2017 NCHSAA Football Playoffs Regional Finals Scoreboard

NCHSAA Football Playoffs Regional Finals Scoreboard

At last, the State Championship games are set. After sixteen weeks, the final Friday night of the North Carolina high school football season did not disappoint. Here’s the full NCHSAA Football Playoffs Regional Finals Scoreboard.

Mallard Creek and Wake Forest took care of business with ease. They’ll finally settle the debate over who’s the number one team in state Saturday. In the 4A bracket, Harding University rode Quatavius Crouch past Vance while Scotland County (without Zamir White) ended Hoggard’s undefeated season with a two-point conversion in overtime. BB&T Field in Winston-Salem will be the site of both 4A title games.

New Hanover and A.C. Reynolds will meet up in Durham for the 3AA title despite Sun Valley and Eastern Guilford’s best efforts. In Durham’s other championship bout, the 3A crown will be decided by the prolific offenses of Charlotte Catholic and Havelock. Duke University and Wallace-Wade Stadium will serve as host for the 3A State Championships.

Chapel Hill will host the 2A State Championships. The 2AA title game will feature two undefeated teams, East Duplin and Hibriten. After, Wallace-Rose Hill will battle undefeated Reidsville for the 2A championship.

Tarboro and Mount Airy will fight for the 1AA crown; both teams are undefeated. Finally, Cherokee will look to end North Duplin’s perfect season in the 1A championship. Both games will be played at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh.

All eyes are now on Saturday. Stay tuned for more.  

 

4AA 

  • West Final
1 Mallard Creek  20
7 Hough  10

 

  • East Final
1 Wake Forest 51
3 Garner Magnet  21
  • State Final: BB&T Field 
    • #1 Mallard Creek (14-0) vs #1 Wake Forest (14-0)

4A 

  • West Final
1 Harding University  20
6 Z.B. Vance  14

 

  • East Final
1 Scotland  47
2 Hoggard  46
  • State Final: BB&T Field 
    • #1 Harding University (13-1) vs #1 Scotland County (12-1)

3AA 

  • West Final
12 Sun Valley 25
2 A.C. Reynolds 28

 

  • East Final
4 Eastern Guilford 29
2 New Hanover 32
  • State Final: Wallace-Wade Stadium 
    • #2 A.C. Reynolds (14-1) vs #2 New Hanover (14-1)

3A 

  • West Final
1 Charlotte Catholic 33
3 J.M. Robinson  15

 

  • East Final
1 Western Alamance  14
2 Havelock  41
  • State Final: Wallace-Wade Stadium
    • #1 Charlotte Catholic (15-0) vs #2 Havelock (14-1)

2AA 

  • West Final
8 Shelby  7
2 Hibriten  19

 

  • East Final
1 East Duplin  38
2 North Davidson  28
  • State Final: Kenan Stadium 
    • #2 Hibriten (15-0) vs #1 East Duplin (15-0)

2A 

  • West Final
1 Reidsville 27
2 Mountain Heritage  20

 

  • East Final
5 Wallace-Rose Hill 49
3 SW Onslow  7
  • State Final: Kenan Stadium 
    • #1 Reidsville (15-0) vs #5 Wallace-Rose Hill (13-1)

1AA 

  • West Final
1 Mount Airy  49
6 Murphy  35

 

  • East Final
1 Tarboro  50
2 J.A. Holmes  7
  • State Final: Carter-Finley Stadium 
    • #1 Mount Airy (14-0) vs #1 Tarboro (14-0)

1A 

  • West Final
1 Mitchell  28
2 Cherokee  42

 

  • East Final
1 North Duplin  12
6 Plymouth  6
  • State Final: Carter-Finley Stadium 
    • #2 Cherokee (13-1) vs #1 North Duplin (14-0)

 


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