Shaun Wilson, West Mecklenburg: Ran for 208 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner with 2:01 left, as the Hawks captured one of the biggest wins in school history, 40-33 at Independence. West Meck had not beaten Independence since 1997.
Will Grier, Davidson Day: Completed 30 of 39 passes for 431 yards and seven touchdowns in a 64-14 win at Harrell’s Christian on Friday. The Florida recruit also rushed eight times for 209 yards and two touchdowns, running up 640 yards in total offense. In four games, Grier has thrown 27 touchdown passes this season.
Logan Bradley, Forestview: Passed for a school-record 364 yards, completing 29 of 38 passes, in a 44-27 win against N.C. state champion East Lincoln to end East Lincoln’s 19-game win streak. Bradley threw five touchdown passes on a Friday night when East Lincoln got 232 yards and three touchdowns rushing, plus 166 yards passing and another score from sophomore Chazz Surratt. But East suffered five turnovers and allowed five touchdowns in the final 15 minutes.
Jareke Chambers, North Rowan: QB threw for 235 yards and two scores, completing 11 of 16 attempts, as North Rowan improved to 4-0 with a 28-13 win against Davie County.
Albert Funderburke, Sun Valley: Ran 23 times for 219 yards and three touchdowns in 39-14 win against East Bladen.
Dashaw Andrews, York (S.C.): Was 22-of-30 passing for 268 yards and a touchdown and led York to a 35-32 win against Gaffney, ranked No. 8 in the S.C. coaches’ poll. It was the second win against Gaffney in York’s school history. Andrews ran nine times for 42 yards and two more touchdowns.
Langston Wertz Jr.
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