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Davidson Day crushed another football opponent

Davidson Day quarterback Will Grier threw nine touchdown passes as the Patriots blitzed Concord Cannon 59-0 in the first round of the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II playoffs Nov. 8. Eight of Grier’s scoring passes were in the first half. He came within one of the state record of 10 touchdown passes, which he set last season. Davidson Day is seeking their third straight state championship, and has scored 40 or more points 11 times. The Patriots, a No. 1 seed, will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs.  Photos by Ken Bumgarner.

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Hopewell Loses to Rival Hough (42-13)

Hough High remained Unbeaten and they are now 5-0 on the season.  The Huskies senior quarterback Josh Stilley threw a school-record six touchdown passes, including three to Caleb Hines.  Photos of the action, the crowd and the fun.  For more pics from this game, visit Hough's Photo album of the game - we overlap some of the action shots but people/crowd shots are in separate albums.  Photos by Patrick Nicholson.

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Run for the Green 2013 presented by Flatiron Grill

Davidson's for the Run for Green half-marathon, 10K and 5K event photos. Run for the Green is the primary fundraiser for the Davidson Lands Conservancy, a non-profit based in Davidson, NC that helps to permanently protect land as well as provide nature-themed education for people of all ages.  To learn more about how you can help the Davidson Lands Conservancy call:  704-892-1910 or visit us online at:  http://www.davidsonlands.org - photos by Will McMurray/VMG

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Hough defeats Independence (28-27) in HUGE Win!

Hough had plenty to celebrate, but seem determined not to make this game the season’s zenith. The Huskies (4-0) are envisioning playing for a conference title, making a deep playoff run and ultimately, a championship. It’s not a pipe dream, not when you rally to beat one of Charlotte’s marquee programs (Independence won seven state titles from 2000-06). Hough, trailing 27-21, marched 77 yards for the winning score last in the fourth quarter. There was absolutely nothing fancy about it, nor much Independence could do to stop it. Read the full article here:  http://huntersvilleherald.com/news/2013/9/20/7664/biggest-win-in-school-history-hough-edges-independence-28-27