Princeton’s Johnny Frasier takes rushing lead

tstevens@newsobserver.comNovember 18, 2013 

Princeton’s Johnny Frasier, who ran for 350 yards in the first half in last week’s 59-22 win over Granville Central, takes over the area rushing lead from Nyheim Hines of Garner, who has led the area for most of the season.

Frasier, a junior, has rushed for 2,698 yards and has scored 37 rushing touchdowns. He also has 535 yards and four touchdowns in receptions.

Hines, also a junior, has rushed for 2,622 yards and has 604 yards and eight touchdowns in receptions.

Shawn Stankavage continues to lead the area in passing with 3,318 yards and 30 TD passes.

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