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NCHSAA Cheerleading Competition Results


Nov 15, 2014

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Final results: champions are listed, followed by the other competitors in order and point totals in each division.

Small junior varsity non tumble
Champion— Lumberton 110.70.
Eastern Guilford 108.20, Camden 105.80, SouthWest Edgecombe 105.00, Jacksonville 102.00, Western Harnett 99.70, West Columbus 95.30, Pembroke Purnell Swett 93.85, Hampstead Topsail 91.35, Charlotte Myers Park 88.00, South Brunswick 81.45, Farmville Central 77.10, Bunn 68.10.

Large junior varsity non tumble
Champion— Canton Pisgah 109.90.
Fayetteville Jack Britt 99.75, Fuquay-Varina 98.00, South Columbus 97.90.

Small junior varsity
Champion—Cary Panther Creek 114.30.
Raleigh Broughton 106.55, Holly Springs 101.70, Cleveland 101.15, Apex 96.2, Corinth-Holders 96.05,

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NCHSAA statement: Board of Directors upholds Dudley forfeit


Nov 13, 2014

The full Board of Directors of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association voted Thursday morning to uphold the previous decision of the Executive Committee and denied the appeal by Dudley High School.

The Dudley contingent admitted to the full Board that there had been a violation of NCHSAA rules but asked that the penalty not include elimination of the playoffs, asking for mercy from the Board.

Ineligible players in Dudley’s final regular season game against Southeast Guilford were reported, and Dudley thus had to forfeit that contest. Players may play in only one football game a week, unless the “eight-quarter rule” applies and documentation is available. The school then filed notice of an appeal earlier this week.

The rule governing the situation in terms of the playoff brackets is 3.2.3 (a) in the current edition of the NCHSAA Handbook, which states that “the team shall not participate in playoffs if, after the brackets have been finalized, forfeited

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GCS statement: Dudley to appeal NCHSAA decision


Nov 12, 2014

Dudley High School will send an appeal to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s (NCHSAA) full board after the executive committee denied the initial appeal Wednesday. If the decision stands, Dudley High’s varsity football team will not participate in the playoffs this year.

Representatives from Dudley will be available to answer media questions at 12:30 p.m. today outside of GCS Central Offices (712 N. Eugene Street, Greensboro).

Guilford County Schools and Dudley High reported four ineligible players to the NCHSAA on Monday, Nov. 10. The four players dressed out for the Dudley High varsity football game against Southeast High on Friday, Nov. 7. One of the players actually played in the game, which Dudley won 50-21.

The four players were on the junior varsity team; that season ended on Thursday, Nov. 6. When that season is over, players may be moved up to the varsity level and may play in the playoffs.

However, according

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NCHSAA release: Dudley appeal denied


Nov 12, 2014

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced that Dudley High School’s appeal of penalties from a report of using ineligible players has been denied by the executive committee of the NCHSAA.

Dudley reported ineligible players in its final regular season game against Southeast Guilford and thus had to forfeit that contest. The school then filed notice of an appeal.

The rule governing the situation in terms of the playoff brackets is 3.2.3 (a) in the current edition of the NCHSAA Handbook, which states that “the team shall not participate in playoffs if, after the brackets have been finalized, forfeited contests cause an adjustment in its record and seed.”

No other seeds or pairings change since the brackets had been finalized.

 

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NCHSAA statement: Dudley reports ineligible player


Nov 11, 2014

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced that Dudley High School of Greensboro has reported ineligible players and could be eliminated from the upcoming NCHSAA football playoffs.

Dudley reported ineligible players in its final regular season game against Southeast Guilford and thus would have to forfeit that contest. The school has filed notice of an appeal, which will go to the executive committee of the NCHSAA.

Commissioner Davis Whitfield said the rule governing the situation in terms of the playoff brackets is 3.2.3 (a) in the current edition of the NCHSAA Handbook, which states that “the team shall not participate in playoffs if, after the brackets have been finalized, forfeited contests cause an adjustment in its record and seed.”

No other seeds or pairings would change since the brackets had been finalized.

 

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