Concord Central Cabarrus Football

Rocky Reid (4) of the Concord Spiders looks for running room around the right side during first half action against the Central Cabarrus Vikings at Central Cabarrus High School on October 4, 2014 in Concord, North Carolina. The Spiders defeated the Vikings 29-12. (Brian Westerholt/Special to the Tribune)

The Cabarrus County career rushing record is likely to fall Friday when the Concord Spiders host the Cox Mill Chargers.

Spiders running back Rocky Reid, who was named to the North Carolina Shrine Bowl team this week, is just 39 yards behind former A.L. Brown Wonders back Nick Maddox for the record.

The Spiders remained unbeaten Saturday with a 29-12 win at Central Cabarrus. The Chargers have won back to back South Piedmont Conference games over Northwest Cabarrus and South Rowan by a combined score of 111-0.

Links to this week's coaches' videos are below.

Central Cabarrus will try to bounce back after the loss to Concord with a trip West Rowan. The Falcons are the only other unbeaten team in SPC play after a big rally last week against Jesse Carson.

The Vikings are struggling with several injuries.

Northwest Cabarrus gets back to SPC action with a road trip to East Rowan. The Trojans have been shut out the past two games.

Hickory Ridge is off this week after winning at East Rowan last week. The Ragin' Bulls have only a loss to Concord in SPC play. Bulls' receiver/running back/defensive back Nate Mullen was also named to the Shrine Bowl team.

Mount Pleasant opens Rocky River Conference play at Forest Hills. Last week's 45-0 win over the Trojans was the Tigers' fourth win in a row.

A.L. Brown and J.M. Robinson are both looking to rebound after MeCKa Conference losses a week ago. The Wonders lost in a high-scoring game with Vance, while the Bulldogs fell to Hough.

Friday's game will be at Memorial Stadium in Kannapolis and will be homecoming for the Wonders.

Cannon School is back home Friday to play Hickory Grove after losing on the road last week at Ravenscroft.

Contact Mark Plemmons at 704-789-9140.

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