The Moore County Middle School Raiders improved their record to 11-1 on Monday with a 12-7 win over Westwood. They play their final regular season game in Lynchburg on Tuesday.
The MCHS Raiders managed back-to-back shut outs against Cornersville on Monday and Tuesday. They head to Culleoka on Wednesday.
Moore County will play the Jo Byrns Red Devils for Homecoming on Friday. Crowning of the Homecoming Queen begins at 6 p.m. and kick off is at 7 p.m.
Despite a narrow loss in Fayetteville last Friday, Raiders are still one of the top 10 Class 1A teams in the state, according to the AP.
It’s a battle of ranked teams on Friday as #5 Moore County faces off with #6 Fayetteville.
The MC Raiders are either number two or ranked fifth among all Division 1 Class A football teams … depending on which poll you choose.
Fresh off two home wins, the Raiders travel to Cornersville on Friday for their first conference match up.
Raiders combined grit and effort to snag a 15-0 win over Cascade in the home opener.
Moore County joins eight other schools on the hunt for a new head football coach.
The Moore County High School Raiders (8-14, 1-3) will travel to Hendersonville on Saturday, February 29 to take on Merrol Hyde Magnet School in the first round of the TSSAA Region 4-A Boys Basketball Tournament.