GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — Break out the water coolers.
There’s still a week left in the high school football regular season. That’s not stopping several area teams from wrapping up their respective league titles. New Bern (Big Carolina), East Duplin (East Central), West Carteret (Coastal) and West Craven (Eastern Plains) each wrapped up their respective league titles with wins on Friday.
In the case of West Carteret, it was the school’s first conference title since 1964, won after beating Swansboro 48-7.
Over in Martin County, Riverside won the Battle for the Paddle, beating South Creek, 44-12. John Paul II Catholic almost pulled off the upset before host Hobbton pulled out a win.
Northside-Pinetown 51, Lejeune 0
James Kenan 28, Southwest Onslow 0
Bethel Christian 62, Community Christian 22
Hertford County 54, Manteo 6
White Oak 47, Richlands 0
East Duplin 24, Wallace-Rose Hill 21
New Bern 49, D.H. Conley 0
Riverside 44, South Creek 12
Pamlico County 38, Jones Senior 12
North Lenoir 36, South Lenoir 14
Jacksonville 42, South Central 16
Washington 42, SouthWest Edgecombe 22
Northeastern 38, Currituck 30
West Carteret 48, Swansboro 7
Hobbton 43, John Paul II Catholic 37
Greene Central 42, Farmville Central 22
Perquimans 48, Gates County 28
First Flight 20, Pasquotank County 6
Croatan 34, Dixon 7
John A. Holmes 63, Camden County 14
Rosewood 49, North Duplin 21
West Craven 33, North Pitt 8
Havelock 42, Northside-Jacksonville 7
Southside 28, East Carteret 0
Washington County at Bertie County, canceled, COVID-19
John Paul II Catholic at St. David’s, canceled
Perquimans 63, South Creek 6
Southside 50, Riverside 30
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — With just two weeks left in the high school football regular season, every game counts. This Friday, there are some good ones that will really count.
One of the highlights of this week’s schedule is East Duplin at Wallace-Rose Hill. It’s a game that very likely will determine the East Central 2-A championship. Both teams are unbeaten in the league and have one loss each this season.
We’ve already had some changes heading into Thursday. John Paul II Catholic will not travel to St. David’s in Raleigh for an eight-man game. Instead, they will travel to Hobbton in Sampson County for an 11-man game.
Washington County’s season is over due to COVID-19. The Panthers had their game with Bertie canceled due to coronavirus. Washington County was scheduled to face Tarboro but with that game now canceled, Tarboro will host South Lenoir next Friday in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Check out the schedule below. All games are subject to change due to COVID-19 and the weather (there’s currently a 40% of rain as of Monday), so call ahead to make sure your game is still being played.
All games are at 7 p.m. unless listed otherwise
Pungo Christian 66, Hobgood Charter 28
Arendell Parrott 63, Grace Christian 28