Friday night football's best of the week

September 3, 2012 

Anthony Gaskins, Clayton: Intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown, in a 41-14 victory over South Johnston. Teammate Tam Barbour rushed for 159 yards and two touchdowns.

Jarrett Cervi, Millbrook: Booted a 28-yard field goal with 1:15 left for the winning points in a 29-28 victory over East Wake. Teammate Daminick Wilkins rushed for 193 yards.

Kuvuna Jawaun Johnson, Darrius Darden, Michael Williams, Leesville Road: Led a defensive front that held Durham Jordan to 96 total yards in a 79-0 Pride victory.

Tre Joyner, Cleveland: Passed for 187 yards and ran for 130 yards in a 49-12 win over West Johnston.

Vince Jefferies, Garner: Completed 10 of 19 passes for 265 yards in a 51-27 victory over Broughton. Amani Lanier caught eight passes for 186 yards.

Holden Howell, Harnett Central: Kicked a 31-yard fourth quarter field goal in a 10-7 win over Western Harnett.

Casty St. Louis, Word of God: Scored on runs of 37, 13, 42, 65 and 93 yards in a 68-28 win over Hobgood Academy. He had eight rushes for 258 yards.

Trent Evans, East Wake: Passed for 247 yards in a 29-28 loss to Millbrook.

James Foushee, Lee County: Gained 151 yards in a 38-7 win over Lee County.

David Salmon, Middle Creek: Led the Mustangs’ 52-21 win over Fuquay-Varina by passing for 257 yards.

Chris Tutwiler, Green Hope: Passed for 193 yards in a 29-13 win over Sanderson.

Charlie Davisson, North Raleigh: Caught four passes for 197 yards in a 42-15 win over Charlotte Hickory Grove. John Cook passed for 215 yards.

Connor Mitch, Wakefield: Completed 19 of 37 passing attempts for 227 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-7 win over Knightdale.

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