Cuthbertson News

  • NOV

    Cavs end 2018 with loss

    The Cavaliers, down 10-7 at half-time saw Weddington score 20 points in the 3rd quarter on their way to a 44-21 win. The Cavs scored 1st on a 14-yard pass from Davis Walker to Trevor Grant. The Warriors answered that with a 56-yard TD from Litton to Brimigion and never looked back. The Cavs didn't score again till the 4th quarter when the game was well in had for Weddington. Dylan Tierney caught a 11-yad pass from Walker and Chris Panko returned a Weddington pass for a 32-yard interception touchdown.The Cavaliers managed just 89 rushing yards on 35 carries in the loss. Senior QB Davis Walker was 16-of-29 for 152 yards and 2 TDs but was intercepted 3 times. Dylan Tierney led the Cavs with 6 catches for 90 yards and a TD. Senior WR Trevor Grant caught 4 passes for 24 yards.

    • OCT

      Cavs drop 3rd SCC loss in a row.

      Charlotte Catholic continued to dominated the SCC, this time defeating Cuthbertson on the road by 35 points. The win guarantees the Cougars at least a share of the league title and they will have a chance to win it outright next week against Marvin Ridge. Dating back to 2009, Catholic has now won 63 straight conference games. The Cougars went undefeated last year and won the 3A state championship. The Cougars jumped out to a 28-0 lead on the strength of three passing touchdowns. They took a 35-0 lead into the break. Coming into the game, Catholic had just seven total passing touchdowns in nine games. The Cavaliers got their only score of the night on a touchdown run by senior Myles Wallace. It was Wallace’s team-high seventh rushing touchdown of the season. Cuthbertson falls to 3-7 overall and 3-3 in the Southern Carolina Conference adn will be at Weddington Friday Nov. 2nd.

      • OCT

        Cavs drop 2nd SCC loss in a row.

        The Cavaliers were hit by the Sun Valley high powered offense and could not rebound falling to the Sparans 55-28. Sun Valley's Sam Howell threw a TD on his first three pass attempts adn the Sparatns never looked back. Cuthbertson (3-6, 3-2 SCC) got touchdown runs from seniors Myles Wallace and Coleman Ferguson, while seniors Trevor Grant and Justice Fowler each caught touchdown passes from senior quarterback Davis Walker. Walker was 15-of-30 for 183 with 2 TDs and 2 INTs. Grant’s game-high eight catches for 100 yards all came in the first half, while Ferguson ran for a team-high 119 yards. Cuthbertson will host Charlotte Catholic Friday Oct. 26th.

        • OCT

          Cavs handed 1st SCC loss by Mavs

          The Cavaliers were shut out for the first time in 2018, falling to SCC rival Marvin Ridge 38-0. The Cavs put up big offensive numbers but could never get it into the endzone. Senior QB Davis Walker was 25-of-39 for 245 yards and 1 int. The Cavs were held to 121 rushing yards on 33 attempts. Myles Wallace led Cuthbertson with 62 yards on 19 carries. Jayden Jennings led the Cavs with 7 catches for 87 yards. Cuthbertson will travle to Sun Valley Friday Oct. 19th.

          • OCT

            Cavs on 3-game win streak and in 1st place

            The Cavaliers rallied for a 16-15 home win over Monroe on Friday, marking their third consecutive win after starting the season 0-4. They sit atop the league standings with Charlotte Catholic. The Cavs didn’t lead in the game until the first play of the fourth quarter, when senior receiver Trevor Grant caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from senior quarterback Davis Walker. Senior Brendan Sroczynski’s extra point proved to be the game-winner. Despite missing a game, Grant has a Union County-best 47 catches for 480 yards and two TDs on the season. Monroe (4-3, 1-2 SCC) drove into Cavalier territory later in the fourth, but Cavs junior safety Jackson Cheek ended the drive with his second interception of the night near the goal line with 5:05 left. CHS senior tailback Myles Wallace then put the Redhawks away with three first-down runs on the ensuing drive, including a 24-yarder on third down from his own eight-yard line. Wallace finished with 28 carries for 95 yards. He had 47 yards on the final Cavalier possession. Cuthbertson will travle to Marvin Ridge Friday Oct. 12th.

            • SEP

              Cavs score 32 unanswered points in win over Panthers

              Trailing by six points late in the first half, Cuthbertson rallied to score 32 unanswered points to defeat Piedmont, 38-12, on the road Friday night. The win keeps the Cavaliers on pace with Charlotte Catholic at 2-0 in the Southern Carolina Conference and 2-4 overall, while the Panthers fell to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in league play. Senior quarterback Davis Walker led the Cavs defensively, completing 16-of-26 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns. Senior WR Blake Hesse hauled in a 17-yarder early in the fourth quarter to push the lead to 31-12, and Dylan Tierney scored on a 35-yard pass midway through the final period for the game’s final touchdown. Cuthbertson will look to go 3-0 in league play next week as they host Monroe on Friday Oct. 5th.

              • SEP

                Cavs Walker throws 5 TDs in win

                The Cuthbertson Cavaliers improved to 1-4 overall and 1-0 in the Southern Carolina Conference behind 5 TD passes from senior QB Davis Walker. The Cavs got a big night from senior quarterback Davis Walker, who finished 22-of-34 for 315 yards with five touchdowns and one interception. He now has 1,339 yards with 14 touchdowns and four interceptions on the season. Walker was without his top receiver Trevor Grant, who leads Union County with 40 catches for 389 yards. According to Johnson, Grant will return to the field for Friday’s game against Piedmont. Senior Jayden Jennings caught three TD passes and finished with fi ve catches for 62 yards, while senior Dylan Tierney added two TD receptions. Senior tight end Griffin Kelly had four catches for 135 yards, including a 59-yarder on the first play of the game and a 50-yarder in the second half. The Cavaliers will host Piedmont Friday Sep. 28th.

                • SEP

                  Cavs fall to 0-4

                  Kings Mountain outscored Cuthbertson 28-3 in the second half to pull away for the home win. The Cavaliers tied the game up at 7 when senior Davis Walker found fellow senior Griffin Kelly just four minutes into the first quarter. After the Cuthbertson defense forced a fumble and recovered it, senior Brendan Sroczynski made a 37 yard field goal to give his team the lead at 10-7. Sroczynski made two more field goals in the half; his third kick gave the Cavaliers their last lead of the night, 16-14, before Kings Mountain scored right before the half to go into halftime up 20-16. Sroczynski scored the only points of the half for Cuthbertson, giving him four field goals on the night. The Cavs were without Myles Wallace in the backfield. Trevor Grant had just 2 cathes for 26 yards in the loss. The Cavaliers fell to 0-4 and will be on a bye this Friday and will be at Parkwood Friday Sep. 21st.

                  • AUG

                    Cavs fall to 0-3 despite 5 TD passes from Davis

                    Cavaliers QB Davis Walker would throw for 5 TDs in the loss to Anson Co. Davis was 27-of-48 for 318 yards. Walker connected with Jay Rector 7 times for 116 yards and 2 TDs. Trevor Grant had 8 catches for 74 yards and at TD. Griffin Kelly had 4 catches for 23 yards and 2 TDs. The Cavs were without senior RB Myles Wallace. Jack Rhinehart stepped in and ran for 100 yards on 16 carries. The Cavs will travel to Kings Mountain Friday Sept 7th.

                    • AUG

                      Cavs fall to 0-2

                      The Cavaliers were unable to hold an early lead and fell to JM Robinson 27-19.The Cavaliers scored first, driving 73 yards with senior Myles Wallace rushing for the score. On the ensuing play, the Bulldogs fumbled and senior Alex Graffeo recovered for Cuthbertson. Wallace struck again with his second touchdown of the night and just five minutes into the game, the Cavaliers led 13-0. In the second quarter Robinson took its first lead of the season by scoring 14 unanswered points to take a 14-13 advantage. That lead didn’t last long, though, as Cuthbertson marched down; senior QB Davis Walker connected with senior Jayden Jennings to reclaim the lead, 19-13, for the home team. The Bulldogs answered with seconds left in the half, taking the lead for good at 20-19. They shut the Cavaliers out in the second half and added a fourth quarter score. Cuthbertson will look for its first win of the season against 0-2 Anson at Walter Bickett Stadium Friday Aug 31st.

                      • AUG

                        Cavs can't top Pirates

                        The Cavaliers were unable to stop the running attack of Porter Ridge and lost to the visiting Pirates 56-35. Cuthbertson. Cuthbertson had several players put up big numbers on Friday. Senior tailback Myles Wallace rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. He also had a 97-yard kickoff return for a score in the fourth quarter. Senior Trevor Grant set a Cavalier record with with 16 catches for 150 yards. Cavs senior QB Davis Walker was 22-of-35 for 245 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. in the loss Cavs' senior kicker Brendan Sroczynski was 5-for-5. on the night. The Cavs will host JM Robinson Friday Aug 24th.

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