Last week’s inclement weather caused by the remnants of Hurricane Harvey forced several teams to move high school football games to Monday night.
Those games include unbeaten Providence at unbeaten Myers Park. Those two will play at 7 p.m.
After a dominant 31-0 victory over Country Day to start the season, the Mustangs had to scramble to avoid a big upset against Ardrey Kell in Week 2. Myers Park is discovering that life as a league and playoff favorite is a little different than before. Providence (2-0) is off to its best start in 12 years.
Concord First Assembly at Hickory Grove, 6
Central Cabarrus at Mount Pleasant, 6:30
Community School of Davidson at Lake Norman Charter, 7
Central Academy at Union Academy, 7
East Rowan at South Rowan, 7
Eastern Randolph at Albemarle, 6
Lake Norman at South Iredell, 7
Maiden at Bunker Hill, 6
Mountain Island Charter at Graham, 3
Newton Conover at Hickory, 6
North Rowan at Lexington, 7
Parkwood at Cox Mill, 6:30
Providence at Myers Park, 7
Richmond Senior at Pine Forest, 5
West Stanly at North Stanly, 6:30
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