Let’s take a look back and see how the 2014 Charlotte 49ers football verbals did in their games this weekend.
Christian Asher and Woodberry Forest (VA) won their first game of the season, dropping Benedictine 21-7.
Brooks Barden, Mark Quattlebaum and Cartersville (GA) improved to 2-0 after a 42-7 beatdown of Cass (GA) at home. Quattlebaum looked good in this one, making four grabs for 70 yards and a score; he also had a nice kick return for 60 yards to the 2-yards line to set his team up. Barden, meanwhile, ended 13-30 for 227 yards and two touchdowns, along with seven rushes and 73 yards on the ground.
Chris Brown and Vance (NC) dropped to 1-1 after a 41-33 loss to Richmond.
Tristan Butcher and Coweta (OK) opened their season with a 21-2 loss against Wagoner.
Nate Davis and Stone Bridge (VA) fell in their season opener, 31-26 to Lake Braddock.
Jean-Luc Cerza-Lanaux and Charlotte Christian (NC) are now 3-0 after dumping local rival Victory Christian Center 49-6.
Juwan Foggie had a touchdown catch for High Point Central (NC) as they drilled Thomasville (NC) 40-13.
Arthur Hart and Model School for the Deaf (DC) dropped to 0-2 with a 50-7 loss to in-city foe Perry Street Prep.
Workpeh Kofa was quiet in an Independence (NC) 21-8 win over Olympic (NC).
Chris Montgomery and Burns (NC) moved to 3-0 with a 24-6 win over Freedom. Montgomery threw for 108 yards and tacked on 77 more on the ground.
Emmanuel Moseley and Dudley (NC) improved to 3-0 after rocking Person 48-3. Moseley was active in the offensive game, starting at quarterback and helping his team maintain an unblemished record.
Maetron Thomas and Stockbridge (GA) are now 2-0 after taking care of Upson-Lee, 15-8. Thomas had a score from 15 in this one.
Najee Tucker, who recorded a pick in his second straight game, and West Rowan improved to 2-1 with a 55-0 drubbing of Salisbury.
R.J. Tyler and Wagener-Salley (SC) fell to 2-1 after a close 30-27 defeat at the hands of Pelion.