The annual Northwestern vs. Rock Hill football game is usually the talk of the town and has close to 10,000 people in attendance. This year, however, the weather sent the majority of the crowd home as it thunder-stormed and created lengthy delays in the game play. When all was said and done there were less than 100 people in their seats that toughed out the weather to watch these to South Carolina powers go at it.


Alan Taylerson


Chris Bouyer


Chris is a 2014 Shrine Bowl Selection. He is a 3 year starter on the NHS football team and senior captain. On the gridiron he has been an All Region and All Area honoree. He currently has multiple D1 scholarship offers and is active in Trojan Football Game Day Give Back Community Service!
Joshua English

Rock Hill

3 sport athlete (Football, wrestling, track), member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, 10 10% of Sr. Class. Plans to attend USC next fall.


After an initial 30 minute delay to start, the game kicked off and Northwestern took a 6-0 lead late in the first quarter before lightening lit up the sky and send the game into an hour and a half long delay that sent most of the fans home. The game resumed and was back and forth for a little while before Northwestern took control on some time-consuming drives in the fourth quarter. The rain never really stopped the entire game which probably kept Rock Hill in the game more than they normally would’ve been. Northwestern was able to close it out for the win, 29-20.