Wed, 14 Aug 2013 01:50:19 GMT — Click HERE to see the entire WPDE End Zone Schedule Carvers Bay Bears 2012 Record: 9-2 Offense: 30.54 ppg (14th in the Zone Nation) Defense: 10.81 ppg (3rd) Returning Starters Offense: 7 Defense: 7 Click HERE to see Carvers Bay's 2013 schedule Rich's TakeThe Bears have a bitter taste in their mouth. As a #1 seed, it was a shocker to see Carvers Bay get upset by Hemingway. The team learned a painful lesson and Naquez Pringle explained it so well in the preview. Pringle will be one of the biggest names on the board when it comes to major Division I talent in the Zone Nation this fall. I think we're going to see Carvers Bay go back to its run-first mentality. DeShaun Aiken gave them an air dynamic, but now it's going to be a lot of Devin Cuttino and the deep Carvers Bay backfield. Look for Hikeem Hampton to make some big plays on Friday night's. I think Coach T is underselling his team calling them middle of the pack. Don't be surprised to see Carvers Bay contending in November. Worth Another WatchIt was one of the wildest endings of the year. Carvers Bay appeared to be picked off and headed to overtime with Timmonsville tied at 20, but a fumble on the pick allowed Shaquan Durand to score on the fumble recover in the closing seconds to give the Bears a 26-20 win over the Whirlwinds. It was the ninth and final victory of the season for Carvers Bay. Click HERE to see the Bears and Whirlwinds week ten classic. 2012 Highlight Reels Devin CuttinoIsrael DavisNaquez PringleO'Neil Johnson Meet the Bears
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