Charlotte Catholic wins the 4th consecutive highschool soccer championship in North Carolina

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For the fourth year in a row, Charlotte Catholic becomes State Champion. The Cougars defeated Havelock 14-7 for the 3A Championship in a bout of the top 10 teams of High School Football America North Carolina.

Charlotte Catholic (@Catholic_FB) beats Havelock 14-7 for the fourth straight @NCHSAA 3A State Championship of the Cougars. 🏆

DE Connor Dougherty is the most outstanding defensive player.

QB Sean Boyle is the most outstanding offensive player.

LB Liam Barbee is the game’s MVP. pic.twitter.com/BMhCOYg7Di

– Marilyn Payne (@marilyn_payne) May 8, 2021

The CC defense was superb and limited the explosive Havelock offensive to just one score. The Rams entered the game averaging 52.1 points per game. The Cougars Defense allowed a total of 201 yards for a Havelock offense averaging 417 yards per contest.

3A Football State Championship MVP

Liam Barbee @Catholic_FB
#NCHSAAFB pic.twitter.com/D4APj0ZwWx

– NCHSAA (@NCHSAA) May 8, 2021

3A @ NCFarmBureau Sportsmanship Award winner

Bobby Verrier @Catholic_FB
JaQuon Franks @havelockrams
#SportsmanshipTogether #RespectTheGame #NCHSAAFB pic.twitter.com/IfZ7KCPACh

– NCHSAA (@NCHSAA) May 7, 2021

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