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Northeastern 21, Cedar Ridge 7

ELIZABETH CITY - Friday night in the 2-AA Eastern Region championship game, Cedar Ridge ran into the same problems the previous 12 Northeastern opponents faced and the Red Wolves saw their season end by a 21-7 score.

The 13-2 Eagles will go on to play Salisbury next Saturday in the state championship game at Wake Forest University.

Cedar Ridge 28, Northwood 20

PITTSBORO - In the third round of the NCHSAA 2-A playoffs, Northwood found out just how hard it is to beat a good team twice.

After beating conference foe Cedar Ridge at home in the regular-season finale to capture the conference crown, Northwood couldn’t find the same formula on Friday night, falling 28-20 to the Red Wolves.

Cedar Ridge 23, Randleman 20 (OT)

HILLSBOROUGH -  Cedar Ridge quarterback Cam Pappas told his team not to worry. Even though Randleman High had just retaken the lead with 1:38 left in the game, Pappas said nobody panicked.

Instead, the Red Wolves calmly drove 70 yards on seven plays to seal a 23-20 win on a Pappas 24-yard over-the-middle strike to Fred Blanks with 11.6 seconds left in the second round of the Mid-Carolina 2-A high school playoffs. Cedar Ridge will meet Pittsboro Northwood next Friday night.

Cedar Ridge 20, Carrboro 14

CARRBORO — Just as many great rivalry games are, this one was decided in the closing seconds.

Johnathan Allison recovered a fumble after Carrboro’s Derek Bryant was sacked at the Cedar Ridge 7 with 10 seconds left, preserving the Red Wolves’ 20-14 win over their Orange county rivals Friday night at the Jaguars’ field.

Cedar Ridge 35, Cardinal Gibbons 14

An ample amount of rushing from Brent Burnette and a helping dose in the air from Cam Pappas in the first half helped Cedar Ridge run away with its 35-14 victory against Cardinal Gibbons despite going nearly the entire second half without a score.

Burnette chewed up 163 yards on the ground in the game on 20 carries with three touchdowns while Pappas passed for 117 yards and accounted for two touchdowns to lead the Red Wolves (5-1).

Cedar Ridge 34, Orange 7

The victory bell will stay in the west side of Hillsborough for another year.

Cedar Ridge's Brent Burnette registered 172 yards on 24 carries as the Red Wolves defeated crosstown rival Orange 34-7 on Friday night in Glen Auman Stadium. Red Wolves quarterback Cam Pappas went 7-for-12 for 227 yards and a touchdown as the Red Wolves defeated the Panthers for the second consecutive year.

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