FRIDAY NIGHT FOLLOW-UP: Transfers Currie, Mason finding their niche at Northwest Cabarrus

FRIDAY NIGHT FOLLOW-UP: Transfers Currie, Mason finding their niche at Northwest Cabarrus

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FRIDAY NIGHT FOLLOW-UP: Transfers Currie, Mason finding their niche at Northwest Cabarrus

FRIDAY NIGHT FOLLOW-UP: Transfers Currie, Mason finding their niche at Northwest Cabarrus

CHINA GROVE — It was late in the third quarter, and the outcome of Northwest Cabarrus’ 49-0 thrashing of Carson Friday already determined well before halftime. Per high school football rules, the game clock was running continuously because the Trojans held such an insurmountable lead.

It was the right time to put in the subs, and Northwest Cabarrus coach Brandon Gentry dispatched Bryson Mason and L.J. Currie to man the offensive backfield. The daring duo had already played superbly at their regular positions: Currie at middle linebacker and Mason at wide receiver.

Had they not transferred from their previous schools this season, Currie and Mason might have been featured running backs at Concord and Jay M. Robinson, respectively. But they’re Trojans now, having joined Northwest Cabarrus’ football program with a willingness to contribute in any way necessary and without any assumptions…..

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