerome Simpson (Reidsville), Hakeem Nicks (Indepedence), Weslye Saunders (Durham Riverside), Brian Williams (SW Guilford), T.A. McLendon (Albemarle), Michael Waddell (Richmond County), Nick Maddox (A.L. Brown), and Tony Baker (Ragsdale).

In your opinion, where is the best place to watch a game?

"I've been to 207 different high school football stadiums. It's hard to just name one. For me it is a combination of looks, atmosphere, fan support, and food. Thomasville has a retro look, fan support, atmosphere, and a very good hot dog. Being a county whipping boy makes it difficult for me to go there often, but their tradition and program is undeniable. I also like going to Reidsville, Lincolnton, Maiden, Albemarle, Shelby, Crest, and Richmond County as well. Bandys has a unique set-up and looks as though it could be real intimidating with the crowd virtually on top of you. I enjoyed going to Clinton as well. Simeon Stadium is a great place also when the High Point schools are good, but I feel too far away. I prefer the atmosphere and community support of the 1A and 2A schools. The quality of football is better between 4A powers."

What is the funniest thing that you have ever seen happen at a game?

"I've seen streakers at 2 games. The first was between South Brunswick and North Brunswick at North Brunswick. Thankfully, the guy was headed away from me, but he ran across the end zone, up a hill, and climbed a 6-foot high chain length fence totally naked. North won the game 36-35. I can't remember the other game."

Any final thoughts?

"I graduated from East Davidson in 1988 and I was too small for football as I was 5'1 and 105 pounds at graduation. My wife believes that not being able to play as a high school kid is a big reason for my unique hobby. I want to thank her for being so understanding and occasionally dragging her all over creation to see a team that I had not seen. I also would like to thank Deana King (Publisher of NCPreps.com), Arnold Solomon, and NCPreps.com for helping me achieve my goal."


The Chronological List

1. East Davidson Golden Eagles * (Thomasville) 1988
2. Southwest Guilford Cowboys 1988
3. Thomasville Bulldogs * 1989
4. Parkwood Rebels 1989
5. High Point Central Bison * 1992
6. Eastern Alamance Eagles 1992
7. East Forsyth Eagles * (Kernersville) 1992
8. Northern Durham Knights 1992
9. Lexington Yellow Jackets * 1993
10. Northwood Chargers * (Pittsboro) 1993
11. Ledford Panthers * (Thomasville) 1993
12. Union Pines Vikings * (Cameron) 1993
13. Randleman Tigers * 1993
14. Maiden Blue Devils * 1993
15. Jordan-Matthews Jets * (Siler City) 1993
16. South Robeson Mustangs 1993
17. Lincolnton Wolves * 1993
18. Cummings Cavaliers * (Burlington) 1993
19. North Davidson Black Knights * (Welcome) 1994
20. Trinity Bulldogs * 1994
21. Newton-Conover Red Devils * 1994
22. Albemarle Bulldogs * 1994
23. North Rowan Cavaliers * (Spencer) 1994
24. Wallace-Rose Hill Bulldogs 1994
25. South Davidson Wildcats * (Denton) 1995
26. West Davidson Green Dragons * (Tyro) 1995
27. Southeast Guilford Falcons * (Pleasant Garden) 1995
28. Salisbury Hornets * 1995
29. Mooresville Blue Devils * 1995
30. Bertie Falcons 1995
31. Williamston Tigers 1995
32. Swain County Maroon Devils * (Bryson City) v/s Pikeville Ky 1995
33. West Charlotte Lions * 1995
34. Byrd Eagles 1995
35. Clinton Dark Horses * 1995
36. Concord Spiders * 1996
37. Brown Wonders * (Kannapolis) 1996
38. Mt. Tabor Spartans * (Winston-Salem) 1996
39. Davie County War Eagles 1996
40. Starmount Rams * (Boonville) 1996
41. Crest Chargers * (Boiling Springs) 1996
42. Page Pirates * (Greensboro) 1996
43. Bandys Trojans * (Catawba) 1996
44. Hickory Red Tornadoes * 1996
45. Ragsdale Tigers 1996
46. Reidsville Rams * 1997
47. Southern Guilford Indians/Storm 1997
48. High Point Andrews Red Raiders * 1997
49. Ben Smith Golden Eagles 1997
50. Eastern Guilford Wildcats * (Gibsonville) 1997
51. Richmond County Raiders * (Rockingham) 1997
52. Western Guilford Hornets * (Greensboro) 1997
53. North Stanly Comets * (New London) 1997
54. Murphy Bulldogs 1997
55. Elkin Bucking Elks * 1997
56. Northeast Guilford Rams 1997
57. North Edgecombe Warriors 1997
58. Rosman Tigers * 1997
59. Shelby Golden Lions * 1997
60. Williams Bulldogs 1998
61. Person County Rockets * (Roxboro) 1998
62. Anson County Bearcats * (Wadesboro) 1998
63. Independence Patriots 1998
64. Red Springs Red Devils 1998
65. James Kenan Tigers 1998
66. Midway Raiders * (Dunn) 1998
67. West Forsyth Titans 1998
68. Statesville Greyhounds * 1998
69. Western Alamance Warriors * (Elon College) 1998
70. Carver Yellow Jackets * (Winston-Salem) 1998
71. Tarboro Vikings 1998
72. Garner Trojans 1998
73. Kings Mountain Mountaineers * 1998
74. Scotland County Fighting Scots * (Laurinburg) 1999
75. Parkland Mustangs * (Winston-Salem) 1999
76. Asheville Cougars * 1999
77. East Wilkes * (Ronda) 1999
78. Forest Hills Yellow Jackets 1999
79. Eastern Randolph Wildcats 1999
80. Southwest Onslow Stallions 1999
81. A. C. Reynolds Rockets 1999
82. Cherokee Braves * 2000
83. Central Davidson Spartans 2000
84. Asheboro Blue Comets * 2000
85. Graham Red Devils * 2000
86. McDowell County Titans * (Marion) 2001
87. Alexander Central Cougars * (Taylorsville) 2001
88. North Wilkes Vikings 2001
89. Wilkes Central Eagles * (Wilkesboro) 2001
90. South Stanly Rebels/Rebel Bulls 2001
91. East Montgomery Eagles * (Biscoe) 2001
92. West Stokes Wildcats * (King) 2001
93. East Surry Cardinals * (Pilot Mountain) 2001
94. Laney Buccaneers 2001
95. Morehead Panthers * (Eden) 2002
96. McMichael Fighting Phoenix 2002
97. South Point Red Raiders * (Belmont) 2002
98. Burns Bulldogs 2002
99. North Lenoir Hawks 2002
100. Mt. Pleasant Tigers * 2002
101. East Duplin Panthers * (Beulaville) 2002
102. New Bern Bears 2002
103. Dudley Panthers * (Greensboro) 2003
104. North Forsyth Vikings 2003
105. R.J. Reynolds Demons * (Winston-Salem) 2003
106. St. Pauls Bulldogs * 2003
107. Whiteville Wolfpack 2003
108. E. E. Smith Golden Bulls * (Fayetteville) 2003
109. Rose Rampants 2003
110. South Iredell Vikings 2003
111. Hendersonville Bearcats 2003
112. Robinson Bulldogs * (Concord) 2003
113. West Iredell Warriors * (Statesville) 2003
114. Cedar Ridge Red Wolves 2003
115. North Lincoln Knights * (Lincolnton) 2003
116. Hunter Huss Huskies * (Gastonia) 2003
117. Smoky Mountain Mustangs 2003
118. East Gaston Warriors * (Mt. Holly) 2003
119. Holmes Aces * (Edenton) 2003
120. Bunn Wildcats * 2003
121. Hibriten Panthers * (Lenior) 2003
122. Farmville Central Jaguars * 2003
123. Hayesville Yellow Jackets 2004
124. North Henderson Knights 2004
125. Tuscola Mountaineers * (Waynesville) 2004
126. Brevard Blue Devils 2004
127. West Rowan Falcons 2004
128. South Rowan Raiders * (China Grove) 2004
129. Southview Tigers * (Hope Mills) 2004
130. Hoggard Vikings 2004
131. Northwest Guilford Vikings 2004
132. Green Hope Falcons * (Morrisville) 2004
133. Western Harnett Eagles 2004
134. Bunker Hill Bears 2004
135. West Lincoln Rebels * (Lincolnton) 2004
136. Clayton Comets 2004
137. Harnett Central Trojans * (Angier) 2004
138. East Rutherford Cavaliers * (Forest City) 2004
139. Owen War Horses * (Black Mountain) 2004
140. Mt. Airy Granite Bears * 2004
141. Surry Central Golden Eagles 2004
142. Polk County Wolverines * (Columbus) 2004
143. North Moore Mustangs 2004
144. Southern Alamance Patriots * (Graham) 2004
145. Monroe Red Hawks 2004
146. Forbush Falcons * (East Bend) 2004
147. Hunt Warriors 2004
148. Southern Durham Spartans 2005
149. T. C. Roberson Rams * (Asheville) 2005
150. Chatham Central Bears * (Bear Creek) 2005
151. North Duplin Rebels 2005
152. Southwestern Randolph Wildcats 2005
153. Franklin Panthers 2005
154. Robbinsville Black Knights * 2005
155. South Columbus Stallions * (Tabor City) 2005
156. East Bladen Eagles 2005
157. Avery County Vikings 2005
158. West Henderson Falcons * (Hendersonville) 2005
159. Northern Vance Vikings * (Henderson) 2005
160. Warren County Eagles 2005
161. West Columbus Vikings 2005
162. Fairmont Tornadoes * 2005
163. Glenn Bobcats * (Kernersville) 2005
164. West Montgomery Warriors 2005
165. Rockingham County Cougars 2005
166. Bartlett-Yancey Buccaneers * (Yanceyville) 2005
167. Greene Central Rams 2005
168. Goldsboro Cougars * 2005
169. Fuquay-Varina Bengals * 2005
170. Cary Imps 2005
171. East Wake Warriors * (Wendell) 2005
172. East Henderson Eagles 2005
173. Pisgah Bears * (Canton) 2005
174. Jack Britt Buccaneers * (Hope Mills) 2005
175. Hobbton Wildcats 2005
176. Bishop McGuiness Villians * (Kernersville) 2005
177. Rocky Mount Gryphons * 2005
178. Southwest Edgecombe Cougars * (Pinetops) 2005
179. Northampton West Hurricanes * (Gaston) 2005
180. Manteo Redskins 2005
181. Northside Monarchs (Jacksonville) 2005
182. Charlotte Catholic Cougars 2006
183. Myers Park Mustangs * (Charlotte) 2006
184. Vance Cougars * (Charlotte) 2006
185. Butler Bulldogs 2006
186. Webb Warriors 2006
187. Southern Vance Raiders * (Henderson) 2006
188. Broughton Capitals 2006
189. Chapel Hill Tigers * 2006
190. Wakefield Wolverines 2006
191. Riverside Pirates * (Durham) 2006
192. Southern Wayne Saints 2006
193. Southern Nash Firebirds * (Bailey) 2006
194. Louisburg Warriors * 2006
195. Lakewood Leopards 2006
196. Plymouth Vikings 2006
197. Southside Seahawks * (Chocowinity) 2006
198. Athens Drive Jaguars 2006
199. Apex Cougars * 2006
200. Ashbrook Green Wave 2006
201. Weldon Chargers 2006
202. Northampton-East Rams * (Conway) 2006
203. North Gaston Wildcats 2006
204. Sun Valley Spartans 2006
205. Eastern Wayne Warriors * (Goldsboro) 2006
206. Charles B. Aycock Falcons 2006
207. Ayden-Grifton Chargers 2006
208. North Johnston Panthers * (Kenly) 2006
209. Knightdale Knights 2006
210. Seventy-First Falcons * (Fayetteville) 2006
211. Southeast Raleigh Bulldogs * 2006
212. East Lincoln Mustangs 2006
213. Watauga Pioneers * (Boone) 2006
214. Southeast Halifax Trojans * (Enfield) 2007
215. Roanoke Redskins 2007
216. Mountain Heritage Cougars * (Burnsville) 2007
217. Andrews Wildcats 2007
218. West Stanly Colts * (Oakboro) 2007
219. Piedmont Panthers 2007
220. South Caldwell Spartans * (Saw Mills) 2007
221. Jamesville Bullets 2007
222. Mattamuskeet Lakers * (Swanquarter) 2007
223. Southern Lee Cavaliers 2007
224. Lee County Yellow Jackets * (Sanford) 2007
225. South Mecklenburg Sabers * (Charlotte) 2007
226. East Mecklenburg Eagles 2007
227. Holly Springs Golden Hawks * 2007
228. Northside-Pinetown Panthers 2007
229. Perquimans Pirates * (Hertford) 2007
230. Washington Pam Pack * 2007
231. West Craven Eagles * (Vanceboro) 2007
232. North Brunswick Scorpions * (Leland) 2007
233. South Brunswick Cougars 2007
234. Jones County Trojans * (Trenton) 2007
235. East Carteret Mariners 2007
236. South Johnston Trojans 2007
237. Overhills Jaguars * (Spring Lake) 2007
238. Lumberton Pirates * 2007
239. Cape Fear Colts 2007
240. Northwest Cabarrus Trojans * (Concord) 2007
241. East Rowan Mustangs 2007
242. Wake Forest-Rolesville Cougars * (Wake Forest) 2007
243. Leesville Road Pride * (Raleigh) 2007
244. West Bladen Knights * (Bladenboro) 2007
245. Pender County Patriots 2007
246. Camden County Bruins * (Camden) 2008
247. Pasquotank County Panthers 2008
248. Grimsley Whirlies * (Greensboro) 2008
249. South Central Falcons 2008
250. Orange County Panthers * (Hillsborough) 2008
251. East Chapel Hill Wildcats 2008
252. Hoke County Fighting Bucks 2008
253. Purnell Swett Rams * (Pembroke) 2008
254. Providence Panthers 2008
255. North Mecklenburg Vikings * (Huntersville) 2008
256. Havelock Rams * 2008
257. Jacksonville Cardinals 2008
258. Jordan Falcons * (Durham) 2008
259. North Stokes Vikings 2008
260. Westover Wolverines 2008
261. North Pitt Panthers * (Bethel) 2008
262. Pamlico Hurricanes 2008
263. Providence Grove Patriots 2008
264. Nash Central Bulldogs * (Rocky Mount) 2008
265. Beddingfield Bruins * (Wilson) 2008
266. Fike Golden Demons 2008
267. Hopewell Titans * (Huntersville) 2008
268. Franklinton Red Rams * 2008
269. Roanoke Rapids Yellow Jackets 2008
270. West Wilkes Blackhawks 2008
271. Alleghany County Trojans * (Sparta) 2008
272. Triton Hawks * (Erwin) 2008
273. Topsail Pirates * (Hampstead) 2008
274. Dixon Bulldogs 2008
275. North Surry Greyhounds 2008
276. Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders 2008
277. Freedom Patriots 2008
278. Garinger Wildcats 2008
279. Harding Rams * (Charlotte) 2008
280. East Columbus Gators * (Lake Waccamaw) 2008
281. Trask Titans 2008
282. Creswell Tigers * 2008
283. Rosewood Eagles 2008
284. Bessemer City Yellow Jackets * 2008
285. South Stokes Sauras 2008
286. Kinston Vikings * 2008
287. Pinecrest Patriots * (Southern Pines) 2009
288. Enloe Eagles * (Raleigh) 2009
289. KIPP Pride Panthers * (Gaston) v/s Kestral Heights 2009
290. Northwest Halifax Vikings 2009
291. Sanderson Spartans 2009
292. St. Stephens Indians 2009
293. West Carteret Patriots 2009
294. Croatan Cougars * (Newport) 2009
295. Patton Panthers 2009
296. West Caldwell Warriors * (Lenoir) 2009
297. Marvin Ridge Mavericks 2009
298. Ardrey Kell Knights * (Charlotte) 2009
299. Hertford County Bears * (Ahoskie) 2009
300. Terry Sanford Bulldogs * (Fayetteville) 2009
301. Richlands Wildcats * 2009
302. South Lenoir Blue Devils 2009
303. First Flight Nighthawks * (Kill Devil Hills) 2009
304. Northeastern Eagles 2009
305. Cox Mill Chargers * (Concord) 2009
306. Columbia Wildcats * 2009
307. Cape Hatteras Hurricanes 2009
308. New Hanover Wildcats * (Wilmington) 2009
309. Eugene Ashley Eagles 2009
310. Weddington Warriors 2009
311. Porter Ridge Pirates * (Indian Trail) 2009
312. Mitchell County Mountaineers * (Penland) 2009
313. Madison County Patriots 2009
314. Union Academy Cardinals * (Monroe) 2009
315. Central Academy of Technology & Arts Cougars 2009
316. East Burke Cavaliers 2009
317. White Oak Vikings 2009
318. Middle Creek Mustangs * (Apex) 2009
319. Hillside Hornets 2009
320. Swansboro Pirates 2010
321. Lejeune Devilpups * (Camp Lejeune) 2010
322. Cherryville Ironmen * 2010
323. Draughn Wildcats 2010
324. Hickory Ridge Ragin Bulls * (Harrisburg) 2010
325. Central Cabarrus Vikings 2010
326. Gates County Red Barons * (Gatesville) 2010
327. South Creek Cougars 2010
328. Lake Norman Wildcats * (Mooresville) 2010
329. North Iredell Raiders 2010
330. Olympic Trojans * (Charlotte) 2010
331. Enka Jets * (Candler) 2010
332. North Buncombe Blackhawks 2010
333. Carrboro Jaguars * 2010
334. Reagan Raiders 2010
335. West Brunswick Trojans * (Shallotte) 2010
336. Berry Academy Cardinals * (Charlotte) 2010
337. Cuthbertson Cavaliers * (Waxhaw) 2010
338. Atkins Camels 2010
339. Wheatmore Warriors * (Trinity) 2010
340. Conley Vikings 2010
341. West Johnston Wildcats * (Benson) 2010
342. Smithfield-Selma Spartans 2010
343. South Granville Vikings * (Creedmoor) 2010
344. Granville Central Panthers 2010
345. Erwin Warriors 2010
346. Northern Guilford Nighthawks 2010
347. Gray's Creek Bears * (Hope Mills) 2010
348. Panther Creek Catamounts 2010
349. Rocky River Ravens * (Mint Hill) 2011
350. West Mecklenburg Hawks 2011
351. Northern Nash Knights * (Red Oak) 2011
352. Riverside Knights 2011
353. Cleveland Rams * (Cleveland) 2011
354. Corinth Holders Pirates 2011
355. Foard Tigers 2011
356. Mallard Creek Mavericks 2011
357. Currituck County Knights * (Barco) 2011
358. Thomas Jefferson Gryphons 2011
359. Union Spartans * (Clinton) 2011
360. Chase Trojans * (Forest City) 2011
361. RS Central Hilltoppers 2011
362. Heritage Huskies 2011
363. Princeton Bulldogs * 2011
364. Spring Creek Gators 2011
365. Hough Huskies 2011
366. Pine Forest Trojans 2011
367. Ashe County Huskies * (West Jefferson) 2011
368. Carson Cougars 2011
369. Forestview Jaguars * (Gastonia) 2011
370. Lake Norman Charter Knights 2011
371. Highland Tech Rams * (Gastonia) 2011
372. Millbrook Wildcats 2011

NOTE: In 2010, Williamston and Jamesville merged to form Riverside High School and Bear Grass High School and Roanoke High merged to form South Creek High School. All 4 high schools ceased to exist. All but Bear Grass played football.







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