Rolesville High School Football Wins Huddle Game of the Week

Despite a loss to Chambers, the Rolesville High School football team bounced back to defeat Cleveland High School in the Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week. The Rams jumped out to a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter, then scored 28 consecutive points in the second and third quarters to pull ahead and eventually defeat Cleveland. Rolesville was led by Noah Rogers, who scored twice, and Brad Atkinson, who threw three touchdown passes.

The Rolesville Rams have made a name for themselves in recent years, especially under the guidance of former Parkland High School coach Martin Samek. In his first season as head coach, Samek led the Rams to a 9-1 record that included two wins over rival Wake Forest. The program also won more games in Samek’s first three seasons than the program’s first five years of varsity football combined. His teams also recorded an unbeaten regular season and a conference championship.

Rolesville High School is a member of the Northern Athletic 4A Conference in Wake County. The Rams finished the 2018 regular season with a record of 6-1 and earned a playoff berth for the first time in program history. After the playoffs, Rolesville advanced to the 4A Eastern Regional Championship game and then the state semifinals. The Rams will face the No. 2 seed New Bern in the fourth round. Rolesville is scheduled to play in the 4AA state championship game in the spring of 2021.

In addition to his football success, Samek has led Rolesville to academic success, as well. His school placed in the top 50 percent of all North Carolina schools in terms of overall test scores and math proficiency. It also placed in the top 50 percent of the state for reading proficiency. Rolesville is also one of the top minority-enrolled schools in the state, with a student body that is 70 percent Black and 54% minority. The school’s diversity score is 0.69, well above the state average.

Rolesville High School is ranked within the top 50 percent of all 2,571 schools in North Carolina for the 2018-19 school year. It’s also ranked within the top half of the state for math proficiency, reading proficiency, and diversity.

In the wake of Samek’s departure from Rolesville, the school’s athletic department has been seeking a new coach. They’re expected to make their selection before the start of the 2021 varsity season. The school is also in the process of hiring a new athletic director, according to a statement from the school. The school’s marching band will perform at the Fuquay-Varina competition on Saturday. The school has also added a new varsity swim team.

The school’s athletic department will not provide a VPN service to watch games online. However, fans can watch high school football games on local channels for free. Those interested in watching games online can do so through FuboTV, CBS Sports, and NFHS Network. Each service has different features, but all have live streaming of their games available.

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