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High school soccer: Standings, schedule


  Central Carolina

        Overall             CCC

   Ledford 14-1-1 12-0

   Oak Grove 10-5-1 9-3

   Salisbury 11-5 8-4

   North Davidson 10-5 8-4

   Thomasville 9-5-1 7-5

   South Rowan 10-7 6-6

   West Davidson 6-8 4-8

   Cent. Davidson 6-11 3-9

   East Davidson 5-11 3-9

   Lexington 2-12-1 0-12

            Monday’s games

Salisbury at Central Davidson

East Davidson at Thomasvlle

Ledford at Lexington

North Davidson at West Davidson

Oak Grove at South Rowan

           Wednesday’s games

Central Davidson at Ledford

Lexington at East Davidson

Thomasville at North Davidson

Oak Grove at Salisbury

West Davidson at South Rowan

             Thursday’s games

Wheatmore at Thomasville


North Piedmont

          Overall             NPC

   South Iredell 12-2-2 5-0

   Statesville 7-5-2 3-1

  North Iredell 12-3-1 2-2

   West Rowan 4-10-1 2-2

   Carson 1-10-1 1-4

   East Rowan 1-12-2 0-4

                Monday’s games

Statesville at West Rowan

North Iredell at East Rowan

Carson at South Iredell

           Wednesday’s games

South Iredell at Statesville

East Rowan at West Rowan

North Iredell at Carson

             Thursday’s games

Carson at West Rowan


South Piedmont

          Overall             SPC

  Concord 16-1-2 9-1

  A.L. Brown 14-2-1 7-2

  Robinson 7-6-2 4-5

  NW Cabarrus 6-7 4-6

  Central Cabarrus 8-7 3-6

  Cox Mill 5-11-1 1-8

             Tuesday’s games

A.L. Brown at Robinson

Cox Mill at Central Cabarrus

                 Thursday’s games

Robinson at Concord

A.L. Brown at Cox Mill


           Yadkin Valley

          Overall             YVC

  Gray Stone 13-1-1 10-0

  North Moore 8-4-1 6-2

  Uwharrie Charter 7-3 5-3

  Albemarle 5-6 3-4

  North Stanly 2-8-1 2-6

  South Stanly 3-8-1 2-6

  South Davidson 0-11 0-7

                     Monday’s games

Uwharrie Charter at North Stanly

South Davidson at South Stanly

                 Tuesday’s games

North Moore at South Davidson

                Wednesday’s games

Albemarle at Gray Stone

North Moore at Uwharrie Charter

South Stanly at North Stanly

                Thursday’s games

North Stanly at Mount Pleasant



Seeds announced, Nov. 4

First round of playoffs, Nov. 6

Second round of playoffs, Nov. 9

Third round of playoffs, Nov. 13

Fourth round of playoffs, Nov. 16

Regional championships, Nov. 19

State championships, Nov. 23




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