NCHSAA Playoff Pairings - WNCT

NCHSAA Playoff Pairings

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NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
2013 FOOTBALL PLAYOFF PAIRINGS

(teams were seeded on 10-game records, with schools allowed to drop a non-conference result if they played 11, but full season records are listed along with seed. The 4-A, 3-A and 2-A classifications seeds are listed for region; the 1-A classification seeds are by the pod.
 
CLASS 4-AA
 
EAST
16 Cary Green Hope (5-6) at 1 Raleigh Wakefield (10-1)
9 Raleigh Millbrook (9-3) at 8 Raleigh Leesville Road (8-3)
12 Wake Forest (8-3) at 4 Cary Panther Creek (9-2)
13 Wilmington Laney (6-4) at 4 Southern Pines Pinecrest (10-1)
14 Raleigh Sanderson (6-5) at 3 Fayetteville Jack Britt (8-3)
11 Holly Springs (6-5) at 6 Garner (8-3)
10 Hope Mills South View (8-3) at 7 Durham Riverside (7-3)
15 Fuquay-Varina (6-5) at 2 Apex Middle Creek (9-2)
 
WEST
16 Charlotte Zebulon Vance (5-6) at  1 West Forsyth (10-1)
 9 East Forsyth (9-2) at  8 Greensboro Grimsley (5-6)
 12 Charlotte Independence (7-4) at 5 Cornelius W.A. Hough (10-1)
 13 Charlotte Olympic (7-4) at 4 Matthews David Butler (8-3)
 14 Greensboro Page (6-5) at 3 Northwest Guilford (10-1)
 11 Richmond Senior (8-3) at 6 Lake Norman (8-3)
 10 West Mecklenberg (9-2) at 7 Charlotte Providence (7-4)
 15 Charlotte Ardrey Kell (6-5) at 2 Charlotte Mallard Creek (11-0)
 
 
CLASS 4-A
 
EAST
16 Wake Forest Heritage (6-5) at 1 Scotland (11-0)
 9 Southeast Raleigh (4-6) at 8 New Bern (8-3)
 12 Clayton (7-4) at 5 Durham Hillside (8-2)
 13 Southern Alamance (6-5) at 4 Knightdale (9-1)
 14 Fayetteville E.E. Smith (6-5) at 3 Greenville D.H. Conley (9-2)
 11 Greenville Rose (9-2) at 6 Fayetteville Pine Forest (10-1)
 10 Northern Durham (3-8) at 7 Wilmington New Hanover (8-3)
 15 Fayetteville Cape Fear (6-5) at 2 Wilmington Hoggard (10-1)
 
 
WEST
 16 Alexander Central (5-6) at 1 Mooresville (10-1)
 9 Southeast Guilford (9-2) at 8 Winston-Salem Mount Tabor (8-3)
 12 Huntersville Hopewell (6-5) at 5 High Point Central (8-3)
 13 Kannapolis A.L. Brown (7-4) at 4 Charlotte Catholic (9-2)
 14 Pfafftown Ronald Reagan (7-4) at 3 Mint Hill Rocky River (9-2)
 11 Indian Trail Porter Ridge (7-4) at 6 Watauga (8-3)
 10 North Davidson (9-2) at 7 Asheville T.C. Roberson (4-7)
 15 South Caldwell (5-6) at 2 Greensboro Dudley (10-0)
 

 
CLASS 3-AA
 
EAST
 16 Western Harnett (4-7) at 1 Fayetteville Douglas Byrd (9-2)
 9 Wilson Fike (10-1) at 8 Lee County (9-2)
 12 Corinth-Holders (7-4) at 5 West Brunswick (3-7)
 13 Fayetteville Terry Sanford (4-7) at 4 Wilson Hunt (8-3)
 14 Hope Mills Gray's Creek (5-6) at 3 Cleveland (8-3)
 11 Rocky Mount (8-3) at 6 Orange (10-1)
 10 Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons (8-3) at 7 Erwin Triton (9-2)
 15 Chapel Hill (4-7) at 2 Southern Durham (9-2)
 
WEST
 16 Harrisburg Hickory Ridge (4-7) at 1 Shelby Crest (10-1)
 9  Gastonia Ashbrook (8-3) at 8 Asheville Clyde A. Erwin (9-1)
 12 South Iredell (8-3) at 5 Statesville (6-5)
 13 Asheville A.C. Reynolds (7-4) at 4 Monroe Sun Valley (7-4)
 14 Eastern Guilford (7-4) at 3 Northern Guilford (9-2)
 11 Asheboro (7-4) at 6 Central Cabarrus (10-1)
 10 Ledford (7-4) at 7 Weddington (9-2)
 15 Waxhaw Cuthbertson (4-7) at 2 Asheville (9-2)
 
 
CLASS 3-A
 
EAST
 16 Hampstead Topsail (4-7) at 1 Havelock (11-0)
 9 Anson (5-6) at 8 Southern Guilford (6-5)
 12 West Craven (7-4) at 5 Jacksonville (8-3)
 13 Burlington Williams (7-4) at 4 North Forsyth (6-5)
 14 West Carteret (6-5) at 3 Eastern Wayne (8-2)
 11 Southern Nash (8-3) at 6 Swansboro (8-3)
 10 Pittsboro Northwood (8-3) at 7 Eastern Alamance (8-3)
 15 Pikeville C.B. Aycock (4-7) at 2 Western Alamance (10-1)
 
 
WEST
 16 East Rowan (4-7) at 1 Morganton Freedom (10-1)
 9 Gastonia Forestview (7-4) at 8 China Grove Jesse Carson (7-4)
 12 Morganton Patton (7-4) at 5 Lenoir Hibriten (10-1)
 13 Hickory (6-5) at 4 Canton Pisgah (8-3)
 14 West Rowan (7-4) at 3 Belmont South Point (11-0)
 11 North Gaston (6-5) at 6 Lawndale Burns (10-1)
 10 Monroe Piedmont (7-4) at 7 Waynesville Tuscola (8-3)
 15 Northwest Cabarrus (6-5) at 2 Concord (11-0)
 
CLASS 2-AA
 
EAST
 16 SouthWest Edgecombe (5-6) at 1 High Point Andrews (9-1)
 9 Randleman (8-3) at 8 North Brunswick (8-3)
 12 St. Paul's (8-3) at 5 Northside (Jacksonville) (8-3)
 13 Hertford County (6-5) at 4 South Granville (9-2)
 14 North Pitt (6-5) at 3 Washington (9-2)
 11 Greene Central (3-8) at 6 Bunn (7-4)
 10 Franklinton (8-3) at 7 Kinston (6-5)
 15 East Duplin (5-6) at 2 Currituck (9-2)
 
WEST
 16 Monroe Parkwood (5-6) at 1 Franklin (11-0)
 9 Marshville Forest Hills (5-6) at 8 Sylva Smoky Mountain (7-4)
 12 West Lincoln (7-4) at 5 Gastonia Hunter Huss (4-7)
 13 Claremont Bunker Hill (7-4) at 4 Ashe County (7-4)
 14 Catawba Bandys (5-6) at 3 East Lincoln (7-4)
 11 East Bend Forbush (6-5) at 6 Maiden (10-1)
 10 East Davidson (9-2) at 7 West Stokes (8-3)
 15 R-S Central (5-5) at 2 Monroe (9-2)
 
CLASS 2-A
 
EAST
 16 West Bladen (5-6) at 1 Elizabeth City Northeastern (9-2)
 9 Graham (5-6) at 8 Wilson Beddingfield (7-4)
 12 Newton Grove Midway (9-2) at 5 Edenton Holmes (8-3)
 13 Fairmont (8-3) at 4 Ayden-Grifton (5-6)
 14 East Bladen (6-5) at 3 Clinton (7-3)
 11 Siler City Jordan-Matthews (5-6) at 6 Southwest Onslow (8-3)
 10 Farmville Central (8-2) at 7 Eastern Randolph (7-4)
 15 Southern Vance (5-6) at 2 South Columbus (8-3)
 
 
WEST
 16 Lake Norman Charter (5-6) at 1 Winston-Salem Carver (10-1)
 9 Lincolnton (7-4) at 8 Thomasville (5-6)
 12 Madison (6-4) at 5 Polk County (8-3)
 13 Hendersonville (5-6) at 4 Reidsville (9-2)
 14 Brevard (5-6) at 3 North Wilkes (9-2)
 11 Burnsville Mountain Heritage (7-4) at 6 Shelby (7-4)
 10 Mount Pleasant (5-6) at 7 Black Mountain Charles D. Owen (8-2)
 15 Surry Central (5-6) at 2 North Rowan (11-0)
 
CLASS 1-AA
 
EAST
 8 Seven Springs Spring Creek (3-8) at 1 Tarboro (9-2)
 5 East Carteret (5-6) at 4 Camden (6-5)
 6 Perquimans (5-6) at 3 Riverside (Martin) (7-4)
 7 Gates County (4-7) at 2 Wallace-Rose Hill (9-2)
 
MIDEAST
 8 Rose Hill Union (3-8) at 1 Warsaw James Kenan (10-0)
 5 Granville Central (7-4) at 4 Princeton (8-3)
 6 Lakewood (7-4) at 3 Louisburg (8-3)
 7 Rosewood (4-7) at 2 Whiteville (9-2)
 
MIDWEST
 8 North Moore (2-9) at 1 West Montgomery (10-1)
 5 Kernersville Bishop McGuinness (7-4) at 4 North Stanly (8-3)
 6 Walkertown (8-3) at 3 East Surry (9-2)
 7 East Montgomery (6-5) at 2 Mount Airy (8-3)
 
WEST
 8 East Wilkes (1-10) at 1 Swain County (9-2)
 5 Bessemer City (6-5) at 4 Avery (4-7)
 6 Gastonia Highland Tech (1-10) at 3 Cherryville (5-6)
 7 Mitchell (1-10) at 2 Boonville Starmount (8-3)
 
 
CLASS 1-A
 
EAST
 8 Creswell (3-8) at 1 Plymouth (10-0)
 5 Pinetown Northside (6-5) at 4 Manteo (7-4)
 6 Columbia at 3 Northampton County (8-3)
 7 Chocowinity Southside (3-8) at 2 Pamlico County (7-4)
 
MIDEAST
 8 Northwest Halifax (1-10) at 1 Lejeune (10-1)
 5 North Duplin (4-7) at 4 Weldon (4-7)
 6 East Columbus (4-7) at 3 North Edgecombe (5-5)
 7 Rocky Mount Prep (2-9) at 2 Southeast Halifax (7-4)
 
MIDWEST
 8 Chatham Central (2-9) at 1 Albemarle (8-3)
 5 South Stanly (3-8) at  4 Monroe Union Academy (5-5)
 6 Winston-Salem Atkins (2-8) at 3 South Robeson (6-5)
 7 West Columbus (2-9) at 2 Community School of Davidson (4-7)
 
WEST
 8 Rosman (3-8) at 1 Murphy (8-3)
 5 Elkin (6-5) at 4 Alleghany (6-5)
 6 Andrews (4-7) at 3 Mooresboro Thomas Jefferson (8-3)
 7 Hayesville (4-7) at 2 Robbinsville (9-2)
 

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