First Posted: 10/14/2009
Mount Airy Granite Bears
Ben Hinson The junior quarterback ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Granite Bears past North Stokes 54-0 last Friday.
The Defense A week after North Stokes put up 58 points on North Surry the Granite Bears D shut out the Vikings in dominating fashion. North Stokes, who entered the game at 5-1, crossed the Mount Airy 50-yard line once late in the fourth quarter.
East Surry Cardinals
Jorge Padron Hip, hip! JORGE! was the cry of the East Surry faithful Friday against Bishop McGuinness, as Padron nailed a 27 yard field goal to put the Cardinals on the board. East won 9-7.
Hunter Diamont Diamont fought through a bum knee to lead East to victory over Bishop. He finished with 107 yards on 27 carries and the Cardinals lone touchdown, an 11-yard strike up the gut in the fourth quarter to give his team the win.
North Surry Greyhounds
Joston Phipps The speedy senior had 13 touches for 301 yards of total offense in leading the Greyhounds to their first win of the season over South Stokes. Phipps had a 91 yard kickoff return for a touchdown, 174 rushing yards and 36 receiving yards for five total touchdowns
Andrew Pennington The sophomore linebacker gave coach Brian Hamptons team a defensive spark it hadnt seen this in his first varsity week of the season.
Surry Central Golden Eagles
Granath Musson The junior linebacker did a little bit of everything in Friday nights loss at West Stokes. He had two pass breakups, numerous tackles and a couple big hits, which Surry Central coach Monty Southern said have been lacking from his defense.
Garrett Draughn The two-year letter winner has been one of the Golden Eagles most reliable offensive lineman this season. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound senior has helped open up holes for the Golden Eagles run-based offense.