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Catholic, Northwestern wins cause Sweet 16 reshuffling

By Langston Wertz Jr.
lwertz@charlotteobserver.com

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    Observer Sweet 16

    Rk. Team (Class) Rec. Pts. Pv.
    1Mallard Creek (4A) (4)9-0641
    2Rock Hill Northwestern (4A)9-0602
    3Hough (4A)8-1563
    4South Point (3A)10-0524
    5Crest (3A)8-1455
    6Charlotte Christian (IND)9-0407
    7Rock Hill South Pointe (4A)7-2339
    8.Charlotte Catholic (4A)7-23211
    9Butler (4A)7-33110
    10Burns (3A)9-02912
    11West Mecklenburg (4A)7-2246
    12York, S.C. (4A)8-1218
    13Rocky River (4A)8-12013
    14Concord (3A)9-01514
    15South Iredell (3A)8-11215
    16North Rowan (2A)9-04NR

    Dropped out: East Lincoln (2A, 5-4). Also receiving votes: Freedom (3A, 8-1); Central Cabarrus (3A, 8-1). Note: Four Observer sportswriters voted. East Lincoln forfeited its first three wins due to an ineligible player. Its record is 5-4 now instead of 8-1.



Charlotte Catholic’s 29-13 win over West Meck and Rock Hill Northwestern’s 45-15 win over York shook up the poll a little this week, but not much changed.

West Meck, which had been No. 6, fell to No. 11. York fell from No. 8 to 12 and everyone else reshuffled.

Returning to the poll this week is 2A North Rowan (9-0).

Jareke Chambers ran eight times for 165 yards in Friday’s 46-7 win over East Davidson as North Rowan surpassed its win total from a year ago.

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