GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — It’s Week 5 of the high school football season and COVID-19 along with the weather is already shaking things up.
What else is new.
COVID-19 has, so far, impacted these games:
- Jacksonville-J.H. Rose football will not play Friday. The two teams will try to play again in two weeks, on Sept. 28.
- Bear Grass Charter is in quarantine for two weeks. So Friday’s Jones Senior game won’t be played.
- Beddingfield has canceled its game with Croatan due to COVID-19. Northside-Pinetown’s game with Rosewood was canceled due to COVID-19 with the Eagles. See where we’re going? Croatan is at Northside-Pinetown Friday at 7.
Northeastern and First Flight played Wednesday. Currituck and Hertford County played Thursday, both due to the chance for rain on Friday.
For now, here’s the high school football schedule for Week 5. As always, games are subject to change without notice. Check with your school to make sure there hasn’t been a change.
Northeastern 52, First Flight 0
Currituck County at Hertford County, 7
Bethel Christian at Pungo Christian, 4
Croatan at Northside-Pinetown, 7
D.H. Conley at Jordan, 7
Riverside at Gates County, 7
Northern Nash at Washington, 7
Trask at White Oak, 7
North Pitt at Greene Central, 7
South Creek at Washington County, 7
Pasquotank County at Camden County, 7
Manteo at Edenton-Holmes, 7
Pamlico County at North Duplin, 7
East Carteret at West Carteret, 7
Grace Christian at John Paul II Catholic, 7
Dixon at Pender County, 7
Havelock at New Bern, 7
East Columbus at Lejeune, 7
SouthWest Edgecombe at Farmville Central, 7
Wallace-Rose Hill at Southwest Onslow, 7
Columbia at Faith Christian, 7
West Craven at Ayden-Grifton, 7
East Duplin at James Kenan, 7
Northside-Jacksonville at South Central, 7
St. David’s at Parrott Academy, 7
South Lenoir at Kinston, 7
Perquimans at Tarboro, 7
Swansboro at Jordan-Matthews, 7:30
Jacksonville at J.H. Rose, ppd., COVID-19
Croatan at Beddingfield, canceled
Jones Senior at Bear Grass Charter, ppd. COVID-19
Northside-Pinetown at Rosewood, canceled, COVID-19