Braxton Berrios leads Friday night heroes

October 2, 2012 

Braxton Berrios, Leesville Road: Scored five touchdowns and rushed for 196 yards in a 52-24 win over Wakefield.

Kylyn Flemming, Northern Durham: Rushed for 259 yards in a 32-17 win over Durham Riverside.

David Salmon, Middle Creek: Passed for 325 yards in a 35-26 win over Panther Creek. Curtis Burston had 125 receiving yards.

L.J. Young, Ravenscroft: Passed for 202 yards and rushed for 140 yards in a 46-40 victory over Fayetteville Christian.

Shawn Stankavage, Cardinal Gibbons: Passed for 280 yards and four touchdowns in a 45-14 win over Chapel Hill.

Ian Boyd, Apex: Led the Cougars to a 27-24 win over Athens Drive with 139 yards rushing and 105 yards passing.

David Mayaka, Panther Creek: Rushed for 222 yards in a 35-26 loss to Middle Creek.

Sean Bowman, South Granville: Ran for 263 yards in a 36-29 loss to Carrboro.

Dominique Lynch, Athens Drive: Rushed for 234 yards in a 27-24 loss to Apex. Athens quarterback Jason West passed for 189 yards.

Cinco Simmons, Durham Hillside: Passed for 322 yards in a 41-3 win over Person.

Trai Sharp, Carrboro: Scored four touchdowns in a 36-29 win over South Granville.

Marquavious Johnson, Knightdale: Rushed for 180 yards in a 50-13 win over West Johnston.

Connor Mitch, Wakefield: Passed for 187 yards in a 52-24 loss to Leesville Road.

Tarik Cohen, Bunn: Rushed for 149 yards in a 36-0 win over Warren County.

John Cook, North Raleigh: Completed 14 of 18 passes for 175 yards and six touchdowns in a 56-0 win over Kestrel Heights.

Chris Tutwiler, Green Hope: Passed for 177 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-17 loss to Fuquay-Varina.

Jason Fields, Word of God: Passed for 175 yards and rushed for 93 yards in a 54-0, eight-man football win over Rocky Mount Academy. Casty St. Louis had 126 yards rushing and 100 receiving yards.

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