The high school football season is coming to a close in North Carolina as the Butler Bulldogs will take on the Wake Forest-Rolesville Cougars for the 4-AA North Carolina State championship in Raleigh, NC at Carter-Finley Stadium today. For both fan bases this is a huge game to take home the big prize. On a side note, this video is of a small town North Carolina man that you may not even know about but is quite humorous.
Even though Wake Forest-Rolesville is just 20 minutes away and Butler is less than three hours it is still the case that many people that cheer for these schools will search to watch or listen to the NC state title game online. By scouring the Internet most sports fans will likely find a radio station that streams live online feeds so they can listen to their favorite team play in the state championship game in Raleigh. By using this link and testing out some of these radio stations you will likely find one that has the game today.
Here is a little bit about Wake Forest Rolesville from the Raleigh News and Observer:
John Conyers knew he had done his job. With the entire fourth quarter still to be played, he stood at the sideline and tried to control his excitement. Conyers, the quarterback for Wake Forest-Rolesville, knew he wasn’t going to throw the ball again.
That’s because he didn’t need to. The celebrating had begun after Conyers’ 31-yard touchdown throw. And after a 28-7 victory over Panther Creek on Friday in the 4-AA East Regional final, Conyers and the rest of the Cougars had made school history: They advanced to their first state championship game in football.
All season, Conyers had waited for his moment, his chance to leave his mark on WF-R’s best season. But with WF-R’s Wing-T offense, Conyers has had to mostly watch his teammates, running backs James Harris, Marcus Jones and Seth Hall, carry most of the load on offense.
Here is a little bit about the Butler Bulldogs from the Mint Hill Times:
The Butler Bulldogs defeated Vance 44-24 on Friday to advance to the North Carolina 4AA football state championship game. The victory brings Butler’s win streak to 30 games overall, and puts them into the state title game for the second year in a row.
Jahwan Edwards was the player of the night, scoring three touchdowns on 27 carries. Edwards had over 200 yards rushing and receiving in the game.
Austin Stewart came up with a key interception in the third quarter for the Bulldogs. Later in the game Stewart returned a punt for a touchdown.
Butler will play Wake Forest-Rolesville for the state title on Saturday, Dec. 11. The game will take place at N.C. State’s Carter-Finley Stadium. Kickoff is 11 a.m.
As we get much closer to this game it will be the case that more and more fans looking to watch or listen to a live streaming feed of their favorite high school football team. The winner of this game will also likely look for NC state championship t shirts, hats and sweatshirts so they can show the pride that have in their team which won the 4-AA state championship football title in 2010.