Casino Bowl 2010
NFE AllStars VS MLFN AllStars
A GREAT time was had by all! Coach G Led the
NFE AllStars to a Victory.
The Renegades had 5 Players represent our Team
in Las Vegas, Nevada
Vick Callahan, James Glenn, Dwight Moses IV,
Lamonte Stephens and James Summers Jr.
Along with Coach G as HEAD COACH..
We were just a part of a GREAT bunch of AllStars from across the United States.
Great JOB Guys..
Please take a look at the Player News for the National All Americans and the Team Award winners...
The Renegades had prepared for this game both physically and mentally but knew it would come down to mistakes (Turnovers). The Renegades suffered 4 turnovers in which 3 of them led to the Carolina Express 21 points.. The Carolina Express have had 7 appearances in League Championship games and each time they eluded them. Now, they have "one" to talk about.
To Butch, Andrea, Carolina Express Team and Organization Congratulations!!
The Carolina Renegades Championship Game MVP's..
Offense MVP - #1 Jed Bines
Defense MVP - #3 Vic Callahan
To The Carolina Renegades Team
Sandy, and I "Coach G" want to tell you, that we could not be prouder of such a great Team, and Organization in the success we have shared in such a short time... In seems like yesterday when we where traveling to Florida for the Bowl game and to Las Vegas for the All-Star game to play football, but we are not DONE...
Post Season Tournament Play, Trip to Florida, and viva "Las Vegas".
So, we will continue to build and make this the BEST Team and Organization in "North Carolina"!!
As a TEAM, we know there is only 1 way to do it!!!
The Renegades will play the Carolina EXPRESS for the 2009 NSAFL Championship!! We will be traveling to Columbia, SC
September 19, 2009 at 7 PM...
The Renegades WILL be playing the Burke County Storm in the Division Championships.. WE WILL BE HOSTING THE GAME Saturday 05, 2009 at
7 PM under the lights! The game will be in Oak Ridge at the TOWN PARK, as listed above. The Cost will be $7.00 and You MAY bring a lawn chair!!!
SEE You ALL there!!!
This is going to be a GREAT game!!
Renegades 53 - BlueJays 0
That was a great way to end the regular season and get ready for the Playoffs... Offense had a slow start with 13 points in the 1st half. #7 QB Jermaine Pitts threw 4 td's and #1 TB Jed Bines had a successful night with 147 yds rushing. Other outstanding offensive players was #5 WR James Glenn with 2 td's and #22 WR Brent "Cal" Brown with 2 td's. Now on the Defensive side IT WAS OFF THE CHAIN....
The defense was led by #3 Corner Vic Callahan who had several key tackles and "another" interception returned for a TD... That gave Vic 11 interceptions for the season and 4 returned for td's. The pressure was continuously applied by #11 LB Earl "EB" Barnes and that massive D-line. To all of the Defense GREAT JOB...
ONLY one WAY to WIN a CHAMPIONSHIP and that is WHAT??
The Renegades have Finished a 10-2 Season (including pre-season games), GREAT JOB GUYS!!
Renegades will be playing away this week against the Carolina Blue Jays in Mooresville at Mooresville High School 160 S Magnolia St Mooresville, NC 28115 Game time 7:30 PM.
The Renegades WON August 8, 2009 against the Fayetteville Enforcers 47-12..
Check back to see when and where the RENEGADES will be playing for PLAYOFFS on September 5, 2009!!
The Renegades came back to WIN 45-0 against the Carolina Falcons on Saturday August 01, 2009. After a devastating loss, due to a lack of KEY players sidelined because of injuries, against the Burke County Storm.
Game time is 5PM Tickets are ONLY $5.00 for 6 and UP! Parking is FREE and You will as usual have a wristband upon entering the field.
We WILL have a 50/50 Raffle to help raise MONEY for our AWAY jersey's..
Thank YOU for coming and enjoying our games, we have had GREAT fun in playing in Walkertown!!
The Renegades have their FIRST loss on the 11th against the Catawba Hornets, watch for the FULL story. Photo's added below! Say Kudos to our Daughter Taylor, she took the Majority of the photo's since I haven't been on the field, I picked up at the end of the game and shot a couple dozen or so!
Hornets hand Carolina Renegades first loss of the season
An outstanding Hornet’s passing attack and turnovers by the Renegades helped visiting Catawba defeat the Carolina Renegades semi-pro football team 28-12 Saturday afternoon at Walkertown Middle School.
“They did a superb job with their passing game. They exposed us defensively with their passing and we have some areas we need to work on in our defensive coverage. They probably had more than 300 or more yards passing. Their quarterback was very composed. He did a three-step drop and just let it go,” said Renegades head coach Dale Glossenger. “Offensively we just turned the ball over too much. We turned it over in the red zone three times and we had two touchdowns called back for penalties where we were just not thinking. You can’t make mistakes and win against a competitive team.”
Catawba scored one rushing and one passing touchdown in the first half to take a 12-0 lead Saturday.
The Hornets stretched the lead to 20-0 with a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage in the second half and a successful extra point attempt.
“They ran a short 10-yard out and our corner went to intercept the ball. The receiver ran 75 yards for a touchdown,” Glossenger said.
The Renegades’ Jed Bines capped off their first touchdown drive with a 12-yard run to cut the lead to 20-6.
Catawba returned an interception for a touchdown and made the two-point conversion to push the lead to 28-6 with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Some completed passes to James Glenn and Brent Brown set up a five-yard touchdown run by Al Washington on the Renegades’ next possession. The two-point conversion failed. Glenn finished the game with 95 yards receiving and Brown had 60 yards receiving
The Renegades got the ball back with an interception in the final minute of the game. Brown caught a 40-yard pass, but time expired before the Renegades could run another play.
Lamonte Stephens-Conrad had an outstanding game for the Renegades at middle linebacker.
“He had a lot of tackles and he shut the run game down. He made them go to a passing game. They could not run on us,” Glossenger said.
Saturday’s loss was the first of the season for the Renegades (3-1) but will not hurt their playoff hopes. The Renegades will host the Carolina Blue Jays (Statesville) this Saturday at 5 p.m. at Walkertown Middle School. This will be the Homecoming Game for the Renegades.
“All in all it was a good loss. It was a nonleague game and it forces us to regroup. It does not hurt us from a league standpoint. We finally played a competitive team and they exposed our weaknesses. So we will work on our pass coverage this week in practice and get ready for Saturday,” Glossenger said. “Statesville lost their last games 17-15 and 12-6. We better pay attention or we could easily let another game slip by us.”
The Carolina Renegades STILL keeping up with the winning season!! We played the Golden Knights on Saturday and WON 40-0. More Game News to follow..
Exciting NEWS, We were on the LOCAL channel up in Boone (Starting on the 17th of June), We caught it on Sunday afternoon (re-broadcast), talking about the Golden Knights Playing the Carolina Renegades!! It was AWESOME to see and HEAR our Team being recognized!!
The Carolina Renegades Keep the Train rolling on the path to the Championship, with a road win against the Carolina Falcons... 41-18
The Renegades continue the Defense explosion with only giving up 6pts, 3 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 4 sacks... Wake Forest's Kelvin "Duke" Jones stepped in for the injured Lamonte Stephens Conrad at Middle Linebacker and helped control the defense to an impressive showing.
Earl Barnes lead the defense with 6 solo tackles, 2 sacks, and 1 interception... Vick Callahan continues his Defensive Back dominance with 2 more interceptions and a punt returned 45 yds. for a TD... GREAT JOB Defense!!!
The offense had some changes from week one with tailback Al Washington sidelined with a tweaked hamstring.. But Winston Salem State University standout Jed Bines is ready for the calling... Jed turned in 176 yds. on 20 carries and 2 TD's... But the backfield would continue to have that 1, 2, punch with newcomer "PETE" at Fullback who also turned in an impressive 82 yds. and 2 TD's... The Rengades Quarterback Robert Barham did a fine job leading the offense with 10 of 17 completions for 115 yds. passing and a 2pt. pass completion and a rushing TD...
The offense had 311 yds rushing on 39 attempts...
The Carolina Renegades WIN OUR first game of the Season, Saturday against the Burke County Storm 32-8!!!
We are PROUD to start our Season off in the
The defense was OUTSTANDING, They gave up ZERO points and forced 6 turnovers and 2 forced fumbles, 1 of which was returned for a TOUCHDOWN by Brent "CAL" Brown. The Defense was lead by Vick Callahan with 2 interceptions. Lamonte Stephens - Conrad ended with 13 Tackles, Earl Barnes with 9 tackles and Will Edwards with 5 Tackles. ALSO, Brent "Cal" Brown had 2 Sacks. The Offense was off to a slow start but was turned around with a PASS from Roger Rhymer to James Glenn with a 35 Yard Touchdown. James Summers Jr. Scored on a pass thrown by Robert Barham. Roger Rhymer ran in a TD and Al Washington Scored a Touchdown. The Storms ONLY score came on Special Teams, with a 90 Yard Kickoff Return for a TD. Al Washington had 123 yds with 23 carries and a TD and Jed Bines ended with 117 yds with 19 carries...
The Players took time out after a WIN last night to Visit the YMCA and talk to the boys FLAG FOOTBALL teams. Today was the LAST games of the Season for the boys, the Renegades spoke with a few teams about their commitment to their families, school, GOD and JUST HAVING FUN!! We enjoyed ourselves and will be participating in some camps at the YMCA in the Summer (check out info on our site). Thanks for having us today!
The Cowboys, 7-9 Flag Football Team
And Remember, OUR After Party will be at Indigo Joe's in Kernersville!! Wear your wristband from the game and receive 10% off all FOOD purchases. OUR players will be there to talk about the game and just HANG OUT with our FANS!!
Please watch our website this week for additional information!
The 2009 Casino Bowl was played in Las Vegas, Nevada
The Renegades took 5 players from our team to play in the Bowl
Al Washington (MVP at the USO Benefit Bowl)
Kelvin "Duke" Jones
James Summers Jr.
And Coach "G" was asked to be Offensive Coordinator
for the NFE AllStars.
Our Boys helped The NFE AllStars come out with a WIN
47-0 against the Colorado AllStars..
The NFE AllStars had players from all over the country
TAKE VEGAS by STORM... They CAME, They PLAYED, and
They succeeded in Winning BIG!!!
The Carolina Renegades ALSO Came out with TWO (2) MVP's
Al Washington (MVP) once again PREVAILED
and James Summers Jr. (MVP) had a GREAT Game!
As DID ALL 5 OF OUR PLAYERS!!!
Coach "G" and I are SO proud of our Players, we are
coming together as a GREAT TEAM and are looking
forward to many MORE ventures with the NFE..
I have added a few Photo's from the game below.
BUT, to See ALL of the photo's From the game go to
Our End of the SEASON Banquet was a HUGE Success... Please watch the Photo website for pictures.. I will post Award Winners ASAP for ALL to SEE!!
2009 NSAFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
The Carolina Express Beat the Carolina Renegades 21-14 at the Championship Game Saturday September 19, 2009.
2009 North Division Champions
The Carolina Renegades are the 2009 North Division Champions!!
The Renegades played the Burke County Storm and WON 20-6 last night in Oak Ridge at the NEW Town Park Facility. We would like to THANK the Town of Oak Ridge for welcoming us and coming out to support our TEAM!! We Enjoyed playing in Oak Ridge and hope to return to play again!!