Red Devils vs. Hephzibah

Record in 14 meetings: 11-3-0

Winning Percentage: 78.571
Total scored: 255
Total allowed: 73
Average game: 18.21-5.21
Shutouts by Red Devils: 7
Shutouts by opponents: 3
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Fri, Sep 21, 1956Surls, LewisW25-0H[more]
first yearbook planned
Fri, Sep 20, 1957Bufford, BuddyW26-0T[more]
Fri, Nov 7, 1958Bufford, BuddyW13-0H[more]
Fri, Nov 6, 1959Bufford, BuddyW25-7T[more]
Fri, Sep 16, 1966Bunch, ThomasW18-6T[more]
Fri, Sep 15, 1967Bunch, ThomasW41-0H[more]
Fri, Oct 2, 1970Bunch, ThomasW12-0H[more]
Fri, Oct 1, 1971Bunch, ThomasL0-9T[more]
Fri, Oct 20, 1972Campbell, LarryL0-19T[more]
Fri, Oct 19, 1973Campbell, LarryW24-0H[more]
LC 400yds offense
Fri, Sep 1, 2000Campbell, LarryW26-6H[more]
Fri, Aug 31, 2001Campbell, LarryL0-10H[more]
Overtime: The Devils and Rebels struggled to a 0-0 tie in regulation, then a 50-yard run setup a Rebel field goal in the first OT period. The Rebels returned an interception for a TD inside the final minute of the second OT period to clinch the game 10-0. This game marked the first overtime game ever played in Lincolnton.
Fri, Sep 12, 2008Campbell, LarryW23-0T[more]
LC scored on first possession of game, led 17-0 at half. Field goal came with 42 seconds left in first half when Vance Tarver booted a 45-yard free kick field goal, the third of his career. This was the second game at Hephzibah's $9.6 million athletic complex, and their first loss/shutout on their new field. Gas prices were seen as high as $5.00 on the way to the game due to hurricane effects.
Fri, Sep 11, 2009Campbell, LarryW22-16H[more]
LC jumped out to quick lead on first possession, scoring the first points that the Rebels had allowed in 2009 (their third game). Penalties and turnovers again stymied our Devils, who managed a 14-9 halftime lead. A.G. Middlebrooks rushed for 146 yards and caught passes for another 30 to lead the offense. He had a 26-yard TD reception and a 45-yard TD run. The Devil Defense stopped a last-minute drive to preserve the 22-16 win.