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Tuesday, 27 November 2012 04:19

2012 Quarterback Stats

Sunday, 11 November 2012 15:18

Foobball Notebook

Post from Huntersville  See article here.

SouthLake to play for state championship

HUNTERSVILLE – SouthLake Christian will play at Victory Christian at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 for the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Division III championship.

The Eagles (10-1) advanced by beating Fayetteville Christian 48-6 in the semifinal Nov. 2. SouthLake Christian is averaging 39.1 points per game behind quarterback Randy Schroeder (3,334 passing yards, 31 touchdowns), running backs Robert Washington Jr. (1,005 yards) and Joey Gass (1,102 yards), and receivers Demitri Allison, Caleb Hines and Conner O'Donnell, who each have more than 870 receiving yards.

Victory Christian is 7-3 and has topped 50 points five times.

SouthLake Christian Academy's offense was tough to stop this week, as it produced the league's top passer, rusher and receiver. Randy Schroeder threw for 233 and four touchdowns and Conner O'Donnell had 143 yards receiving. On the ground Robert Washington chipped in 165 yards. Demitri Allison helped SouthLake Christian Academy's passing attack out by catching four balls for 105 yards...

SouthLake Christian Academy's Schroeder and Caleb Hines have formed a dynamic duo this season, leading the league in both passing and receiving yards. Schroeder has thrown for 3334 yards this season, while Hines, a 5-foot-11 receiver, has 40 catches for 921 yards.

Geoff O'Donnell's team's Hines is a few successful plays short of surpassing 1,000 yards receiving this season. He needs only 79 receiving yards against Victory Christian Center to hit that benchmark.

SouthLake Christian Academy made the biggest jump in the national rankings this week, rising to 6,431 from 7,036. They were able to move up in the ranks after a 48-6 victory over Fayetteville Christian last week.

This post is an excerpt from See full article here.

Monday, 05 November 2012 20:01

Randy Schroeder Takes Command of the Offense

By: Chris Venzon (SouthLake Christian Academy Student and Huntersville Herald Intern)

No matter how you put, the SouthLake Christian Academy Football team looked impressive in their semi-final bout with the Fayetteville Christian Warriors. Fayetteville got off the bus with an aggressive attitude, looking to compete with a team that has allowed less than 57 points all year. However, the Eagle offense didn't give the Warriors a chance. They jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, scoring 41 straight points. When all said and done, the Eagles proved to be too much, winning 48-6. They advance to the State Championship for the first time in their school's history.

The stakes were high on a cool November night in Huntersville. A State Championship berth was up for grabs when the two teams kicked off. Fayetteville attempted to establish a smash-mouth approach, feeding senior running back Bernard Smalls the ball early and often. The momentum tight-roped between the two teams, as they struggled to gain control of the game. That all changed when Demitri Allison of SouthLake stepped onto the field.

On senior quarterback Randy Schroeder's second pass of the game he lofted a deep ball down the left sideline intended for Allison. Allison, who was playing with a sprained MCL, snagged the ball and scored. It was his first of three touchdowns in the first half.

Schroeder was in command of the offense, directing traffic in SouthLake's up-tempo style of offence. He finished 6-9 completions with 193 yards and 3 touchdowns, all in the first half.

Fayetteville scrambled to respond. Junior quarterback Tyler Sweatt responded by leading a 7 play, 68 yard drive that culminated in a touchdown. It was the first touchdown SouthLake had given up since October 5. After a missed extra point, the momentum slowly had begun to swing towards Fayetteville in a 7-6 ballgame. However, a few controversial officiating calls slowed the game to a crawl, and the Warriors were unable to build on their newly acquired confidence.

Early in the game, there were a few pivotal moments decided by the game's referees. The zebras attempted to contain an edgy game with high stakes. Overall, they succeeded. The players, coaches, and fans that tested the official's boundaries and were swiftly shut down by the men in stripes. Yellow flags flew all night. There were twelve penalties, a near ejection, and two sideline warnings. A fan was almost tossed for hollering instructions to a player from the sidelines. While all this may have been uncalled for, it was clear who was in control.

SouthLake coach Geoff "Bub" O'Donnell shared his thoughts after the game. He was immensely proud of his seniors.
"We have come back from about as bad as it gets when these (seniors) were freshmen. We didn't have much! This is a true American success story; to go from the very bottom to the very top in four years is incredible. I am so proud of my boys."
If SouthLake is to make a true American success story, they have one more game.

Saturday, 27 October 2012 00:00

Game 6-10 Highlights

Randy is featured in the national online publication "MaxPreps National Football Stat Stars."

Wednesday, 26 September 2012 00:00

Randy Schroeder is One of NC's Top Three Passers

by - Cliff Mehrtens

The top three North Carolina high-school passers are lake-area quarterbacks.

Will Grier (Davidson Day), Garrett Young (East Lincoln High) and Randy Schroeder (SouthLake Christian) are the state's top yardage leaders, and Grier's 2,408 yards ranks second nationally, according to statistics compiled by

Grier has 2,408 yards and 26 touchdowns. East Lincoln's Garrett Young has 1,887 yards and 21 touchdowns. He's thrown 163 passes without an interception. SouthLake Christian's Randy Schroeder has 1,723 yards, 16 touchdowns and one interception.

Two other lake-area passers (Hopewell's Tijuan Sifford and Hough's Josh Stilley) have passed the 1,000-yard mark midway through the season.

Why the breakout of passing attacks? Read more about the latest trend in this week's Herald Weekly (Thursday), and Mooresville Weekly and Denver Weekly (Friday).

Read full article here.

By Cliff Mehrtens

CHARLOTTE - The effects of a three-day school retreat were obvious for SouthLake Christian's football team Friday. The Eagles, limited to a day-and-a-half of practice, began sluggishly in a road game against Hickory Grove Christian.

Penalties. Missed tackles and blocks. A dropped pass.

Then the cobwebs cleared.

Suddenly, SouthLake was passing the ball with abandon. And intercepting most everything Hickory Grove launched into the air.

Randy Schroeder Hickory GroveOnce the Eagles loosened up, it became a runaway 35-6 victory. SouthLake's Randy Schroeder passed for 471 yards and five touchdowns, including scores on four straight possessions in the first half. The Eagles improved to 5-0, and were never seriously challenged.

"We really played well as a team," Schroeder said. "We got it going good early, but we needed to do better in the second half. We missed two days of practice and it affected us. We came out a little slow. In the second quarter we picked it up and turned the switch on."

Schroeder's first two touchdown passes went to Caleb Hines, an 86-yarder down the sideline and a 41-yard post pattern for a 14-0 lead. The next two scores went to D.J. Wilson, a leaping 10-yarder and a 14-yarder that gave SouthLake a 28-6 lead.

The Eagles sealed matters in lightning-quick fashion to begin the second half. On the first play from scrimmage, Schroeder connected with Demetri Allison for a 57-yard gain. On the next play, Schroeder fired a 3-yard touchdown pass to Conner O'Donnell. Sasha Robertson's fifth extra point made it 35-6 less than 30 seconds into the third quarter.

From there, the game bogged down. SouthLake substituted liberally, and perhaps relaxed based on the lopsided margin.

"It's part of the maturation process," SouthLake Christian coach Bub O'Donnell said. "I told them 'You know you're better than this, but you've got to fight through the cobwebs. ...But we worked through that."

The SouthLake defense was impressive, with four interceptions and a consistent pass-rush. Linebacker Brian Jones had nine tackles and a sack.

Hines caught six passes for 201 yards, and Wilson had six receptions for 160 yards.


See original article by Cliff Mehrtens in the Huntersville Herold

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