Cary-Grove a ‘relentless’ opponent

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An impromptu exit interview for a handful of St. Charles North football players ended with this question: How would you advise a defense facing Cary-Grove’s triple-option offense for the first time?

North, the Upstate Eight Conference’s stingiest ‘D’ by points allowed during the regular season (94), yielded 424 rushing yards in a 35-14 home loss to the Trojans in the second round of the Class 7A playoffs.

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