RCHS' Trey McFarland attempts to tackle Wadley's Trevor Cameron on Friday, November 2 at Ron Watters Field. (Photo: Tiger Den Media/Jeremy Wortham)
The regular season came to a close last Friday night for our area High School Football teams, and for two teams, they ended the season on a high note.
RANDOLPH COUNTY 28 WADLEY 0
This game was much closer than the scoreboard indicated. Randolph County led the game 7-0 at the break, with the only score coming on a turnover due to a busted play on a Wadley punt. The Tigers ultimately pulled away in the second half for the win.
Both teams are qualified for the playoffs in their respective classifications, and will host round one games this upcoming Friday night.
CLAY CENTRAL 45 HANDLEY 7
The Volunteers from Clay County had a great end to their season, by defeating Handley 45-7 on the road.
Clay Central did most of their damage in the first half, scoring 38 points to take a 38-0 lead going to the locker room. Handley's lone score came in the 3rd quarter at the 4:10 mark.
Much like Randolph County and Wadley, both Handley and Clay Central will host playoff games at their home stadiums this Friday night.
DONOHO 56 WOODLAND 0
The 2018 football season has come to a close for the Woodland Bobcats, it ended with a shutout loss at Donoho last Friday. The Bobcats end the season with a 2-8 record, with wins coming over Fayetteville and Gaston.
Be sure to visit tomorrow, as we give you a guide to first round playoff games for our area teams.
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