2016 Season

2016 Season (14)

Friday, 10 February 2017 15:42

2016 Spider Football Award Winners

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Awards 2016

Team MVP awarded to Hamsah Nasirildeen.
E.Z. Smith award presented to P.J. Hall.
Robert C. Bailey award - highest GPA - Ben Holbrooks.

Offensive MVP - P.J. Hall
George Ick Alley defensive MVP - Hamsah Nasirildeen
Offensive skill player of the year - Jacob Irby
Offensive specialist of the year - Ikym Hall
Offensive lineman of the year - Isaac Cochran
Offensive most improved - Antonio Campbell.
Special teams player of the year - Justin Nicholson
Co-defensive skill players of the year: Rocco D'Souza and Jalen Martin
Most valuable defensive lineman - Rick Sandidge
Defensive Most Improved - Nemo Miller
Varsity Coach's Award - Domenic Derosa
Varsity Coach's Award Christian Ealy
JV Spider Awards - Peter Petrov and Joe Bond.

 

Monday, 07 November 2016 20:53

Bulldogs beat Spiders in OT

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Monday, 07 November 2016 20:37

2016 SPC Standings

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Team

Conference
Overall
 
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W L T PCT W L T PCT PF PA W L
Robinson 8 1 0 0.889 9 2 0 0.818 422 156 4 1
Concord 7 2 0 0.778 8 3 0 0.727 351 170 4 1
Hickory Ridge 7 2 0 0.778 9 2 0 0.818 331 140 5 0
West Rowan 7 2 0 0.778 8 3 0 0.727 281 195 5 1
Central Cabarrus 4 5 0 0.444 5 6 0 0.455 286 268 4 3
East Rowan 3 6 0 0.333 4 7 0 0.364 261 303 3 2
Carson, Jesse C.  3 6 0 0.333 4 7 0 0.364 177 272 3 2
Cox Mill 3 6 0 0.333 3 8 0 0.273 164 325 2 3
Northwest Cabarrus 2 7 0 0.222 2 9 0 0.182 151 389 2 4
South Rowan 1 8 0 0.111 1 10 0 0.091 93 462 1 5

Playoff Results

Saturday, 29 October 2016 05:11

Big plays propel Spiders past Trojans

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Concord defeated Northwest Cabarrus 35-7 Friday night at Trojan Stadium.

The only thing standing between Concord and a shot at a fourth straight SPC title was Northwest. However the host Trojans were not quick to concede to the favored Spiders.

Northwest controlled much of the first quarter with a punishing ground game led by tailback George Miller-Duncan.

Sunday, 23 October 2016 16:56

Spiders roar back in second half vs. Falcons

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Game Story here.

Saturday, 15 October 2016 03:39

Spiders win at Carson

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Concord beat Carson 35-8 FRiday night at Carson. 

Friday, 09 September 2016 19:26

Rock Solid: From Independent Tribune

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Article from Independent Tribune Sports Editor C. Jemal Horton

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Friday, 02 September 2016 17:41

Spiders dodge rain and Mustangs

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East Rowan story here...

Monday, 22 August 2016 18:09

Mistakes cost Spiders in opener

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Concord hosted arch-rival A.L. Brown Thursday night in the 87th meeting between the neighboring schools. Brown kept the Victory Bell with a 31-19 win.

The Brown defense kept Concord's offense in check for much of the night. The Wonders held the Spiders to -33 rushing yards and produced 4 turnovers. The Wonders scored on three of the four Spider giveaways.

Brown took an early lead when Cordarious Butler found Lewis Harris for a 6 yard touchdown pass.

Hall Bell Game TD 2016

The Spider found a spark in the second quarter, Senior tailback P.J. Hall took a short screen pass and bolted down the Wonder sideline to tie the score at 7 a piece.

On the ensuing Wonder drive Ja'Nai Spratt scopped up a fumble and rambled 37 yards for a touchdown. Wonder quaterback Cordarious Butler was injured trying to corral the fumble. We wish him a speedy recovery.

However the Spiders momentum was short lived. The Spiders would turn the ball over twice deep in their own territory, both leading to Wonder touchdowns.

Brown enjoyed a 21-13 halftime advantage.

The defenses controlled the 3rd quarter. 

Early in the 4th Wonder kicker Brian Guttierez booted a 26 yard field goal to put the Wonders up 24-13. 

Justin Nicholson kept the Spiders in the game with a spectacular 83 yard punt return touchdown with 7:34 left in the contest. 

Down 24-19 the Spider defense provided a key stop giving the offense one last chance to take the lead. Wonder defender Steven Howie erased any thoughts of a comeback by picking off a Spider pass and returning it for a touchdown with 1:18 left. 

Hamsah Nasirildeen had a monster night, closing with 16 tackles. The Spider D held the Wonders to around 225 yards of total offense. The turnovers were too much to overcome.

The Spider offense struggled at times but there were bright spots.   

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st

B - Harris 5 yard pass from Butler (Gutierrez kick), 5:08.

2nd

C - Hall 60 yard pass from Lancaster (Trott kick), 9:03

C - Spratt 37 fumble return (2pt pass failed), 7:51

B - Mahatha 1 run (Gutierrez kick), 6:03

B - Mahatha 3 run (Gutierrez kick), 4:17

3rd

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4
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B - Gutierrez 26 FG, 10:04.

C - Justin Nicholson 83 punt return (2pt pass failed), 7:34.

B - Howie 30 yard interception return (Gutierrez kick), 1:18.

 

 

Thursday, 18 August 2016 16:11

2016 Support Staff

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Mandy Porter - Athletic Trainer
Nick Martin - Asstistant Athletic Trainer
Richard Maxwell - Equipment Manager
Ed Conway - Asstistant Equipment Manager & Part-time PA Announcer
Tony Brown - Statistician
Billy Lyerly - Statistician
Jerry Hathcock - "Voice of the Spiders" & SID
Ann Fink - Football Assistant SID
Helen Rogers - Football Assistant SID
Tom Brown- Game Film Staff
Dale Barbee - Team Photographer
Boyd Lyerly - Pre-Game Meal Coordinator & Head Quadmodificator
Pam Conway - Pressbox
Roger Conway - Pressbox
Keith Fink - Pressbox
Mark Bonacci - Pressbox
Elana Adcock - Student Trainer
Meg Aldridge - Student Trainer
Sara Bailes - Student Trainer
Dayja Reeves - Student Trainer
Keke Reid - Student Trainer
Miss Riley Porter - Spider in Training