2011 NCHSAA Football Brackets (Official) – ALL CLASSES

Good luck to SouthWest, Tarboro and North Edgecombe on the 1st round of the upcoming playoffs.

2011 NCHSAA Football Brackets (Official) – ALL CLASSES

Vikings remember perfect season with ring ceremony–Source: The Rocky Mount Telegram

TARBORO — There they were, the most successful team in Tarboro football history, standing in a wide circle on Thursday night in the school’s gymnasium. (Paid Content)

Note: Congratulations Tarboro again for an outstanding season. C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher

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Congratulations Tarboro Vikings (16-0) On Your Victory Over Winston Salem Carver For The State 2-A State Championship

Tarboro has done it again State Champions for the 2nd straight year after defeating Winston Salem Carver 21 – 13.  Tarboro has made it to the State Championship game 3 years in a row.

Go Vikings!!

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‘WE DO WHAT WE DO’ – The Daily Southerner

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BLOWN CALLS Vikings survive officials whistle–Source: Daily Southerner

TARBORO — When Tarboro traveled to East Duplin to take on the Panthers in the third round of the 2-A playoffs football game Friday night, I went there expecting  the Panthers to have a slight edge with their 12th man, better known as the fans. That is normal. What I didn’t expect was that a 13th man would be involved – the referees. (Read more)

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Football Friday: Tarboro’s D comes up big–Daily Southerner

BEAULAVILLE — With his team facing elimination in the third round of the 2-A North Carolina High School Athletic Association Playoffs Friday night, Tarboro Viking Kendall Jacobs took matters into his own hand and made the biggest play of his senior career with an interception in the fourth quarter that led to the winning touchdown against the No. 1 seed East Duplin Panthers. Tarboro escaped with a 13-10 victory. (Read more)

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Tarboro moves to within a win of third straight state title game–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

BEULAVILLE — East Duplin controlled the clock and the ball, but the scoreboard belonged to Tarboro on Friday night.

The Vikings scored once early and took advantage of a late East Duplin turnover for the go-ahead score in a crazy fourth quarter for a 13-10 win at Charles R. Powers Stadium. (Read more)

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Congratulations Tarboro Vikings 13 On Your Victory Over East Duplin 10

Congratulations Tarboro Vikings one more game at home on Friday December 3, 2010 and you can go to the state playoffs the following week. Can you say “Repeat?”

Tarboro will host East Bladen on Friday December 3rd.

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Let’s go, Vikings. make us proud–Source: Daily Southerner

TARBORO — Our Vikings played one tough game this past Friday, and they are only going to get tougher in the playoffs. You, the fans, really got into this game like never before. The defense came up big several times, but I noticed that whenever the crowd got up and got loud to support the defense, they came through with a big play. (Read more)

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Down To One Edgecombe County Team Left In The Playoffs, Tarboro Wins While North Edgecombe Falls

Congratulations on your victory over Roanoke Rapids 35 – 14.

Good luck as you travel to East Duplin on Friday November 26.

BUS SEATS TO EAST DUPLIN HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NOV. 26, 2010 AVAILBLE. CONTACT MRS. LEVETTA HOWARD AT 200-8024. SEATS ARE $20.00 FIRST COME-FIRSTSEVED BASIS. ONLY 47 SEATS AVAILABLE. MONEY DUE BY WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 2010. LET’S FILL THIS BUS AND GO CHEER OUR VIKINGS ON TO A VICTORY OVER THOSE PANTHERS. "WE JUST LOVE THOSE VIKINGS"

Northampton-West defeats North Edgecombe 14 -6.

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Congratulations Tarboro and North Edgecombe Football Teams Who Advances To Round 2

Tarboro 47 vs Pasquotank 0

Tarboro will host Roanoke Rapids on 11/19/10

North Edgecombe 40 vs Kipp-Pride 20

North Edgecombe will host Northampton West 11/19/10


Let’s go Vikings and Warriors keep hope alive in Edgecombe County.