Monday, November 19, 2012

Friday's Butler-Mallard Creek game to be shown live on TW Cable

Time Warner Cable will broadcast Friday's Butler-Mallard Creek game at Memorial Stadium live. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. in the N.C. 4AA Western Regional championship game.

Time Warner Cable will also show the Eastern regional final between Garner and Fayetteville Britt Friday.

The games will be available on Time Warner Cable's Special Events Channels (520 and 521). They will also be streamed at

The regional championship winners will meet Dec. 1 at 11 a.m. in Chapel Hill for the N.C. 4AA championship. That game will be televised live on Time Warner Cable's News 14.

The other seven state championship games, to be held Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, will be streamed live on and some will be shown on the special events channels (520, 521).


Anonymous said...

For just once why is a big game like this not at BOA instead of ancient decrepid MS? Ask JR said no? Has he even been asked? He should pay the light and rent bill.

Who has MCHS even remotely played so far in the playoffs that can be classified as any resemblance of a legit contender? And its well known MCHS coach always chokes on the big one.

Butler Dawgz win BIG by at least
3-4 tds maybe more - RF cant be stopped with a good balanced attack.

Anonymous said...

I'm of the belief that Mallard Creek is going to surprise many fans.

Anonymous said...

Mallard Creek is a school that is only 6 years old and has already become part of the major conversation as a Football power in NC. Coach Palmieri and his staff who are not part of the good ol boy network just coach hard and build the program every year. It will happen eventually maybe this year? If not The Creek is here to stay and the day will come belive it...

Anonymous said...

MC got all of NM and VHS best players who were already fully trained and ready but make sure not to mention that. Good ol boy? What a dumbfck.

Palmieri of Italian heritage coached in Miami Dade and slightly better than mediocre but never played in or won a 6A. Miami Dade always had great coaches. He wasnt one of them.

He may get lucky one day .. A broke clock gets it right once a day ..