Ed Conway

Ed Conway

Saturday, 24 October 2015 04:48

Spiders win thriller at West Rowan

Nick Kelly scored with 17 seconds remaining to give the Spiders a 17-10 victory over West Rowan Friday night. 

Photos, stats and game summary to come. 

 

Thursday, 08 October 2015 13:29

Spiders sink Vikings

Concord defeated Central Cabarrus 20-6 Friday night at a soggy Robert C. Bailry Stadium. 

Saturday, 19 September 2015 22:15

Defense dominates Raiders

Concord's defense held visiting South Rowan to less than 40 yards Friday night in a 19-0 victory. 

Photos, stats, and full game summary coming soon. 

Saturday, 12 September 2015 04:42

Spiders win thriller over Bulls

Concord scored with just over a minute remaining to win 21-18 at Hickory Ridge Friday night. Photos, stats, and game recap to come!

Saturday, 05 September 2015 06:07

Spiders win SPC Opener

concord helmet2 49 east rowan nc 28

 

Concord jumped out to a 21-0 lead and never looked back in a 49-28 victory Friday night at East Rowan.

Keenan Black continued his strong play, going 17-29 for 229 yards while throwing three touchdowns.

Black capped the Spider’s first drive with a 29 yard touchdown pass to Carter Mozingo.

Later in the second quarter Black hit Ethan Wilder who scored form five yards to put Concord up 14-0.

On the ensuing Mustang drive Concord cornerback Justin Nicholson stepped in front of a Max Wall pass and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown and a 21-0 Concord lead.

The Mustangs would answer,  Naquise Caldwell caught a pass and slipped free from two Spider defenders to get the Mustangs on the board.

Concord responded with a methodical drive, capped by P.J. Hall’s five yard touchdown run.

The Wall to Caldwell connection would pay dividends for the Mustangs again. Wall threw a jump ball to the left corner of the endzone that Caldwell plucked out of the air for the Mustangs second score.

The Spiders replied with another long drive, dominated by Hall rushes. Black found tight end Drew Yoos over the middle to give Concord a 34-15 halftime lead.

Concord squashed any hopes of an East Rowan comeback in the third quarter. Black scored on a short keeper after guiding the Spiders down the field.

After a Mike Baker sack, Concord scored their final touchdown on a 20 yard Carter Mozingo run.

Concord subbed heavily toward the end of the third quarter.

Max Wall scored two rushing touchdowns in the 4th quarter, including one on the final play of the game.

Black’s strong play combined with an improved ground game featuring P.J. Hall proved too much for the Mustangs.

Hall finished with 85 yards on 16 carries. He also added 5 receptions good for 83 yards. Black also added 87 yards rushing.

The Spider defense turned in a strong effort, generating 5 turnovers and a score.

Stats courtesy Scott Dyer and Billy Lyerly.

Photos to come from Dale Barbee.

Next Game:
The Spiders will travel to Hickory Ridge next Friday.

First Meeting: 2007

Series record: Concord leads 5-3

Last week the Bulls beat Robinson 34-28.

Hickory Ridge’s Head Coach is Concord alumni Marty Paxton.


  1 2 3 4 FINAL  
CONCORD 6 28 15 0 49  
EAST ROWAN 0 15 0 13 28  
             
             
    PASSING      
             
    COMP. ATT. YARDS TD INT
Black 3 17 29 225 3 0
Bell 17 1 1 19 0 0
             
             
  TOTAL 18 30 244 3 0
             
             
    RUSHING      
             
    ATT. YARDS TD    
Black 3 16 87 1    
Nasirildeen 4 1 6      
Hall 5 16 85 1    
Mozingo 14 2 24 1    
Bell 17 2 -5      
Spratt 39 1 -1      
Miller 44 4 2      
             
  TOTAL 42 198 3    
             
             
    RECEIVING      
             
    CATCH YARDS TD    
Wilder 2 4 49 1    
Nasirildeen 4 1 8      
Hall 5 5 83      
Mozingo 14 5 74 1    
Yoos 42 3 30 1    
             
             
             
             
  TOTAL 18 244 3    
             
             
             
             
RUSHING   198 YARDS      
PASSING   244 YARDS      
             
TOTAL   442 YARDS      
             

DEFENSE
                       
        TACKLES   FUMBLE FUMBLE   INT. PASS BLK
PLAYER # TACKLES ASSIST FOR LOSS SACK RECOVERY RET. YDS. INT. RET. YDS. DEF. KICK
Nasirildeen 4 5                  
Hall 5 1                  
Loukos 6 5   1   1 0        
Baker 7 5   1   1 0        
Gugliotti 8 1                  
Santiago 9 1                  
Spriggs 10 2                  
Kelly 12 5                  
Eddie 13 3                  
Barrier 15 1                  
Blackwelder 16 4           2 0    
Nicholson 19 2           1 50    
Nash 31 1               1  
Dsouza 32 3   1              
Coleman 35 1                  
Lenyoun 58 1                  
Rogers 70 2   1              
Scott 72 1                  
Sandidge 90 2   2              
                       
TOTALS   46 0 6 0 2 0 3 50 1 0
                       
PASSING PERCENTAGE QTR. COMP. ATT. % YARDS
  1st Q 2 5 40.0% 10
    2nd Q 6 12 50.0% 113
    3rd Q 2 5 40.0% 9
    4th Q 3 7 42.9% 40
    Total 13 29 44.8% 172

 

PLAYS OF 20 YARDS + RUN PASS RETURN
    3 3 2

 

3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS
RUN 1
PASS 2
PENALTY 1



4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS
RUN  0
PASS  0
PENALTY  0

 

 

 

  

Saturday, 29 August 2015 04:34

Spiders down Bulldogs

concord helmet2 49 albemarle nc 12

Keenan Black threw four touchdown passes to lead Concord to a 49-12 victory over Albemarle Friday night.

Concord scored touchdowns on their first six possessions in the first half.

After stopping the Bulldogs initial drive, P.J. Hall put the Spiders on the board with a 10 yard touchdown dash.

Black and Ethan Wilder connected for the next two Spider touchdowns. On the first Black found a wide open Wilder for 57 yards. The second covered 27 yards. Two minutes into the 2nd quarter the Spiders had a 21-0 lead.

After the Spider defense forced a quick three and out the offense wasted little time adding to the lead. On the second play of the drive Carter Mozingo scored on a swing pass from 34 yards.

On the next drive Spider cornerback Justin Nicholson recovered a Bulldog fumble to set the Spiders up at the Bulldog 30 yard line.

Junior receiver Hamsah Nasirildeen scored three plays later, covering 22 yards on a sweep.

Albemarle put together a long drive and added a touchdown when Caleb Bird scrambed 14 yards for a score.

Just before halftime Mozingo struck again with a 41 yard touchdown reception. The Spiders carried a 42-6 lead into halftime.

Nick Kelly came on in relief of Hall and added the Spiders final touchdown early in the third quarter.

The Spiders subbed heavily for the rest of the game.

Albemarle added another score on a wild snap punt the Bulldogs recovered in the endzone.

Kennan Black had an outstanding night, finishing 6-10 for 176 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Ethan Wilder and Carter Mozingo each had 2 touchdown receptions.

P.J. Hall added 69 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Landon Loukos and Mike Baker led the Spider defense with 7 tackles each. J.D. Miller added a sack. Davionne Eddie and Justin Nicholson recovered fumbles.

Stats courtesy Scott Dyer and Billy Lyerly. Photos from Dale Barbee. 

Next Week:

The Spiders will open SPC play traveling to East Rowan.

Series Record:

Concord leads 39-3-1. East victories came in 1969, 1979, 2009.


  1 2 3 4 FINAL  
CONCORD 14 28 7 0 49  
ALBEMARLE 0 6 0 6 12  
             
             
    PASSING      
             
    COMP. ATT. YARDS TD INT
Black 3 6 10 176 4 0
             
  TOTAL 6 10 176 4 0
             
             
    RUSHING      
             
    ATT. YARDS TD    
Black 3 1 13      
Nasirildeen 4 2 28 1    
Hall 5 8 69 1    
Kelly 12 4 18 1    
Spratt 39 2 -5      
Miller 44 3 6      
             
             
  TOTAL 20 129 3    
             
             
    RECEIVING      
             
    CATCH YARDS TD    
Wilder 2 2 78 2    
hall 5 1 14      
Mozingo 14 2 75 2    
Yoos 42 1 9      
             
  TOTAL 6 176 4    
             
             
             
             
RUSHING   129 YARDS      
PASSING   176 YARDS      
             
TOTAL   305 YARDS      

DEFENSE
                       
        TACKLES   FUMBLE FUMBLE   INT. PASS BLK
PLAYER # TACKLES ASSIST FOR LOSS SACK RECOVERY RET. YDS. INT. RET. YDS. DEF. KICK
Nasirildeen 4 2                  
Loukos 6 7   1              
Baker 7 7   2              
Gugliotti 8 5   1              
Santiago 9 2                  
Spriggs 10 3                  
Kelly 12 4                  
Eddie 13 5       1 0     2  
Barrier 15 5   1              
Blackwelder 16 5   1              
Nicholson 19 2       1 0        
Grissom 30 1                  
Nash 31 3                  
Dsouza 32 2                  
Coleman 35 1   1              
Miller 38 1     1            
Propst 43 2   1              
Staton 80 1                  
Sandidge 90 4   1              
                       
TOTALS   62 0 9 1 2 0 0 0 2 0
                       
                       
                       
                       
PASSING PERCENTAGE QTR. COMP. ATT. % YARDS          
  1st Q 0 0 0.0% 0          
    2nd Q 2 3 66.7% 33          
    3rd Q 0 1 0.0% 0          
    4th Q 1 1 100.0% 29          
    Total 3 5 60.0% 62          
                       
                       
PLAYS OF 20 YARDS + RUN PASS RETURN              
    1 2                
                       
                       
3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS                  
RUN 3                  
PASS                    
PENALTY 1                  
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 20:58

Smith Sets Record in Spiders Win

concord helmet2 41 piedmont panthers nc 6

 

Roger Smith broke Jay Graham's single game rushing record Friday night as Concord rolled past Piedmont 41-6.

Smith would ramble 75 yards on Concord's opening drive to put the Spiders up 7-0 with Brandon Barnhardt's extra point. After a Piedmont punt Smith would add another long touchdown this time 76 yards. Concord would add another touchdown as quarterback Eric Brenk would find Evann Carpenter for a 45 yard touchdown. The first quarter would end with Concord up 20-0.

The Roger Smith show would continue in the 2nd quarter. Smith would add another long touchdown, this time covering 45 yards. Later QB Ben Brill would find Jimmy Dyre on a 40 yard touchdown to put the Spiders up 34-0 going into halftime.

In the 3rd quarter Smith would add another touchdown, this one covering 2 yards. Smith would finish with 320 yards on 16 carries breaking Jay Graham's record that had stood for 16 years. Smith would leave the game early in the 3rd after scoring 4 touchdowns. Concord would substitute after jumping out to a 41-0 lead.

The defenses would control the rest of the game. Freshman DB Dominique Posey would add a interception for the Spider defense. The Panthers would get on the board late in the game on QB Ben Howard's 10 yard keeper. The extra point was blocked by Spider lineman Brandon Burchfield.

Cody Luck would lead the Spider defense with 5 tackles. Anthony Haynie, Norman Young, and Brandon Burchfield would add sacks for the Spiders. 

The Spiders return to action next week hosting Hickory Ridge.

Stats courtesy Scott Dyer and Billy Lyerly.


1

2

3

4

FINAL

 

CONCORD

20

14

7

0

41

 

PIEDMONT

0

0

0

6

6

 
             
             
   

PASSING

     
             
   

COMP.

ATT.

YARDS

TD

INT

BRENK

3

4

5

72

1

 

BRILL

4

4

7

86

1

 

WILLIX

30

2

2

18

   
             
 

TOTAL

10

14

176

2

0

             
             
   

RUSHING

     
             
   

ATT.

YARDS

TD

   

BRENK

3

1

-4

     

SMITH

5

16

320

4

   

BENNETT

20

1

2

     

WILLIX

30

1

1

     

L. POSEY

32

2

25

     

TUTSON

33

4

13

     
             
             
 

TOTAL

25

357

4

   
             
             
   

RECEIVING

     
             
   

CATCH

YARDS

TD

   

J. MOORE

1

2

48

     

J. DRYE

7

4

65

1

   

E. CARPENTER

13

2

42

1

   

W. PROPST

18

2

21

     
             
             
             
             
 

TOTAL

10

176

2

   
             
             
             
             
             

RUSHING

 

357

YARDS

     

PASSING

 

176

YARDS

     
             

TOTAL

 

533

YARDS

 

DEFENSE

                     
       

TACKLES

 

FUMBLE

FUMBLE

 

INT.

PASS

PLAYER

#

TACKLES

ASSIST

FOR LOSS

SACK

RECOVERY

RET. YDS.

INT.

RET. YDS.

DEF.

J. MOORE

1

3

               

A. HAYNIE

9

3

2

 

1

         

CARPENTER

13

1

1

             

RITCHIE

15

1

               

PACK

19

2

               

BENNETT

20

1

               

HAMMONDS

24

1

1

             

PHILLIPS

25

3

               

D. POSEY

31

3

1

       

1

25

 

JOSEY

40

2

1

             

ROUSE

44

1

1

1

           

LOCKAVITCH

51

4

1

             

LUCK

54

5

               

SEDERGREN

55

4

2

1

           

HOUSTON

61

1

               

BURCHFIELD

65

4

   

1

1

0

   

BLK PAT

YOUNG

77

3

   

1

         

TOTALS

 

42

10

2

3

1

0

1

25

0

                     
Saturday, 01 September 2007 20:46

Bulldogs top Spiders

concord helmet2 27 robinson nc 32

 

The Bulldogs scored a touchdown with a little over a minute left to top Concord 32-27 Friday night at J.M. Robinson Stadium.

The first quarter ended with the Spiders holding a 7-0 lead. Then things got exciting. The two teams would trade big play after big play. After a slow first quarter the teams would combine for 33 points in the 2nd quarter highlighted by Dominique Posey's 80 yard kickoff return touchdown. The first half would end in a 20-20 tie.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 19:25

Wonders reclaim Victory Bell

Senior tailback Jalen Cagle scored two fourth quarter touchdowns Friday night to drive Brown to a 26-15 victory over Concord. It was the 87th meeting in the storied rivalry between the schools separated by only  7 miles.  

Brown struck first, taking a 7-0 lead after Damon Johnson’s 21 yard touchdown pass to Dominique Washington.

After exchanging a few punts Concord answered in the 2nd quarter. Keenan Black scored with 6:30 left in the second quarter to knot the score at 7 a piece. The drive featured a flea flicker completion to a leaping Hamsah Nasirildeen.

Brown took the lead midway through the third. Johnson found Washington again, this time covering 44 yards.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015 18:45

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