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VYPE National Top 25 High School Football Rankings: 10.29.12

Oct 30, 2012 • by Tim Polzer •
Two upsets rearrange this week's updated rankings as several teams enter the playoffs More

VYPE National Top 25 High School Football Rankings: 10.22.12

Oct 24, 2012 •
All 25 teams in last week's rankings avoid upsets. More

VYPE National Top 25 High School Football Rankings: 10.15.12

Oct 18, 2012 • by Tim Polzer •
Four upsets create Top-25 opportunities for debut teams More

VYPE National Top 25 High School Football Rankings: 9.24.12

Oct 17, 2012 • by Tim Polzer •
Four teams fell out of the VYPE National High School Football Top 25 Rankings after suffering upsets last week. A key injury will challenge another Top 3 team to maintain its national standing. More

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2016 Target: Benny LeMay

Aug 18, 2014 • InsideCarolina.com (subscription)
MATTHEWS, N.C. --- A friendship with a future Tar Heel has North Carolina among the favorites for Benny LeMay, a 5-foot-9, 209-pound running back from David Butler High School. Scouting Report “What you see isn't exactly what you get,” Butler head ... More

Butler football coach earns national honor

Jan 16, 2013 • HighSchoolOT
Brian Hales of David Butler High School in Matthews recently earned a prestigious national honor. Hales was awarded the Xenith Coach of the Year Award recently at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl awards dinner in San Antonio, Texas, in conjunction with ... More

2015 Target: Jay Gibbs

Mar 5, 2014 • VTInsider.com (subscription)
MATTHEWS, N.C. --- North Carolina was the school that Jay Gibbs, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker from David Butler High School, dreamed of attending growing up. Scouting Report "First of all, he's probably the most coachable kid I've been around ... More

Football state championship notebook

Dec 3, 2012 • HighSchoolOT
David Butler High School was almost unstoppable in the 4-AA final at Kenan Stadium, as the Bulldogs raced to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter and rolled to a 56-28 victory over Jack Britt. Bulldog quarterback Riley Ferguson was the game's Most Valuable ... More

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