As a homeowner, you know that your HVAC unit is one of the most important components in your house. It keeps you cool during hot summer days and warm on chilly winter nights. When it's working properly, it's easy to forget its important role in your everyday life. But when it malfunctions, you quickly remember how crucial heating and AC repair in Pembroke, GA, is for your family.
At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, our mission is to ensure your cooling and heating systems remain effective throughout the year at the lowest prices available. Unlike some of our competitors, we prefer to put our customers first before anything else. We believe in doing right by the folks who choose our business. Cutting corners to save a few bucks? Annoying sales pitches to try and sell you new parts or equipment? That's just not the way we do business.
When you choose Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, you can rest easy knowing you won't have to pay outlandish fees for our services. As a licensed, bonded heating and air conditioning company, we know how important trust is when it comes to the nature of our business. We go above and beyond other HVAC companies and treat your home like it was our own. That way, you have peace of mind knowing you and your family are in capable, responsible hands.
We take pride in providing our customers with the highest quality service. Our highly trained technicians have experience handling all aspects of HVAC repair, from routine maintenance problems to advanced A/C unit installation projects in Pembroke, GA.
Through hard work, honesty, and integrity, we have built a loyal customer base that continues to grow each month. It would be our honor to call you our customer too. Whether you need a routine maintenance check or emergency heater repair in Pembroke, we are here for you every step of the way, 24-hours a day.
We get it - there are a lot of A/C companies out there to sift through. You want to be sure you choose the best company for your needs and budget.
Here are just a few reasons why our customers choose Liberty Heating & Airworx AC over other HVAC companies in South Georgia:
We're authorized to service and sell two of the most respected brands in the heating and A/C industry. No matter what size home you own, our technicians are fully equipped to handle any HVAC issue with your Goodman, Carrier, or other air conditioning units.
We go the extra mile to ensure that our customers feel safe and protected when they hire our team. We treat your home like it was our own, from the moment we step foot on your property to the time we pull out of your driveway.
We understand that money doesn't just grow on trees. You work hard to make an honest living and need reasonable pricing on A/C repair and other HVAC services. At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, you'll never have to worry about us charging you outrageous prices.
Has your heater gone out in the middle of a freezing January night? A/C unit quit working in the middle of summer? Despite some common red flags that you can keep an eye out for, you can never really plan for an HVAC malfunction. That's why we offer emergency HVAC services in Pembroke, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
With Ft. Stewart just a few minutes away, Pembroke has one of Georgia's largest active military populations. It is our honor to offer current and retired military members and their families discounted prices on their next service appointment. We also offer up to 10% off for Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Members. It's our small way of giving back to those who have sacrificed so much for our liberty.
From new unit installations to air conditioning repair, it would be our pleasure to provide you with a free estimate on our services.
Has your heater gone out in the middle of a freezing January night? A/C unit quit working in the middle of summer? Despite some common red flags that you can keep an eye out for, you can never really plan for an HVAC malfunction. That's why we offer emergency HVAC services in Pembroke, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
When your A/C unit or heater breaks suddenly, it can be hard to squeeze repairs into your budget. To make sure all of our customers are comfortable in their homes, we offer financing options to make your life easier.
Here in southern Georgia, our summers can be extremely hot and humid. Trying to live in a home without A/C a South Georgia summer isn't just a bad idea; it can be downright deadly. Fortunately, Liberty Heating & Airworx AC is here to help with all of your A/C needs. There's no A/C issue that our highly trained HVAC technicians haven't seen before, and no job too small or large for us to tackle. Whether your A/C system needs a basic issue resolved, or you need a new AC unit installed at your house, our team will be at your door in no time.
We have the experience and training to service all major air conditioning systems, from ductless systems to central air setups. We're authorized to service Goodman to Carrier brands, but the truth is it doesn't matter what A/C unit brand you have - our team can fix it all. If your unit is beyond repair, we can walk you through the process of installing a new A/C system and suggest appropriate units that will work well for your home.
Here are just a few of the most common A/C repair services we offer in Pembroke and the surrounding area:
Once springtime rolls around, it's very important that you keep your eyes and ears open for any potential warning signs that your A/C unit needs to be repaired. The last thing you need is to be caught off guard when June, July, and August are in full swing. Knowledge is power, and at Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, committed to keeping our customers in the loop about potential A/C repair warning signs. That way, you can take preventative steps rather than reactive ones.
Don't be alarmed if your A/C unit makes low-level noises throughout the day and night - these sounds are completely normal. However, if you hear loud, unusually abrupt noises coming from your unit, it may be time to have it repaired. Buzzing or rattling noises can mean a part is loose, while grinding or whistling can signal a more serious problem. Because these types of issues won't work themselves out on their own, a professional is needed to diagnose and correct the problem.
If you notice strange, smelly odors permeating throughout your home, your first instinct may be to grab the air freshener. However, unpleasant odors can be a sign that your A/C unit needs attention. Our A/C repair techs will let you know what's going on and how a potential issue can be remediated with a quick diagnostic test.
Your A/C unit needs refrigerant to keep your home cool and comfortable when it's hot outside. It's common for condensation to accumulate as your system cools your home. With that said, if you notice pooling water or an active leak coming from your A/C system, it's time to call an A/C repair tech ASAP. Leaks can cause extensive damage to your home, and the problem needs to be addressed quickly.
South Georgia isn't known for its freezing temperatures, but one thing is for sure - wintertime in Pembroke can get very cold. When the temps begin to drop, your home's furnace works properly. Modern homes have come a long way since the days of wood and coal. Your home's heater is complicated, and when one component fails, the entire system can be affected. In situations like these, it's important not to panic. Instead, give Liberty Heating & Airworx AC a call. Our trustworthy team of heating repair experts have the knowledge and training to repair your furnace fast, so you can get back to enjoying your home.
Here are just a few of the most common issues that we can help repair:
Today's heating systems are complex. At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, our heating repair technicians receive ongoing training in all aspects of heating technology. That way, their skills stay sharp, and their techniques remain up to date. However, you don't need to be an expert to spot common signs that your heater may need to be repaired.
As colder months approach in Georgia, try to be aware of the following red flags:
You're probably used to a more expensive electricity bill when winter hits Pembroke. However, if you notice a huge price jump over last year's bill, it could be a sign that something is wrong with your heating system. Utility companies are known for raising prices gradually, but a dramatic leap is a cause for concern.
Does your heater seem to work perfectly in some areas of your house but not others? Are some rooms too hot while others are drafty and cold? If so, your heater may need repairing. This is a common issue in older homes and requires an expert to inspect your heater and ducts for airflow problems.
If the air in your house is hazy no matter how much you dust, your heater may be the problem. A furnace that circulates mildew, dust, and other harmful particles isn't working correctly. This issue is particularly bad for people with asthma or respiratory illnesses. If you haven't changed your home's air filter recently, be sure to do so. If the problem persists, it's time to call Liberty Heating & Airworx AC.
You and your family depend on your home's A/C system to keep you cool and comfortable during the hottest months of the year. Unfortunately, breakdowns happen at the worst possible times - like in the middle of July when temperatures are over 90 degrees. If you have had to repair your A/C system more and more often, investing in a new cooling system will save you time and money in the long run.
As an Authorized Carrier and Goodman dealer - two of the most recognized and respected brands in our industry - we have the highest quality units available. We handle every aspect of your new A/C installation from start to finish. That way, you can focus on living your life rather than worrying about the next time your A/C goes out.
If you have kept your unit well-maintained and changed your air filter regularly, you shouldn't experience this problem. If you do, and your system is old, it can be more cost-effective to replace it and have your duct system analyzed to fix the root cause of your dust issue.
If it feels unusually sticky in your home, like you just spent a few hours outside in the summertime, there's a good chance that something is seriously wrong with your air conditioning. Your air conditioner's job is to pull moisture out of the air to keep your feeling cool inside. When that process fails, it can increase your risk of mold and mildew growth - and that's just the start.
When your repair bills end up costing more than a down payment on a new A/C system, it might make more financial sense to invest in a more modern unit. Compare how much it costs to have our maintenance technicians perform regular service vs. the cost of a new air conditioning installation. The results may surprise you.
Just like the late Queen Elizabeth II, some Cape Codders are gaga about corgis. The dog breed that graced English palaces can also be found cavorting on the beaches and trails of our royally beautiful peninsula. Heck, the Cape Cod Corgi Club has more than 300 members on Facebook, where local folks celebrate their l...
Just like the late Queen Elizabeth II, some Cape Codders are gaga about corgis. The dog breed that graced English palaces can also be found cavorting on the beaches and trails of our royally beautiful peninsula. Heck, the Cape Cod Corgi Club has more than 300 members on Facebook, where local folks celebrate their low-to-the-ground besties.
"They are clowns," said Elizabeth "Liz" Lewis of Barnstable, who owns five corgis. "They make me laugh every day."
Her beloved lineup includes Aidan, Colin, Maylin, Owen and Emerson. And there's a bit of corgi family harmony going on, because Colin and Mayline are littermates.
Queen Elizabeth had so many corgi dogs...Princess Diana reportedly called them 'a moving carpet'
Lewis said corgis are easy to train and have a lot of personality. She described them as being "like a big dog in a small dog's body." When she walks the dogs, passersby often connect them with the late queen, said Lewis.
"She did love her dogs and did a good job breeding a nice line of corgis," she said about Queen Elizabeth II.
Lewis is a member of the Cape Cod Corgi Club Facebook group, where corgi love is off the leash. That's where Paula Peters of Mashpee posted her condolences to Muick and Sandy, Queen Elizabeth II's Pembroke Welsh corgis.
Peters isn't a big fan of the monarchy, but she loves the queen's corgis. She visited London a while back and had this to say about the experience:
"I could have cared less about seeing the queen, but I would have paid money to see her dogs."
Corgi-wise, Peters reigns over a household that includes Minnie and Sheldon. You can see a cute training graduation picture of the corgi pair on the Cape Cod Corgi Club group, where Peters wrote, "They sit, stay, down, wait ... unless of course there is a kitty involved."
While we were chatting on the phone, Peters provided an impressive demonstration of Minnie's comprehension of commands. "Find the toy," said Peters, and sounds of canine rummaging ensued. Quick as a wink, Minnie located the desired rubber ball, brought it to Peters and released it on command. Peters then lamented the fact that she would be stuck playing fetch for a while.
Peters said her corgis like to bark and they keep a sharp eye out for anything entering her yard, including UPS delivery folks and falling leaves that hit the window. They also like to herd things, including her two cats. But there's a lot to love as well.
"They are happy-looking dogs," she said. "They have this permanent smile on their face, even if they are mad."
For those considering a corgi as a pet, we bring you descriptions of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi from the American Kennel Club: "Among the most agreeable of all small housedogs, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a strong, athletic, and lively little herder who is affectionate and companionable without being needy.
"The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a masterpiece of the breeder's art: Every aspect of its makeup is perfectly suited to moving cattle, and yet it is so congenial and sweet-faced that it would be a cherished companion even if it never did a day's work."
If all this pooch talk has put you in the mood for a dog show, you are in luck. The Cranberry Cluster Dog Show is running through Sept. 18 at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds in East Falmouth. All sorts of dogs will be there, with ruff and tough judging and a whole lot of fun.
And for those who are worried about the future of the late queen's corgis, there's no need to fret. According to USA Today, Muick and Sandy will be cared for by Prince Andrew and Duchess Sarah Ferguson. Though the couple divorced more than 25 years ago, they both still live at the Royal Lodge on the Windsor estate, which appears to be suitable ground for quality walkies.
All the queen's corgis:Family tree shows Elizabeth's lifelong passion for signature dogs
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PEMBROKE, Ga. (WTOC) - In Pembroke one group is looking to carry on a years long tradition honoring veterans.If you drive through Pembroke often you might’ve seen the city’s flag display.While it’s been a staple in this area commemorating local veterans it’s encountered some funding issues recently as organizers look for new sponsors to keep the display going.It’s a Pembroke patriotic holiday tradition.But one that flag committee member Amy Barnes says has run into some issues....
PEMBROKE, Ga. (WTOC) - In Pembroke one group is looking to carry on a years long tradition honoring veterans.
If you drive through Pembroke often you might’ve seen the city’s flag display.
While it’s been a staple in this area commemorating local veterans it’s encountered some funding issues recently as organizers look for new sponsors to keep the display going.
It’s a Pembroke patriotic holiday tradition.
But one that flag committee member Amy Barnes says has run into some issues.
“We have got 197 flags and crosses out and out of that we only have 59 people that we know have sponsors,” Amy Barnes said.
The display honors local veterans with a flag and a cross that are placed in the city’s center throughout the year.
Ernie Mitchell is a flag committee member and a veteran himself.
He says it’s been a struggle trying to contact some of the flag’s original sponsors.
“When we took over the records, there was nothing available. We’ve tried to find and talk to people who have lived in Pembroke for a long time and tried to get relationships and make contact,” Director Ernie Mitchell said.
And that struggle is putting a pinch on the committee’s funds, says Barnes.
“It makes it hard because like I said, it is very cost worthy. We are a non-profit and we try to keep them, but you start running out of funds eventually,” Barnes said.
So now the group is looking for new sponsors asking the community to “adopt a veteran” as they call it to keep the city’s flag display going.
“There’s a lot of guys who sacrificed, that stepped up to do their patriotic duty. We need to acknowledge those guys when they pass away.” Ernie Mitchell said.
As Mitchell says, the display helps teach the city’s younger generations about wars of the past.
“I was shocked at how little young people know about our country, about the wars we’ve been involved with. They didn’t even know when Vietnam was. This is our little way of making that better,” Mitchell said.
The flag committee will once again put up the display on Veterans Day.
If you want to get involved with the flag committee click here.
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Welcome to Week 3 of the Pembroke Mafia Football League, the world’s only non-GMO, gluten free and free range PMFL. We’re going to get right to the skinny this week, not that any of us are skinny.Well, maybe a few of us are somewhere in the neighborhood of skinny, but most of us don’t miss many meals and are therefor pretty healthy.So that’s fake news. Many of us have gone from healthy to pleasingly plump, as my late Uncle Pee Wee often said – about himself.And that’s OK. You only go a...
Welcome to Week 3 of the Pembroke Mafia Football League, the world’s only non-GMO, gluten free and free range PMFL. We’re going to get right to the skinny this week, not that any of us are skinny.
Well, maybe a few of us are somewhere in the neighborhood of skinny, but most of us don’t miss many meals and are therefor pretty healthy.
So that’s fake news. Many of us have gone from healthy to pleasingly plump, as my late Uncle Pee Wee often said – about himself.
And that’s OK. You only go around once in this life, might as well go around round. Besides, despite living in the shadow of the Evil Orange and Purple Empire (Clemson), which has filled up with yankees of late, Uncle Pee Wee didn’t really care much about college football. He liked model trains and picking guitar in a gospel band, and was good at messing around with both. He even cut a cassette tape with my late Aunt Mary back in the day. I have it on CD. Come check it out. However, Pee Wee’s son and my cousin Gordon, or Gordie as we called him growing up, is a huge college football fan – both literally and figuratively.
Actually, being a black sheep in a family chock full of pleasingly plump, front-running, overallwearing Clemson fanatics, Gordie (now Gordon) in recent years turned himself into a UGA fan for some reason. Maybe he thinks he looks better in red, but I suspect it’s probably just to be ornery. Regardless, my guess is he’s eagerly awaiting what he believes will be a Georgia beatdown of the Gamecocks this weekend.
Happily he likely will be sorely disappointed. After losing to Arkansas last week, Shane Beamer’s team of straight A-plus students are apt to unleash themselves upon Kirby Smart’s bunch. I.e., expect Williams Brice Stadium to be swaying and the Gamecocks to be playing, and that’s all I’m saying.
Standings: Mike Clark and Noah Covington are in a tie for first with five misses so far. The Rev. Lawrence Butler, Ted O’Neil and Dr. Gene Wallace, DMD, have six mixes apiece to tie for second. In third are Carter Infinger, Ben Taylor and Jeff Whitten (that’s me) with seven misses.
Mike Brown and Dawnne Greene are in fifth place with eight misses so far, and Mike B. was the only guy to pick Georgia Southern over Nebraska. Course, Mike probably covered Otto Grange when the Corn Huskers beat Jim Halas and the Lord Fauntleroys in the 1896 Rose Bowl, so he saw it coming. Alex Floyd, B.J. Clark and Freddy Howell are in last place with nine misses so far.
This week’s picks, with a whiny editor’s note here: Our two PMFL members who were late and missed BJ’s deadlines will not have their picks listed in print, because your’s truly doesn’t have time to go poking around looking for their emails to see what’s what, but they will be accounted for in next week’s tally. Penn State vs. Auburn: Mike B, the Rev. LB and our resident grill doctor Gene pick the Nittany Lions.
Ole Miss vs. Tech: Rebels in a landslide.
Mississippi State vs. LSU: Mike C., the Grill Doctor and your’s truly take the Starkville Stink.
UGA vs. the real USC: Everybody takes UGA but me. I’m like King Leonidas.
GSU vs. UAB: Ted picks UAB, everybody else is chuffed about the Eagles and that wide open passing attack led by the Ginger General, and so what if he’s from Ohio. So was Bucky Wagner and Mike Sewak. And they were OK.
Miami vs. Texas A& M: Me and Mike B take the Canes, who are about to give Jimbo Fisher another case of chapped cheeks.
Old Dominion vs. Virgina: BJ, Mike B. and you’re truly take the Monarchs. They may have dumb looking helmets, but they’re not butterflies. Michigan State vs. Washington: Amphibious Alex goes it alone in taking the Huskies.
PEMBROKE — For two hours and 15 minutes Tuesday night, the tension slowly built between the Lumberton and Purnell Swett volleyball teams. Finally, after a five-set marathon, it erupted — with cheers and screams from the maroon-clad side of the gym after the Pirates earned the thrilling victory.Lumberton beat Purnell Swett 3-2, with a back-and-forth fifth set serving as a microcosm for what the entire match had been.“Happy at one point, mad Purnell is beating us. Back-and-forth with our rivals,” Lumberton...
PEMBROKE — For two hours and 15 minutes Tuesday night, the tension slowly built between the Lumberton and Purnell Swett volleyball teams. Finally, after a five-set marathon, it erupted — with cheers and screams from the maroon-clad side of the gym after the Pirates earned the thrilling victory.
Lumberton beat Purnell Swett 3-2, with a back-and-forth fifth set serving as a microcosm for what the entire match had been.
“Happy at one point, mad Purnell is beating us. Back-and-forth with our rivals,” Lumberton outside hitter Alona Hanna said. “Everybody knows Purnell and Lumberton always go at it, and they fight it out to the end. It was back and forth, but we came out on top for everything.”
After winning the first and third sets, Lumberton (7-5, 2-4 United-8 Conference) jumped out to a 7-2 lead in the fifth; Purnell Swett (6-9, 2-5 United-8) took the lead after consecutive aces by Georgia Locklear, and extended that lead to 12-9, completing a 10-2 run.
“(Georgia Locklear) has a really competitive serve, when it’s in play,” Purnell Swett coach Corey Deese said. “They were feeling it. It’s Lumberton, it’s their biggest game of the year, it always is, and you’ve got to fight, and you keep fighting to the end. We didn’t get the outcome we wanted, but they fought.”
“We motivated them as much as we could,” Lumberton coach Kali Carter said. “We called timeout, we told them, hey, you’re playing down to their level, they are a good team but we know we can play at at a higher level than them. I was like, just put out what you’ve been putting in in practice, produce the effort you’ve been putting in.”
Lumberton came back to tie the set at 13-13, then took the lead for good on a kill by Hanna.
“Whenever I get front row, all I think is tip; that hard tip, they never expect it,” said Hanna, who totaled 18 kills and 27 digs. “We were down by one, Georgia was killing us with her serves, she has an amazing serve, and that tip always gets them every time. I kept doing it back to back and they never picked up on it. Whatever works, you just keep working with it.”
The Pirates clinched the match one point later on a Rams hitting error, winning the final set 15-13.
“They kept fighting, they just would make simple little mistakes and they’d get back down,” Purnell Swett coach Corey Deese said. “Then they’d fight, and they’d get back down. I’m sure they’re all going home with headaches because they were screaming and hollering for two straight hours.”
Lumberton began the match with a 25-23 win in the first set; the Pirates led 14-8, but the Rams took a 20-18 lead. From a 22-22 tie, Lumberton scored three of the next four points to win the set.
The second set played out similarly, but with a different outcome — Lumberton led 18-11 and 20-16 before an 8-2 run gave Purnell Swett a 24-22 lead, and the Rams won 25-23.
The Pirates dominated the third set 25-13, finishing the set with a 12-3 stretch to take a 2-1 lead in the match.
“We thought we were going to cruise, we got cocky,” Hanna said. “They caught up on us; they saw we were lacking and took advantage of it, and we had to turn it back up a notch — and we did.”
Purnell Swett stayed alive with a fourth-set win; the Rams led 10-4 but trailed 15-13 after an 11-3 Pirates run. The Rams responded with a 10-2 run to lead 23-17 and finished out the set with a 25-21 win.
Lumberton played 10 sets in about 26 hours after a near-identical match on Monday, winning in five sets against Seventy-First. Leira Smith had seven kills and 20 digs; Kaylee Lancaster had five kills, 12 assists and 24 digs; Aydan Bullard had seven aces, 12 assists, two blocks and 19 digs; La’Kayia Hunt had five kills and two blocks; and Charley Whitley had 27 digs for the Pirates.
Katelynn Oxendine had 11 kills, seven digs and three assists for Purnell Swett; Georgia Locklear had six aces, five kills and three assists; and Anyssia Mains had six kills.
Lumberton plays Thursday at Cape Fear and Purnell Swett plays at Gray’s Creek. After Tuesday’s thriller, though, both teams were already looking ahead to their second meeting Oct. 13 at Lumberton.
“We can’t be cocky, we have to take them seriously; even if we win the first one, we have to keep the energy throughout the whole game,” Hanna said. “Every single set matters, every single play, we can’t slack off, and we’ve just got to pick it up and keep it going.”
“I think the teams are pretty even. I look forward to going in there,” Deese said. “It’ll be their senior night so emotions are going to be high, and the fact its a huge rivalry makes the emotions even bigger. We look forward to going back and seeing if there’s a different outcome.”
St. Pauls beats West Bladen
The St. Pauls volleyball team earned a 3-1 win over West Bladen at home Tuesday.
St. Pauls (3-10, 3-2 Southeastern Athletic Conference) won the first set, 25-13, and West Bladen (3-9, 1-4 Southeastern) won the second, 25-22. The Bulldogs won the third set 25-20 and the fourth 25-12.
Katherin Lowery had four aces, eight kills, 14 assists and nine digs for St. Pauls; Brazlyn Kinlaw had two aces, three kills and seven digs; Julianna Bell had six kills and two blocks; Cierra Jones had two aces, nine assists and five digs; Jada McKinnon had four kills and five blocks; Keniah Baldwin had 21 digs; Shayla Gerald had four kills; Jaiden Morrisey had three kills; and Kemya Baldwin had two kills and six digs.
St. Pauls plays Thursday at East Bladen.
Chris Stiles can be reached at 910-816-1977 or by email at email@example.com. You can follow him on Twitter at @StilesOnSports.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- We have made it to Friday and that means it's time for another edition of our Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week.Wake Forest High took on Leesville Road High School beating them 49-7Friday's Scores across North CarolinaAndrews 62, North Georgia , Ga. 0Apex 24, Cary Panther Creek 7Asheville 29, North Davidson 15Asheville Erwin 20, Enka 14Asheville Reynolds 48, North Buncombe 0Asheville Roberson 48, McDowell County 28Asheville School 54, Gree...
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- We have made it to Friday and that means it's time for another edition of our Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week.
Wake Forest High took on Leesville Road High School beating them 49-7
Andrews 62, North Georgia , Ga. 0
Apex 24, Cary Panther Creek 7
Asheville 29, North Davidson 15
Asheville Erwin 20, Enka 14
Asheville Reynolds 48, North Buncombe 0
Asheville Roberson 48, McDowell County 28
Asheville School 54, Greenville Hurricanes, S.C. 8
Avery County 51, Rosman 13
Bear Grass 36, Jones County 30
Belmont South Point 47, Belmont Cramer 14
Bessemer City 47, Mooresboro Jefferson 24
Brevard 40, East Rutherford 6
Buford, S.C. 49, Carolina Pride 8
Burlington Williams 57, Pittsboro Northwood 7
Camden County 49, Pasquotank County 12
Cape Fear 37, Lumberton 0
Central Davidson 69, South Stanly 0
Chambers 27, West Mecklenburg 0
Charlotte Catholic 49, Charlotte Providence 14
Charlotte Olympic 48, Charlotte Harding 6
Christ the King High School 27, Winston-Salem Carver 6
Claremont Bunker Hill 7, Lincolnton 6
Clinton 68, West Bladen 0
Concord 35, East Rowan 14
Cornelius Hough 52, North Mecklenburg 0
Covenant Day School 36, Asheville Christian 20
Dade County, Ga. 14, Swain County 0
Davie County 37, Winston-Salem Reynolds 13
Durham Hillside 43, South Granville 0
Durham Riverside 2, Granville Central 0
East Columbus 55, Lejeune 14
East Davidson 35, Lexington 0
East Duplin 21, Warsaw Kenan 14
East Gaston 13, Cherokee 7
East Lincoln 28, Hickory 12
Eastern Wayne 21, Washington 6
Eden Morehead 21, North Forsyth 14
Edenton Holmes 56, Manteo 14
Elizabeth City Northeastern 49, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 13
Erwin Triton 26, Fayetteville Smith 14
Fannin County, Ga. 56, Murphy 30
Fayetteville Britt 56, Fayetteville Byrd 12
Fayetteville Pine Forest 14, Fayetteville Westover 13
Fayetteville Sanford 55, Spring Lake Overhills 12
Fayetteville Seventy-First 41, Hope Mills South View 9
Franklin 41, East Henderson 13
Friendship 35, Morrisville Green Hope 2
Gastonia Forestview 20, North Gaston 0
Gray's Creek 22, Pembroke Swett 13
Greene Central 48, North Pitt 6
Greensboro Dudley 49, High Point Central 0
Greensboro Grimsley 35, Southeast Guilford 7
Greensboro Page 10, Southwest Guilford 7
Greensboro Smith 20, Winston-Salem Atkins 13
Greenville Rose 34, Jacksonville 26
Harnett Central 35, Western Harnett 26
Harrells Christian def. Raleigh Wake Christian, forfeit
Hendersonville 35, R-S Central 8
Hickory Grove Christian 35, Northside Christian, S.C. 20
Hickory Home 50, Great Falls, S.C. 0
Hickory Ridge 45, Kannapolis Brown 24
Hickory St. Stephens 49, West Iredell 20
Hoke County 52, Scotland 35
Holly Springs 35, Apex Middle Creek 30
Jacksonville Northside 49, South Central Pitt 12
Jacksonville White Oak 20, Rocky Point Trask 6
Jamestown Ragsdale 38, Northern Guilford 37
John Paul II Catholic 48, Rocky Mount Academy 24
Kings Mountain 44, Gastonia Huss 14
Kinston Parrott Academy 64, Cary Christian 26
Kinston 36, South Lenoir 3
Lake Norman Charter 32, Monroe Union Academy 0
Lawndale Burns 74, Gastonia Highland Tech 0
Lee County 59, Cameron Union Pines 0
Maiden 47, East Burke 27
Marshville Forest Hills 58, Montgomery Central 0
Matthews Butler 68, Charlotte Garinger 0
Metrolina Christian Academy 48, Southlake Christian 0
Mitchell County 63, Madison County 20
Monroe 55, Monroe Sun Valley 14
Monroe Parkwood 27, Monroe Piedmont 7
Mooresville 44, Concord Cox Mill 30
Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 30, Mt. Holly Mountain Island Charter 0
Morganton Freedom 46, Central Cabarrus 29
Mount Airy 62, East Wilkes 7
Mount Pleasant 30, Anson County 9
Mullins, S.C. 36, Red Springs 28
Nash Central 21, Southern Nash 19
New Bern 27, Havelock 0
New Hanover County 37, North Brunswick 17
Newton Grove Midway 23, East Bladen 22
Newton-Conover 64, West Caldwell 6
North Duplin 36, Pamlico County 28
North Rowan 40, South Davidson 6
North Stanly 40, Randleman 34
Northampton County 72, Rocky Mount Prep 0
Northwest Cabarrus 67, South Rowan 6
Oak Grove 24, West Stanly 12
Pender County 53, Holly Ridge Dixon 6
Pikeville Aycock 10, Wilson Hunt 7
Pinetown Northside 34, Goldsboro Rosewood 24
Polk County 41, Morganton Patton 20
Princeton 43, Richlands 23
Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 21, Arden Christ School 14
Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 24, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 3
Raleigh Ravenscroft 36, Trinity Christian 6
Raleigh Wakefield 24, Northern Durham 0
Reidsville 48, High Point Andrews 0
Richmond County 38, Southern Lee 10
Riverside Martin 68, Gates County 44
Robert B. Glenn 38, Winston-Salem Parkland 8
Salisbury 35, Thomasville 12
Seven Springs Spring Creek 52, Rose Hill Union 50
Shelby 70, Cherryville 0
Shelby Crest 33, Gastonia Ashbrook 17
Smithfield-Selma 21, South Johnston 7
South Caldwell 35, Lenoir Hibriten 34
South Mecklenburg 14, Palisades 6
Southeast Raleigh 29, Willow Spring 0
Southern Guilford 33, Rockingham County 25
Southwestern Randolph 20, Albemarle 7
Statesville 15, North Lincoln 9
Surry Central 10, West Wilkes 7
Sylva Smoky Mountain 43, Canton Pisgah 40
Thomasville Ledford 42, Providence Grove 21
Topsail 36, South Brunswick 34
Valdese Draughn 55, Swannanoa Owen 12
Wake Forest 49, Raleigh Leesville Road 7
Wake Prep 14, South Wake 12
Wallace-Rose Hill 37, Southwest Onslow 7
Washington County 27, Robersonville South Creek 6
Watauga County 55, Ashe County 21
Waxhaw Cuthbertson 29, Concord Robinson 28
Waxhaw Marvin Ridge 41, Alexander Central 3
Waynesville Tuscola 42, Hayesville 14
West Carteret 14, East Carteret 13
West Columbus 33, Salemburg Lakewood 22
West Craven 37, Ayden-Grifton 2
West Henderson 44, North Henderson 14
West Lincoln 35, Catawba Bandys 28
West Rowan 34, China Grove Carson 31
Western Alamance 38, Orange 3
Whiteville 56, Goldsboro 0
Wilmington Hoggard 49, West Brunswick 7
Wilmington Laney 56, Wilmington Ashley 21
Wilson Beddingfield 26, Croatan 14
Wilson Fike 35, West Johnston 14
Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 29, West Forsyth 13