Three of the Rowan County teams had to wait until Saturday to finish their opening game, as Friday night Lightning and storms delayed the Carson-Salisbury game at Carson and the South Rowan-South Iredell game at South finally concluded after an overnight wait. South Rowan snapped a fourteen game losing streak that the program had since 2012, shocking South Iredell 31-21. Time had been called Friday with the score 24-21 South and they resumed the game at six o’clock at the midway point of the fourth quarter. The Raiders would score another touchdown and the South Iredell from scoring for a final 31-21 upset win! In the Salisbury-Carson game at Carson, Salisbury had rallied from being down 28-0 at one point Friday night, then rallied within 42-35, but Carson recovered an onside kick that started the resumed game Saturday and were then able to run the clock out, as the game had been started Saturday with slightly over a minute left. The final ended up being Carson 42 Salisbury 35. All the County teams will play again this coming Friday night.