After eclipsing their 2013 win total with a 24-7 win over South Granville last week, Warren County hosts Bunn tonight in both teams’ regular season finales.
J.F. Webb knew the odds were against them Friday night squaring off against reigning 3-AA state champion Southern Durham.
Warren County head football coach John Ward hoped that his team would get a wake up call after falling to Southern Vance last week. And when Halloween had ended on Friday night, he was happy to have received his wish.
One week after knocking off Warren County to pick up their first win of the season, Southern Vance’s football team nearly earned their second victory on Friday.
For eight of Northern Vance’s football team members, Friday night marked the final time they suited up for a game at the Vikings’ home field.
Southern Vance High School played site to the 10th annual Cougar-Ram Classic on Wednesday night and this year’s match up was a lopsided contest with Henderson Middle School earning a 34-0 shutout victory over Eaton-Johnson.
With just two regular season games remaining for all four of the local teams, Northern Vance and Warren County both will be holding home football contests tonight on Halloween. And just like last Friday, J.F. Webb and Southern Vance will be on the road.
A memorable season came to an end Wednesday night as the Northern Vance varsity boys’ soccer team fell 5-0 to James Hunt High School in the NCHSAA 3A state championships opening round of play.
After going 5-14-3 one season ago, Northern Vance boys’ soccer coach Razvan Tegan expected a turnout in 2014.
On paper, many would have predicted this would be the year Warren County takes down Southern Vance on the gridiron. Interestingly, entering Friday night, it hadn’t happened since 1998.