TWC SportsChannel Play of the Year Contest

The Time Warner Cable SportsChannel Play of the Year contest recognizes the best plays from our coverage of high school football this fall. Weekly winners advance to a final competition at the end of the season that will crown a Play of the Year. A $1,000 Grand Prize will be donated to the school that executed the winning Play of the Year. You can vote once per day, every day.

Cardinal Gibbons vs. Chapel Hill

10/24/2014 -- The Chapel Hill Tigers host the Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders in this high school football game as both battle for third place in the conference.

Panthers Fall 13-9 at Home to Seattle

TWC News sports anchor Jason Brown looks back at a game of missed opportunities for the Panthers, a 13-9 defeat at the hands of the Seahawks.

Friday Night Final

TWC News Sports Directors Mike Solarte and Jim Connors cover all the high school football highlights around the state of North Carolina.

Panthers Host Seahawks, World Series Underway

TWC News Sports Director Mike Solarte has he weighs in on the Panthers upcoming game with the Seahawks, and the World Series between San Francisco and Kansas City.

Green Bay Dominates Panthers 38-17

TWC News sports anchor Jason Brown talks about the Panthers' defensive struggles in a 38-17 loss Sunday against Green Bay.

Panthers Prepare for Packers, Bengals Backer Fined

TWC News Sports Director Mike Solarte discusses the Panthers with a game in Green Bay approaching. Solarte also gives us his thoughts on a recent fine handed down to Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict.

Friday Night Final

Don't miss North Carolina's most comprehensive half-hour high school football highlight show. Hosted by Mike Solarte and Jim Connors, Friday Night Final is LIVE every Friday night at 11 p.m.

ACC Preview: Week Eight

J.B. Ricks recaps the ACC week seven games while he takes a look into week eight games.

Panthers Escape Cincinnati with a Tie

TWC News Sports Anchor Jason Brown recaps the Panthers-Bengals 37-37 tie, which may have left some unfulfilled but provided plenty of drama and entertainment.

Panthers Back to Winning Ways

The Carolina Panthers got back on track Sunday, knocking off the visiting Chicago Bears 31-24. The victory ended a two-game losing streak and put Carolina back atop the struggling NFC South.