High school football playoff heroes

November 6, 2012 

Vincent Jefferies, Garner: Passed for 174 yards, including 125 yards to Ameri Lanier, in a 59-21 win over Athens Drive.

Trai Sharp, Carrboro: Rushed for 190 yards in a 68-31 win over Burlington Cummings. Quarterback Alex McVeigh passed for 156 yards, including 104 yards to Sharp.

T.J. Johnson, Chapel Hill: Passed for 204 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-20 double overtime win over Fayetteville Byrd. Alex Duncan had 126 yards in receptions and Emmett Thorpe booted the 22-yard game-winning field goal.

Tarik Cohen, Bunn: Scored three touchdowns and rushed for 262 yards in a 36-0 win over North Brunswick.

Shawn Stankavage, Cardinal Gibbons: Ran for two touchdowns and passed for four in a 57-52 win over Gray’s Creek. The Crusaders’ Ben Grazen rushed for 224 yards.

Cedric Harris, Clayton: Rushed for 170 yards in a 39-14 win over Knightdale.

Braxton Berrios, Leesville Road: Rushed for two touchdowns and scored on a fumble recovery in a 43-13 win over Heritage.

Jason West, Athens Drive: Passed for 285 yards, including 131 yards to Brad Bowling, in a 59-21 loss to Garner.

Kenneth Collins, Corinth Holders: Passed for 262 yards in a 41-24 loss to Reidsville. Hampton Smith had 162 yards in receptions with two touchdowns.

Cody Sterrett, North Raleigh Christian: Ran for 156 yards in a 31-12 win over Hickory Grove.

Austin Raynor, South Johnston: Passed for 210 yards in a 30-12 victory over Southern Vance.

Aaron Farmer, Cleveland: Passed for 216 yards while teammate Vincent Dean ran for 173 yards in a 40-33 win over West Brunswick.

David Salmon, Middle Creek: Passed for 201 yards in a 31-21 win over Wilmington Laney.

Kendall Hinton, Southern Durham: Passed for 266 yards in a 28-26 loss to Wilmington Hoggard.

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