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  • Hawatha Bell: "Linebacker Hawatha Bell even added 26-yard interception return to extend Butler's lead to 31-6 with 11:05 remaining in the second quarter." -- Charlotte Observer Article
  • Jheranie Boyd: "... caught three touchdown passes in the first half, two from Dontrae Meeks and one from Darius Edwards. Boyd's 52-yard catch-and-run from Edwards made it 28-0 with 5:15 left in the second quarter." He also caught touchdown passes of 25 and 9 yards. -- Gaston Gazette Article
  • Justin Dixon: "... ran the ball, and ran the ball some more... Dixon did it all Friday night. On defense, he delivered some punishing hits, hurried the quarterback and was all over the field. On a few occasions, the refs thought a few of those hits were late, and his team was penalized." He led the game in rushing with 115 yards on 25 carries. News & Observer Article News & Observer: Observations Article News & Observer Photo Gallery
  • Ray-Ray Davis: Left game late in the second half with knee injury and did not return. Before he left, he had two carries for 13 yards and three catches for 27 yards.
  • Hunter Furr: Ran for two touchdowns
  • Jared McAdoo: "At first, it was kind of emotional deep down inside, but then I knew I had to do it for my man Atlas," McAdoo told the Herald-Sun regarding playing the first home game since the death of defensive lineman Atlas Fraley. McAdoo recorded a sack and three pass deflections. -- Herald-Sun Article
  • Sam Montgomery: led Greenwood with seven tackles and a sack. "We fought our butts off out there," Montgomery told the Index Journal. "We have to just suck it up and get back together." -- Index Journal Article
  • Donte Moss: three carries for 31 yards. -- Daily News Article
  • Mywan Jackson: completed 10-of-17 passes for 124 yards and three touchdowns (7-, 10-, and 22-yarders) and rushed for 84 yards and anther score. "That was good knowing I can connect with three different receivers," Jackson told the Tampa Tribune. "When I know I can count on any of the receivers to make big plays, that's always good." "Jackson, known for his abilities to make plays with his feet, had a highlight play late in the first quarter. On the play, Jackson scrambled left, looking for an open receiver but couldn't find an opening. As Wharton defenders tried to close in on him, he turned to run back across the field and dodged a few tacklers for a 30-yard gain." -- Tampa Tribune Article
  • Bryn Renner: "... accounted for four touchdowns -- two passing and two rushing. And just for good measure, Renner, who also punts for the Spartans, pinned the host Rams deep twice by placing two punts inside the Robinson 5-yard line." "Our O-line really played great tonight," Renner told Digital Sports. "We had so much of the field open up. We have the ability to force the defense to think, because we can be running the ball or throwing it down-field. And if the pass breaks down, I can still gain yardage running the ball." -- Digitial Sports Article
  • Logan Thomas: "... threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Bees improved to 4-0 on the season." Thomas added a one-yard run. He rushed for 41 yards and passed for 47 yards. -- News & Advance Article

Thursday's Scoreboard

  • Scooba (Miss.) East Mississippi CC 52, Goodman (Miss.) Holmes CC 14 (Albert Craddock)

Friday's Scoreboard

  • Matthews (N.C.) Butler 66, Charlotte (N.C.) Berry 12 (Hawatha Bell)
  • Roebuck (S.C.) Dorman 28, Greenwood (S.C.) 10 (Byron Best, Sam Montgomery)
  • Winterville (N.C.) South Central 23, Windsor (N.C.) Bertie 8 (Travis Bond)
  • Gastonia (N.C.) Ashbrook 42, Lawndale (N.C.) Burns 7 (Jheranie Boyd)
  • Somerville (N.J.) Immaculata 24, Somerville (N.J.) 6 (Mark Brazinski)
  • Smithfield (N.C.) Smithfield-Selma 20, Four Oaks (N.C.) South Johnston 6 (D.J. Bunn, Justin Dixon)
  • Chesapeake (Va.) Grassfield 7, Portsmouth (Va.) Churchland 0 (Curtis Campbell)
  • Kernersville (N.C.) East Forsyth 35, Winston-Salem (N.C.) Atkins 14 (David Collins)
  • Alpharetta (Ga.) 20, Roswell (Ga.) Centennial 13 (Euclid Cummings)
  • Kannapolis (N.C.) Brown 34, Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley 31 (Ray Ray Davis)
  • Winston-Salem (N.C.) Mount Tabor 28, Winston-Salem (N.C.) Parkland 26 (Hunter Furr)
  • Seffner (Fla.) Armwood 52, Tampa (Fla.) Wharton 10 (Ryne Giddins, Mywan Jackson, Angelo Hadley)
  • Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek 12, Charlotte (N.C.) Myers Park 3 (Josh Hunter)
  • Raleigh (N.C.) Broughton 17, Chapel Hill (N.C.) 7 (Robert Crisp, Jared McAdoo)
  • Tulsa (Okla.) Union 24, Jenks (Okla.) 17 (Gabe Lynn)
  • Mauldin (S.C.) 14, Anderson (S.C.) Hanna 13 (Joshua McKie)
  • Jacksonville (N.C.) Northside 41, Leland (N.C.) North Brunswick 6 (Donte Moss)
  • Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor 44, Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian 22 (Shane Mularkey)
  • Fayetteville (N.C.) Britt 42, Fayetteville (N.C.) Sanford 28 (Xavier Nixon)
  • Springfield (Va.) West 50, Fairfax (Va.) Robinson 27 (Bryn Renner)
  • Lynchburg (Va.) Brookville 36, Daleville (Va.) Lord Botetourt 0 (Logan Thomas)

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