The word on the street is: Dudley vs. Northern 12:30 today at Wake

Posted by Andy Durham on July 11, 2009 at 9:39 am under High School | 6 Comments to Read

The word is NG and Duldey tied head-to-head and in the round-robin format when our man on the street was pulling out of Wake, Northern was 1-0-1 and Dudley was 0-1-1. Smith was tied with Northern in their side of the bracket and the Eagles were at Wake along with NG, Dudley and Northeast from Guilford County.

The Word on the Street is Dudley versus Northern Guilford in the 7 on 7’s today at Wake Forest and the start time has been listed as 12:30pm.

If anyone gets word on how this one goes and who does what, please send us some details to the site.

The comment box will be open and let us know who puts on a show and who was a no-show………….

We need the Word-up from the Street.

  • ron said,

    Heard they tied 7-7 0r 6-6.

  • tarheel said,

    Northern should have won by two td if the TE does not drop drop two td.

  • Knute said,

    Northeast Guilford finished 3 -1 on the Day. Northern and Dudley tie 7 – 7.

  • JFISH said,

    How did Northern and Dudley QB’s look
    how did Allen VS Amerson go
    How did each team look?

  • Andy said,

    The word I got was there wasn’t alot of Allen vs. Amerson action, but that Allen looked great overall and that Amerson was a bit quiet, but there was another Dudley DB that looked very impressive and when the Dudley DB went on offense as a receiver he stole the show.

    The fans I talked didn’t know his name, but it wasn’t Amerson or Jeremy Reynolds. The new Dudley DB’s last name may have been Black, but we don’t have that verified yet, but we do know that he put on quite a show.

    The word on the pavement out on the Street out on Holden Road in front of Smith High School is that the Eagles have some very good athletes on the outside, but will they be able to find the interior players to go with the outside threats?????

  • watching said,

    I thought Dudley should have won in the matchhup against NG. It was a Panther TE that missed the last catch of that game.