First Posted: 11/4/2009
The offensive line The Cardinals rushed for 406 yards in a 55-6 win over North Surry last Friday. The big guys up front did a marvelous job of adapting to North Surrys front, which utilizes agile athletes that dont fit the prototypical build of lineman.
Markus Brown The beneficiary of the fine job done by the O-line was Brown. He rumbled for 182 yards and scored three times, including a 71-yard jaunt on which he bounced off several Greyhounds before streaking to the end zone.
Terry Adams Bouncing back from a broken ankle, Adams had a key 45-yard run on the Greyhounds lone scoring play against a stingy East Surry defense. Adams had several tough runs in which he put up a fight against the Cardinals gang-tackling efforts.
Joston Phipps If the Greyhounds got on the board, chances are it was Phipps. That was the case Friday, as he took a snap and snuck around the right end for a 12-yard score.
Luke Wheeler He carried the ball three times for 122 yards and three scores, caught a 42-yard scoring pass and returned a kick for a touchdown in a 55-7 win over host South Stokes last Friday.
The Granite Bears Lets be honest, the Sauras are downright struggling and the Granite Bears are the defending state champions and winners of 25 straight. They probably could have put up twice as many points as they did. A killer instinct is nice, but good sportsmanship is even better.
Dave Wilmoth The senior quarterback had the majority of Centrals offense in a 38-30 loss to North Stokes Friday. Wilmoth finished with 112-yards rushing on 12 carries for three scores and was 9-of-17 passing for 123-yards with two interceptions.
Alex Wilmoth Wilmoth caught four passes for 76-yards and added on 15 yards rushing in a losing effort.