Saturday, September 26, 2009

Friday night's highlights

OAKBORO - Kenny Patterson threw for six touchdowns and 385 yards as surprising Berry won 40-34 at West Stanly in a Rocky River 2A/1A game Friday.
Patterson threw four scoring passes to Marquise Buckman, covering 70, 50, 70 and 30 yards. Buckman had 265 receiving yards. Patterson’s other two scores went to Germone Hoppner, covering 85 and 40 yards.
The Cardinals, 0-11 last season, are 4-1 overall and 2-1 in conference. West Stanly fell to 2-3, 1-1.


EAST LINCOLN 56, SOUTHLAKE CHRISTIAN 6 - East Lincoln scored six first-half touchdowns and cruised to a home victory. Preston Perry threw three touchdown passes, and Austin Culp ran for 84 yards and two scores on five carries. Teammate Marcus McDowell gained 87 yards for the Mustangs (3-2).
The lone bright spot for SouthLake (2-3) was Zak Johnston’s 75-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.


CHERAW, S.C. 33, PROVIDENCE DAY 7 – The Chargers, playing without suspended coach Bruce Hardin, fell behind 27-0 in the first half and lost their second straight. Darrell Hawkins and Chad Wilkes ran for two touchdowns apiece for Cheraw (2-3). Josh Covington’s 2-yard run was the lone score for Providence Day (2-4).


CHARLOTTE LATIN 52, ELKIN 7 – Jalen Ross ran for four touchdowns and Sam Spence threw two scoring passes to Davis Austin as the Hawks handed host Elkin (4-1) its first loss.
Latin (5-0) scored 42 in the first half. Ross has nine touchdowns the past two games.


CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 56, RALEIGH RAVENSCROFT 21 – The Bucs scored 42 in the first half in a dominant home victory.
Morgan Roberts (184 passing yards) ran for two touchdowns and passed for three, including two to Miles Boardman. Chris Shembo, Connor Dunaway and Thomas Coker also ran for touchdowns for Country Day (5-0). Boardman had four catches for 103 yards.


NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 42, ASHEVILLE SCHOOL 19 – Kelvin Allen ran for two touchdowns, caught a scoring pass from Chris Macon and ran for a two-point conversion as the Knights improved to 3-2. Travis Davies also had two touchdown runs.


EAST GASTON 44, HARDING 6 – The winless Rams trailed 6-0 at half, but were doomed by East Gaston’s 30-point third quarter in a MEGA 7 3A/4A road loss. It was the conference opener for Harding (0-5).


FORSYTH COUNTRY DAY 21, HICKORY GROVE 14 – The Lions, N.C.’s top-ranked Divison II private school, were upset on the road. Hickory Grove (4-1) fell behind 14-0 at halftime, but rallied to tie in the fourth quarter when Josh Cheuvront scored on a 1-yard run and threw a 2-point conversion pass to Teddy Walker. Forsyth (3-2) won on Seth Constable’s 6-yard run.


GARINGER 27, WADDELL 12 – Visiting Garinger snapped a four-game skid to win the MEGA 7 4A/3A opener. George McNeil had two touchdown runs for Waddell (1-5, 0-1), which has lost five straight.


NORTH ROWAN 16, SOUTH STANLY 14 – The Cavaliers snapped a 15-game losing streak. North Rowan (1-4) entered the game averaging three points.


BELMONT SOUTH POINT 21, LINCOLNTON 6 - Aaron Crumbley rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns as the Red Raiders (5-1) won the Big South 3A opener.


WEST ROWAN 28, SOUTH ROWAN 0 – West Rowan’s K.P. Parks set a state record by rushing for at least 100 yards for the 45th time in his four-year career, to break Maiden’s Tommy Henry’s record, as the Falcons won their North Piedmont 3A opener. Parks had 164 yards and scored three touchdowns.

-- Cliff Mehrtens

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

go patriots!!!!

Anonymous said...

cliff, who calls the plays for south meck?whoever it is needs to give it up,how can you be down 21 points and not pass until the 3rd quarter on 4th down!!i know they had a team full of studs last year but the dont this year ,and everyone knows what they r doing its time for them to do something different and maybe the old plays will work!!!!!by the way that sc offense works only in sc!!!