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- Two New Bern High School Seniors Sign With LC (Sun Journal): March 22, 2012
New Bern seniors Shade Simpson, front row left, and Calvin
Pate, front row right, sign their letters-of-intent on Thursday to
play football at Louisburg College. (Picture courtesy of Sun Journal)
- Hurricanes Release 2012 Season Schedule: February 14, 2012
- "In And Out" Signing Day At Louisburg College: February 1, 2012
- Two Hurricanes Named Into The 2011 NJCAA All-American Team: December 12, 2011
- Kidd Receives Prestigious Award: December 1, 2011
- Eleven Football Players Make All-Conference: December 1, 2011
- Hurricanes Finish Season 7-3: November 6, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release: November 1, 2011
- 'Canes Fall To Nassau In Overtime 19-25: October 31, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release: October 25, 2011
- 'Canes Defeat Hudson Valley CC 35-13
- NFC Weekly Release / Rasheed Williams Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week: October 18, 2011
- Hurricanes Advance to 6-1
- NFC Weekly Release: October 11, 2011
- Hurricanes Blow Past Titans: October 8, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release: October 4, 2011
- Hurricanes Get First Taste Of Defeat: October 2, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release / Rasheed Wiliams Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week: September 27, 2011
- Hurricanes Defeat Lackawanna College 37-27: September 24, 2011
- Unbeatens Square Off Saturday: September 20, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release: September 19, 2011
- Hurricanes Win Third Straight Game: September 17, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release / Rasheed Wiliams Repeats As NFC Offensive Player of the Week: September 13, 2011
- LC Defeats Fork Union Military Academy 59-24: September 10, 2011
- NFC Weekly Release / Rasheed Wiliams Named NFC Player of the Week: September 7, 2011
- Hurricanes Defeat Erie CC 34-20: September 3, 2011
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Two Hurricanes Named Into The 2011 NJCAA All-American Team: December 12, 2011
Congratulations to Kewitt Koonce and Rasheed Williams for their selection into the 2011 NJCAA Football All-American team. The NJCAA proudly announced today the 75 student-athletes awarded the honor this season. Recipients were nominated by their respective conferences and then selected by the NJCAA football committee.
2nd Team Defense
1st Team Offense
Congratulations again to Kewitt Koonce and Rasheed Williams for this prestigious honor!
Kidd Receives Prestigious Award: December 1, 2011
Every year, the Louisburg College Football Team issues awards for Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Special Teams MVP, Toughness, and Leadership. In 2008, they added an award for the player that embodies all of the attributes of a champion: character, coach-ability, leadership, accountability, morality, professionalism, and faith in God. They named the award the Bob Butler Award in honor of Mr. Bob Butler, an extremely well-respected and dedicated member of the Louisburg College Family.
The College is proud to announce that Sophomore Linebacker Sam Kidd (pictured holding award) was presented with the Bob Butler Award during the teams Third Annual Awards Banquet on December 1, 2011.
“We feel that the recipient of this award must be a leader in every sense of the word,” explains Head Coach John Sala. “He must exemplify unparalleled character, moral fortitude, and be respected by everyone around him (peers, teacher, and coaches alike). Not only is Bob an inspiration to all coaches, but he routinely gives pregame pep talks to the team to motivate them regarding football, and, above all, life in Christ.”
Bob served as a sociology professor for the College from 1962 – 2007. He is an Army veteran, former high school halfback, avid golfer, and devoted friend to all he comes in contact with. To this day, Bob is a huge supporter of Louisburg College athletics, with a special place in his heart for the game he played and continues to love – football.
(Pictured Above: Sam Kidd and Bob Butler)
Eleven Football Players Make All-Conference: December 1, 2011
Congratulations to the following Hurricanes who were recently named
Mike Jones, Placekicker
Keaston Jones, Linebacker
Casey Clark, Center
Sam Kidd, Linebacker
Tomorris Roberts, Tight End
Montez Hedgepath, Defensive Line
Stephen Johnson, Offensive Guard
Titus Best, Line-backer
Cedric Chisolm, Offensive Tackle
Kewitt Koonce, Defensive Back
Rasheed Williams, Running Back
Rasheed Williams was also elected the Offensive Player of the Year in the Conference!
Congrats to all our 'Canes for an outstanding season!
Hurricanes Defeat Lackawanna College 37-27: September 24, 2011
The #24 Louisburg College Football team battled #14 Lackawanna College Saturday night at Cardinal Gibbons High Field for first place in the Northeast Football Conference. The two undefeated teams entered the game with a 3-0 record, 1-0 in the NFC. The Hurricanes started strong with the score 14-10 in the second quarter. At half time of the crucial battle Lackawanna held the lead 24-20. After the break, the momentum shifted to the Hurricanes favor. Defensively, the Cane’s held Lackawanna’s powerful offense to a total of 72 yards in the second half. Special teams were a major highlight with kicker Mike Jones making a crucial 30 FG to put the Canes up by ten late in the fourth quarter. Wide receiver, Jarrell White and defensive back, Jafabian Green also made huge contributions in the kicking game with Green taking a punt back for 38 yards and a score. Offensively, Rasheed Williams had another huge game totaling over 100 yards on the ground for the fourth consecutive game behind a powerful offensive line. The Canes will now travel to Franklin, Massachusetts to play NFC power, Dean College on Saturday Oct 1st.
We are LC. Let’s Go ‘Canes!
Unbeatens Square Off Saturday
First place in the Northeast Football Conference is on the line this weekend as Louisburg College host Lackawanna College. The Hurricanes and the Falcons are both 1-0 in the NFC and 3-0 overall. Saturday's game will be played at Franklinton High School. Kick-off is scheduled for noon. Let's go 'Canes!
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"The Bob Butler Award"
An extremely well-respected and dedicated member of the Louisburg College Family, Mr. Bob Butler served as a Sociology professor for Louisburg from 1962 – 2007. Bob Butler is an Army veteran, former high school half back, avid golfer and devoted friend to all he comes in contact with. To this day, Mr. Butler is a huge supporter of Louisburg College athletics, with a special place in his heart for the game he played and continues to love – football.
When the new football staff was hired on January 15, 2008, they had a chance to meet Bob. And, instantly, Mr. Butler made a huge impression on them. Not only is he an inspiration to all coaches, he has made pre-game pep talks to the team to motivate them regarding football, and, above all, life in Christ.
Annually, the Louisburg Football Team issues awards (plaques) for Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Special Teams MVP, Toughness Award, and Leadership Award. But they felt something was missing. The Louisburg football coaches wanted to award the player that embodies all of the attributes of a champion: Character, Coach Ability, Leadership, Accountability, Morality, Professionalism, and a young man of Faith.
When looking at these attributes, they all represent Mr. Bob Butler. Therefore, Louisburg Football created one final award to be given – the most prestigious award given to a Louisburg Football Player – “THE BOB BUTLER AWARD”. We feel that the recipient of this award must be a leader in every sense of the word. He must exemplify unparalleled character, moral fortitude, and be respected by everyone around him (peers, teacher, and coaches alike).
The Inaugural Bob Butler Award was given at the conclusion of the 2008 football season. The recipient of this award is listed below. Congratulations to this distinguished young man:
The ‘Canes visited Niagara Falls while in New York to compete
against Erie Community College. (2010)
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Head Coach John Sala