High School Football Saturday Morning Rewind: Numbers and the Highlights shows are making it go this morning, and EG Wildcats are starting to ROAR!!!(Durham Hillside news and read about Hope on the Horizon)/Looking Back at Andy’s Picks/Buford, Georgia 10-7 over Mallard Creek, as Creek hangs tough

On The Rewind….

Last week for the Eastern Guilford Wildcats, Javon Cole ran for 90 yards on the ground, and this week it was time for the “Caleb Creech Show” on the ground…Creech goes for for 293 yards on 35 carries, with 3 rushing TD’s..EG QB Jackson Jones was 8-19 passing for 144 yards, with 2 TD’s/0 INT…..Steven Murray with 3 receptions for 85 yards and 2 TD’s…

On defense for Eastern Guilford we saw Tavion Bullock leading the way with 5 Solo Tackles and 2 assists, plus DJ Southerland with 3 Solo Tackles/2 assists and 1 TFL/1 INT, and 3 Pass Breakups…J’Dyn Boyd had 3 Solo Tackles and 2 assists, with 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery….

EG Wildcat Special Teams:Jackson Jones was 2-2 on field goals with a long of 26 yards….

Eastern Guilford BIG win over Burlington Williams, 39-14…On the Saturday Morning Rewind…

For the Northwest Guilford Vikings, QB Tanner Ballou threw for 223 yards on 16-25 passing and he tossed for 4 TDs….

**********Just found this score while doing some site surfing, and the Mallard Creek Mavericks really hung tough with the Buford, Georgia boys, with Buford pulling the game out in the fourth quarter, 10-7…Mallard Creek led most of the first half of this game, 7-0…Good work turned in by the Mavericks and Coach Kennedy Tinsley, Tinsley formerly at Dudley, Eastern Guilford, and Southeast Guilford…Buford, Georgia, a nationally ranked high school football team, but Mallard Creek all in their face, and giving them all they could handle back on Friday night…*********

On The Rewind Tape/Rewind the Tape….
Friday Football Frenzy from FOX 8…CLICK HERE for Kevin, Danny, and Clare…

Friday Football Fever, with Amanda, Jaylen, Chad, Sydney, and Tim….WFMY NEWS 2

WXII TV 12 High School Football Playbook with John Johnson…

++++++++++MORE on the way, as it comes in.++++++++++

Dudley Panthers are at Durham Hillside next week, in a pretty big regional rivals game….from HS OT, at www.wralsportsfan.com
The Southern Durham High School Spartans shut out the Hillside High School Hornets 14-0 Friday night.

Southern Durham’s defense was the star Friday night, forcing three turnovers against the Hillside offense to secure their first win of the season.

After both teams went scoreless in the first quarter, Southern Durham’s Jalen McKee scored from seven yards out to put the first points on the board. A missed extra point made it 6-0 Southern Durham.

Southern Durham wouldn’t score again until the waning seconds of the third quarter, this time on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Jordan McClure to Amir Hall. A successful two-point conversion things score 14-0 with 48 seconds remaining in the third quarter.

Southern Durham forced two turnovers late in the fourth quarter, sealing the 14-0 victory for the Spartans.

Up next, the Spartans will hit the road to take on Williams High School in Burlington, while Hillside will play their first home game of the year against Dudley High School

+++++++++++South View High School, at Hope Mills, N.C. lost all of their football equipment in a fire last week, and the Hope Mills community, has really rallied around the South View football team and their coach Rodney Brewington, and Brewington is the former coach of the Smith Golden Eagles, and led Smith to a (10-1) record one season, with Eric Ebron at TE/DE, Jeff Simms at QB, and Elijah Jordan at RB…Here is the post for on how Hope Mills sees Hope on the Horizon……….CLICK HERE to see the photos of the fire damage…..
**********Also from HS OT and www.wralsportsfan.com:**********
The Hope Mills community rallied around the South View High School football team Friday night after they lost all of their equipment in a school fire.

Last week, the South View Tigers kicked off the high school football season with a dominant 47-22 victory. However, just 48 hours later, coaches arrived at the school to find smoke and flames coming from the locker room. The fire destroyed the locker room, coaches’ offices, jerseys, equipment, and other belongings.

“You start wondering, will you even play for the season? Let alone this Friday,” Rodney Brewington, South View Varsity Football Head coach said.

The fire also charred and burnt jerseys, water bottles, and a whiteboard that could be seen in a near by dumpster.

Community steps up after fire damages South View’s football gear
“Everything that was in the locker room, the gear they’re playing with, the coach’s offices,” Phyllis Jackson, South View Principal said.

The team said their auditorium became their locker room.

“We thought we were gonna have to wear buckets and all of the bad gear,” Christian Rutledge, player said.

But this team knows how to make a comeback.

“We just saw the Red Sea part for the South View,” Brewington said.

Community steps up after fire damages South View’s football gear
Friday, they’re beaming in bright new jerseys and helmets.

Donations from the community and alumni poured in from all over the country in just four days.

“It was a symphony full of adults working in concert to help these kids play,” Brewington said.

The crowd cheered for the team that finally got their chance. Friday Night Lights are back, brighter than ever.

There’s no official word on what caused the fire.

The principal of South View High School said assessments are still ongoing.

Looking Back at Andy’s Picks:…Went (12-1) and I just wish I had known something MORE about Harding University……….
Grimsley…Got It
New Bern…Got It
High Point Andrews…Got It
Reidsville…Got It
Eastern Guilford…Got It
Northeast Guilford…Got It
Glenn…Got It
Harding University…Missed It
Providence Grove…Got It
High Point Christian Academy…Got It
Dudley…Got It
Northwest Guilford…Got It
Southwest Guilford…Got It