The underdog R-S Central Hilltoppers surprised the Mountaineers 21-14 in OT.
Here are the scores from tonight's games:
Sports Editor Jimmy Potts and Sports Reporters Jacob Conley and Bill McDaniel discuss this weekend's football games.
The R-S Central Hilltopper cross country team continues its dominance over other Rutherford County teams after finishing fourth in the South Mountain Athletic Conference meeting Wednesday.
The post season picture is starting to materialize and the Kings Mountaineers and the R-S Central Hilltoppers know all too well of the implications tonight’s game has on the postseason.
Rutherford County has three teams vying for spots in the upcoming football playoffs, but understanding the convoluted requirements for qualifying may be difficult.
With only three games left on the soccer schedule before the Southern Piedmont Athletic Conference (SPAC) and South Mountain Athletic Conference (SMAC) tournaments, it seems Rutherford County has three teams vying for playoff spots.
The fans of R-S Central and East Rutherford were treated to a barnburner on Monday evening as the Hilltoppers were able to pull out the win in dramatic fashion.
The R-S Central Lady Hilltoppers were able to put away the pesky Lady Cavaliers from East Rutherford on Monday night in three games, 25-10, 25-15 and 25-22.
A late sack by R-S Central defensive end Andrew Steptoe halted a potential game-winning drive and gave the Hilltoppers a 14-10 victory over Chase.