One of the oldest rivalries in the state of North Carolina, A.L. Brown and Concord will battle once again on Friday evening to determine who will take home “The Bell.” Concord leads the overall series record 48-40-4, but A.L. Brown have won the last three meetings between the two teams. This season, the Wonders from A.L Brown come into the game 5-5 on the season, while the Concord Spiders come in 1-9, hoping to turn their season around with a crucial victory against their bitter rival. The winner of Friday’s game will take home “The Bell,” and all the bragging rights.


Jordan Medley
A.L. Brown


Clinton Bost


Clint is a 4 year letterman on the varsity football. Clint is an excellent leader and student as he has achieved A or A/B honor roll his entire high school career. As a football player Clint has been the leading tackler for Concord High School over the last 2 seasons. After high school Clint plans to major in business while continuing his football career.
Alex Zimmerman

A.L. Brown

Alex is a two-year varsity football letterman. He is a member of the Junior Rotarian Club and he is a state champion of the Beta Club Build team for the 2017 competition. Alex plans on attending the University of Chapel Hill and pursue a degree in business.


Jamie Scott


3 years all SPC and offensive player of the year in the SPC in 1996...Career rushing leader for CHS and Cabarrus County until broken by former Spider Rocky Reid. Jamie was a 3 year letterman and starter for Wake Forest University. Jamie is unable to be in attendance tonight due to his assistant coaching duties at Northwest Cabarrus.
Bob Boswell

A.L. Brown

Coach Boswell is a graduate of Walter Williams HS in Burlington, NC and Elon College. He began his coaching career as an assistant at Graham HS from 1960-1965 and the eventual head coach in 1966. Coach Boswell then became the head coach of High Point Andrews from 1968-73, where he would lead Andrews to a 4-A state title in 1972. Boswell was hired by Lou Holtz at N.C. State as an assistant. He came to A.L. Brown in 1976 as the AD and head football coach and he helped make drastic improvements to weight training and football program. In his coaching career, Coach Boswell compiled a 102-37-1 record as head coach, and he is considered the father of Wonder Football and is greatly appreciated for his contributions to Wonder Athletics.


One of the oldest rivalries in North Carolina, "The Battle for the Bell" between A.L. Brown and Concord lived up to its billing as a great rivalry. In the end, though, it was A.L. Brown who came out on top in a back and forth affair. The 54-35 victory marks the 4th victory in a row for the Wonders in this rivalry and means the bell stays with them.