Friday night football heroes

From staff reportsNovember 13, 2012 

Raevon Smith, Garner: Intercepted a pass for a touchdown, rushed for two touchdowns, caught a pass for a touchdown and rushed for 218 yards in a 76-34 win over Wakefield. Vincent Jefferies passed for 188 yards.

Connor Mitch, Wakefield: Completed 38 of 62 passes for 643 yards and five touchdowns in a 76-34 loss to Garner. Jordan Fieulleteau had 16 catches for 305 yards.

Johnny Frazier, Princeton: Rushed for 171 yards in a 43-12 win over North Edgecombe.

Tarik Cohen, Bunn: Ran for 198 yards in a 31-14 win over SouthWest Edgecombe.

John Cook, North Raleigh Christian: Passed for 219 yards in a 54-26 loss to Arden Christ School in the N.C. Independent School Athletic Association Division II semifinals.

Dante DiMaggio, Cardinal Gibbons: Completed 19 of 39 passes for 324 yards in a 25-20 loss to Wilson Hunt.

Josh Joyner, Wilson Hunt: Rushed for 227 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 25-20 win over Cardinal Gibbons.

Isaac Martin, Cleveland: Ran for 137 yards in a 47-25 win over Greenville Conley. Cleveland quarterback Aaron Farmer threw for 164 yards and three touchdowns.

Trai Sharp, Carrboro: Scored three touchdowns and rushed for 284 yards in a 37-8 win over Randleman. Quarterback Alex McVeigh passed for 210 yards, including 157 yards to Marlin Johnson.

John Cook, North Raleigh Christian: Passed for 219 yards in a 54-26 loss to Arden Christ School in the NCISAA Division II semifinals.

David Salmon, Middle Creek: Passed for 204 yards in a 37-30 loss to Leesville Road.

Kamir Bowen, Leesville Road: Ran for 170 yards in a 37-30 win over Middle Creek. Elisiah Richardson intercepted two passes and Braxton Berrios had an interception and fumble recovery.

Jace Brown, Clayton: Ran for 210 yards in a 40-28 loss to New Hanover.

Sean Motley, Orange: Passed for 199 yards in a 56-13 win over South Johnston. Patrick Pettiford had 128 yards in receptions.

Casty St. Louis, Word of God: Rushed for 151 yards in a 52-28 loss to Courtland (Va.) Southampton in the NCISAA eight-man championships.

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