Looking back at those Friday night numbers

Starting to compile some of those from Friday night with a few for you….

Justin Johnson(QB)-High Point Central:24-40, 265 yards, 1 TD, 17 carries, 113 yards, 1 rushing TD.

Jamal Petty(RB) 3 TD’s with 231 yards rushing is what we are seeing….Southeast Guilford with the win over NEG….

Richard Hayes(QB)….with 2 TD’s and a two-point conversion run for Dudley in the Panthers loss to Ragsdale in OT….

Jordan Putnam(QB) 13-16 passing for Page with 1 TD….

Kamen Powell(RB) Northwest Guilford had 123 yards rushing on 15 carries with one touchdown….Cole Anderson had two TD recpetions from NWG QB Andrew Ritz……

Colson Herndon with 2 rushing and 1 passing TD for Ragsdale in the Tigers win over Dudley in OT…

Rick Mack from High Point Christian, as a DB/WR, with 4 rec. 124 yards, TD, 2 interceptions


  1. I’m a Page fan true and blue but I got my eye on Southeast. I think they are going to shake things up this year. It’s their time to shine!

  2. I only have the approximate numbers on Petty. I know he had over 250 yds to go along with those 3 TDs. Once again, he sat the 4th quarter with SEG up 49-12.

  3. Have to agree with UU. I believe it’s SEG year. Lots of seniors and a marquis back in Petty.

  4. @UU
    Ragsdale is for real this year so you better not sleep on my Whirlies either. As I said this is going to be an interesting season in the Metro.

  5. Every offense line under Coach Fritz has been well coached. Some may have been more talented and executed better than others, but they have all been well coached. He can flat out get it done with an offensive line. He believes in physical football to his core and that’s what he teaches. This SEG team is tailor made to fit their Coaches style. If you like ‘Smash Mouth’ football, stroll on down to Southeast.

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