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Davidson Day imposed its will on both sides of the ball to rout Charlotte Latin, 31-13, on Nov. 13 and claim the NCISAA Division I title. The win was the Patriots’ fourth title in their past five seasons. Cade Carney led the way with 216 rushing yards and two touchdowns, and sophomore quarterback Sam Hartman completed 12-18 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns – a 49-yard strike to Tommy Lawley and a 12-yard throw to Jake Dyer. (Photos courtesy of Ken Bumgarner)