LOCAL SPORTS | The Raiders ended their playoff run at McKenzie on Friday but the future looks bright for Moore County in Class 1A next year.
LOCAL SPORTS | The Raiders put together a “unicorn game” on Friday — scoring on four straight first down plays in the first six minutes of the game to beat Cornersville 53-0.
LOCAL SPORTS | The Raiders shut out Collinwood on Friday. Logan Hegwood led with three touchdowns. Moore County remains ranked No. 7.
Despite the Wildcats elusive triple option offense, the Raider defense — led by Landon Smith, Peyton Martin, Eli Brown, Logan Cashion, Dillon Sherrill, Bryson Carter, and Wes Clifton — managed crucial stops to help Moore County earned a 34-25 district win over Wayne County.
LOCAL SPORTS | The Raiders will travel to Wayne County on Friday to renew a Region 5A game with roots all the way back to the the 1950s.
LOCAL SPORTS | Despite the distractions of homecoming week in Moore County, the MCHS Raiders handled their business on Friday night with a 21-0 victory over Eagleville.
The Moore County Raiders will face off with the the Fayetteville Tigers on Tuesday in Lynchburg for the District 9A Championship.
Will Harder’s 22 points helped lift the Raiders to a 64-37 district home win over Cornersville on January 21 in Lynchburg. Moore County plays their district rivals, the Huntland Hornets, in Lynchburg on Friday.
It rained three point shots in Lynchburg on Friday in the Raiderettes versus Cornersville district home opener. Moore County beat the Lady Bulldogs 61-26, lifting them to second place in the District 8A rankings.
Moore County jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in Eagleville last night. Chloe Brazier led for the Raiderettes with 23 points followed by Olivia Richards with 14.