High School Football Saturday Morning Rewind:A look back at last night’s games

Let’s begin our look back at last night’s high school football games, as we Rewind the games’ names, numbers and info from our Guilford County teams…Time to keep it to the basics and let the CLICKS do the talking on this one….

CLICK HERE for Grimsley at Knightdale from Joe Sirera, with the News and Record’s HSXtra section…
“It was good to get momentum early for sure, especially on the road. … Some of the penalties were effort penalties, which I can live with. I don’t like the boneheaded stuff, like jumping offsides and stuff like that. … It seemed like things got out of sync a little bit in the fourth quarter due to some injuries and some substitutions, but you don’t ever want to finish like that no matter who’s in the game. You want to finish clean and sharp. That’s the standard we’ve set for ourselves. We played hard for 48 minutes at a tough place to play.”Darryl Brown, Grimsley coach
(Four TD receptions for Grimsley Tight End Lawson Albright.)

CLICK HERE for South Iredell at Dudley, from Tim Nash at the News and Record and HSXtra…..
“We are getting there. We have stuff to work on, but the effort is there. We just have to minimize the mistakes. We can’t keep making these same mistakes as the season goes on.”Dudley head coach Stephen Davis.

CLICK HERE for Burlington Williams at Eastern Guilford, from David Kehrli at the Burlington Times-News, and this game will be continued/completed on Monday, with EG up 35-7…

CLICK HERE for Eastern Alamance over Northeast Guilford with Adam Smith, from the Burlington Times-News….
At least one major bright spot for Northeast Guilford:Trevon Hester’s 163 rushing yards and two touchdowns fueled Northeast Guilford…

CLICK HERE for Mount Tabor at Ragsdale, from Philip Deutsch at the News and Record and with HSXtra….

CLICK HERE for J.P. Mundy at the News and Record/HSXtra for Highland Springs, Virginia at Page…

CLICK HERE for Jim Sands with Rockingham County now, a branch of the News and Record and this Click looks at East Surry visiting Reidsville and the Cardinals topping the Rams, 55-49 and just look at some of the numbers from this contest…From an offensive standpoint, this had to be the “Game of the Night” in North Carolina last evening…..Back-and-forth game that finally finished at around 11:15pm…
East Surry
• Quarterback Jefferson Boaz 25-35-1, 474 yards, 5 TDs
Stephen Gosnell 11 receptions, 262 yards; 11 carries, 103 rushing, including five touchdowns
• Quarterback Kyle Pinnix was 21-36-2, 330 yards, 6 TDs
• Wide receiver Auldon Edwards had 4 catches for 110 yards and running back Lionel Long had 21 carries for 156 yards


  1. I think we can all finally say…Grimsley is for real this year. Next week is going to be fun to watch against East Forsyth. Probably the last close game until the playoffs.

  2. Close game……..we will see. East Forsyth should be much more of a complete team than any other team that Grimsley has faced all season.

  3. I’m just saying maybe East Forsyth should consider their first real test will be this weekend. The state championship they won was last year Beating Page and similar teams as it turns out is not much to brag about this year.

  4. Based on records East Forsyth has been tested. East Forsyth beat Mount Tabor 24-9 I believe. Mount Tabor lost to West Forsyth 28-0. That being the case we know what West Forsyth did to Dudley early in the season and I went to that game. I was also at the SE vs Grimsley game. And the Dudley vs SE game. Consider East Forsyth a test……a big test.

  5. East Forsyth is a joke! They act like they’re the 2nd coming of Mallard Creek when they play NOBODY! Grimsley will show they are for real and smack those Eagles all the way back to KVegas. Btw, if East has 7 turnovers like they did against Tabor Grimsley wins by 40. Nuff said!

  6. Let’s see what Grimsley does against East Forsyth without its best offensive lineman, Chris Lyle, who suffered a broken leg at Knightdale.

    And the person referencing East having an easy road to last year’s championship? Yeah, it was easy. The Eagles got to run over Grimsley twice last year by a total score of 93-29, including 41-7 in the playoffs.

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