North's Defense Too Much For The South

The North defense stymied the South squad most of the day as they came away with a 26-10 victory in the 60th annual SCADA North-South All-Star Game. Come inside for a quick recap and pictures of the MVP's. Pictured here are North MVP's Greenwood LB Michael Coates and Westside RB Montez Hatten.

Conway, SC - The North All-Stars came away with an impressive 26-10 victory over the South All-Stars in the 60th Annual North-South All-Star Game.

The South got on the board first after a Ryan Quigley FG to take an early 3-0 lead. However, it was pretty much all North from there… The North's stifling defense held the South scoreless the entire 2nd and 4th quarters, and came up with several key plays defensively, including an interception return for a TD by LB Michael Coates.

The South attempted to make things interesting early on in the 4th quarter. Down by the score of 20-10, the South All-Stars came up with a big defensive play when LB Sherman (C.J.) Missick intercepted a pass with 14:16 remaining. The South's offense took the field, in hopes of bringing the game within a TD or a FG. However, all threats came to an end when the North All-Stars came up with a huge defensive stand, and kept the South from putting more points on the board.

The North's offense was led by the hard running of RB Montez Hatten, who was later on named the North's offensive MVP. Hatten put the nail in the coffin with a 1 yard TD run with a little over five minutes remaining in the game to seal the victory.

Wide receiver, Eddie Jones, scored the South's only touchdown, and was named their offensive MVP.

North MVP's LB Michael Coates & RB Montez Hatten

South MVP's LB C.J. Missick & WR Eddie Jones

Game MVP's pose for a shot

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