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The Charlotte Catholic Cougars won their second game in impressive fashion under new coach Mike Brodowicz, this time beating the powerhouse Rock Hill Northwestern Trojans 45-28 Friday night at home.

The Lions snapped a 16-game losing streak with a 20-16 victory against West Mecklenburg on Friday, West Charlotte’s first since a 28-7 triumph against Mooresville on Sept. 28, 2012.

Lincolnton’s Four-star defensive lineman Darian Roseoboro committed to Michigan

Completing 17 passes on 32 attempts for 294 yards and five touchdowns is a pretty good night for a high school quarterback. But Charlotte Latin’s Daniel Jones did that in the first half against the host Concord Cox Mill Chargers.

Ardrey Kell traveled to Myers Park Friday night and prevailed 23-17, with a pair of big plays on special teams helping the Knights seal the victory in the final minutes. Ardrey Kell led for nearly the entire night, but the Mustangs stayed within striking distance throughout.

Akease Rankin scores four TDs, and Mooresville's defense stymies Hough in 38-7 victory.

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In each of the past two seasons, Mallard Creek and Butler have met in August and again in the 4AA Western Regional final game. Both years, the winner of the first went on to win the second and a state title: Butler in 2012 and Mallard Creek in 2013.
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Two Observer-area baseball players were named to the USA Baseball U18 team Friday.Berry High's Xa...

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Butler High QB Anthony Ratliff-Williams added a last name, 15 pounds of muscle and more responsibilities to his role as the face of one of the Carolinas’ top programs.

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