Wake Forest-Rolesville tops Leesville Road 20-14 in overtime. Marcus Jones runs six yards for the winning score. Leesville had fumbled on its overtime possession. Wake Forest, Wakefield and Leesville Road all finish 5-1 in the Cap 8.(FINAL)
No. 1-ranked Durham Hillside defeated Northern Durham 38-6 to finish the regular season 11-0 and claim the Piedmont Athletic 4-A championship. QB Vad Lee rushed for 138 yards and passes for 161. (FINAL)
Panther Creek got a 25-yard field goal from Garrett Lang in the final minutes to defeat Cary 10-7 and clinch the Tri-Nine's No. 1 seed into the playoffs.
Athens Drive 35, Holly Springs 31 (FINAL)
Broughton 51, Sanderson 20 (FINAL)
Cardinal Gibbons 28, Oxford Webb 6 (FINAL). Crusaders win league championship.
Cary Christian 57, Northeast Academy 56 (FINAL) (NCISAA eight-man semifinals) (Teams score on first 15 possessions and Cary Christian gets game winner with 15 seconds left)
Clayton 38, Smithfield-Selma 6 (FINAL) (Clayton coach Gary Fowler notches his 200th win. He is 200-11-1 in his career, all at Clayton. Comets grab No. 3 berth from Greater Neuse No. 3 berth)
Fuquay-Varina 31, Lee County 10 (FINAL). Bengals finish 10-1, share Tri-Nine title.
Garner 42, Harnett Central 0 (FINAL) (Garner goes undefeated in Greater Neuse) (Central QB Brian Taylor apparent shoulder injury and out)
Knightdale 28, East Wake 14 (FINAL)
Middle Creek 42, Apex 31 (FINAL)
Millbrook 21, Enloe 20 (FINAL)
Pittsboro Northwood 41, Cedar Ridge 17 (FINAL)
Rosewood 27, Princeton 6 (FINAL)
Triton 40, South Johnston 34 (FINAL)
Southeast Raleigh 47, West Johnston 30 (FINAL). Bulldogs finish runner-up in the Greater Neuse.
Word of God 54, Kinston Parrott 7 (FINAL): Undefeated Rams roll into NCISAA eight-man title game.