Friday Night Heroes: Johnny Frasier player of the week
11/18/2013 8:07 PM
11/18/2013 8:08 PM
Player of the week : Johnny Frasier of Princeton rushed for 350 yards and scored six touchdowns despite not playing in the second half of a 59-22 victory over Granville Central.
Defender of the week : Durham Hillside’s Kalen McCain intercepted a pass in the end zone with 39 seconds left to help preserve the Hornets’ 36-30 victory over Clayton. The N.C. State recruit had two interceptions in the game.
Play of the week : DaQuan Carr of Kinston scooped a Franklinton fumble in the closing minutes and returned it for a touchdown in a 31-27 victory.
Defense of the week : Wakefield held Green Hope to one touchdown and two field goals in a 14-13 victory.
Special teams salute : Cardinal Gibbons kicker Brandon Loy caught a two-point conversion, kicked a 27-yard field goal, hit all three extra point attempts and completed a successful onsides kick in a 44-28 win at Triton.
Kendall Hinton, Southern Durham: Passed for 117 yards and rushed for 171 yards in a 40-6 win over Chapel Hill. Derrick Mason had eight catches for 118 yards.
Tevin Ferrel, Bunn : Rushed for 250 yards in the Wildcats’ 69-20 win over Greene Central.
Nyheim Hines, Garner : Scored five touchdowns and rushed for 186 yards in a 63-21 win over Holly Springs.
Donte Thomas-Williams, Durham Hillside : Rushed for 256 yards in a 36-30 win over Clayton.
Brant Grisel, Middle Creek: Passed for 256 yards and four touchdowns and ran for a touchdown in a 37-20 win over Fuquay-Varina. All four of his completed passes to Curtis Burston (104 yards) were touchdowns.
Bryce Love, Wake Forest : Rushed for 140 yards and scored two touchdowns in a 35-14 win over Panther Creek.
Reid Herring, Millbrook : Sophomore passed for 151 yards in a 24-21 victory over Leesville Road.
Troy Maslowski, Green Hope : Picked off three passes in a 14-13 loss to Wakefield.
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