Patriots sprint past Cowboys
Southwest Guilford could not stop Southern Alamance quarterback Jonathan Lloyd.
Lloyd, who has committed to Duke, finished with 273 yards and one touchdown through the air and 132 yards and three TDs on the ground in handing the Cowboys a 48-28 loss on homecoming Friday night at Southwest.
Jourdan Osinski also had 90 yards and three TDS rushing as well as 67 yards receiving for the Patriots (4-1), who scored the first 20 points of the game to lead big into halftime. Rick Mack had 124 yards and three TDs rushing and a 59-yard TD reception to lead Southwest (2-3).
Southern scored on three of its first four possessions. On its first, it went 72 yards on seven plays, capped by Lloyd’s 13-yard run. Two possessions later, Lloyd connected with Tylin McAdams for a 62-yard gain, and, on the next play, Lloyd scored from 1 yard out.
After a three-and-out, the Patriots took just two plays to score once again. Lloyd found Tyler Atwater along the right sideline, Atwater escaped from the two defenders and ran free for a 55-yard TD to lead 20-0 with 8:44 left in the second quarter.
Southwest moved its ensuing drive inside the 5, setting up first-and-goal from the 4. But it couldn’t get closer than the 3 and turned it over on downs. Fortunately, Southern fumbled on its first play and, two plays later, Mack ran a 3-yard TD with 2:20 left to trail 20-7 into halftime.
The Cowboys got as close as 26-14 early in the third before the Patriots pulled away.
S. Alamance 48, SW Guilford 28
SA 7 13 22 6 — 48
SWG 0 7 14 7 — 28
SA — Lloyd 13 run (Testerman kick), 6:58 1st
SA — Lloyd 1 run (Terman kick), 10:39 2nd
SA — Atwater 55 pass from Lloyd (kick failed), 8:44 2nd
SWG — Mack 3 run (Cheviron kick), 2:20 2nd
SA — Osinksi 5 run (kick failed), 9:49 3rd
SWG — Mack 52 run (Cheviron kick), 9:01 third
SA — Osinski 24 run (Osinski run), 6:01 third
SWG — Mack 59 pass from Hensley (Cheviron kick), 5:06 third
SA — Lloyd 36 run (Osinski run), 2:43 third
SWG — Mack 8 run (Cheviron kick), 8:56 fourth
SA — Osinski 30 run (kick blocked), 3:25
ANDREWS POUNDS BARTLETT YANCEY
YANCEYVILLE — T.W. Andrews walloped Bartlett Yancey 61-6 in a game that ended just as The High Point Enterprise went to press on Friday night.
The Red Raiders improved to 3-1 and play host to North Surry on Friday night. Bartlett Yancey fell to 2-3.
TITANS TRIP BISON, 14-13
HIGH POINT — On a night of misfires for High Point Central’s offense, a missed extra point after a big play led to a 14-13 defeat against West Forsyth.
Quarterback Jamiel Mack hit Juwan Foggie on a 56-yard bomb early in the fourth quarter, but the extra point was blocked. Central then watched West (4-1) march for a 2-yard score on fourth-and-goal with 1:22 remaining. Ben Esposito’s PAT proved to be the game-winner.
Central’s offense managed just 31 yards in the first half, punting four times and losing a fumble. West grabbed a 7-0 lead when quarterback Darion Slade scored from 2 yards out with two seconds left in the half.
The Bison (4-1) opened the second half with an eight-play, 77-yard drive capped by Mack’s short pass to Charles Edmond that went for 35 yards.
— STEVE HANF
SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE
WEST DAVIDSON TOPS TRINITY
TRINITY — On a wet night, West Davidson proved the only team able to gain enough traction to put points on the scoreboard in defeating Trinity 14-0.
The Green Dragons scores came on an 8-yard run by Daniel Everhart in the first quarter and a 17-run by Kyle Smith late in the third period.
Both teams stand 3-2. Trinity looks to bounce back at East Davidson on Friday night.
— GREER SMITH
ENTERPRISE SPORTS WRITER
FALCONS SOAR PAST TIGERS
JAMESTOWN — Southeast Guilford’s offense was too much to handle for Ragsdale Friday night, as the Falcons cruised to a 42-7 victory.
Southeast totaled 498 yards of total offense by dominating the run game. Shakir Turner, a senior tailback, ran for 190 yards and three touchdowns to lead all rushers.
Ragsdale struggled to gain momentum and put together a successful offensive drive. It’s only score came in the second quarter when Alec Cobb hit Jerry Gaither for a 76 yard touchdown pass.
Ragsdale slipped to 1-4 overall and Southeast Guilford (4-0) remained unbeaten.
— PATRICK BUDD
SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE
EAST DAVIDSON CRUISES PAST WHEATMORE
TRINITY — East Davidson blanked Wheatmore 37-0 on Friday night.
The Golden Eagles improved to 4-1. The Warriors fell to 0-5.
East plays host to Trinity on Friday, while Wheatmore visits West Davidson.
VILLAINS CRUSH SAURAS, 56-35
WALNUT COVE — Bishop McGuinness rolled to 496 yards of offense and crushed South Stokes 56-35 on Friday night.
Greg Salomon rushed 19 times for 187 yards and two touchdowns as the Villains improved to 4-1. Joe McNamara carried 14 times for 140 yards and three TDs for Bishop, while Christian Stoltz added 103 yards and two TDs on 13 carries. The Sauras fell to 2-3.
Bishop plays host to Eastern Randolph on Friday night.
DAVIE TAMES THOMASVILLE, 43-7
MOCKSVILLE — There was a downpour of rain on Highway 64 between Thomasville and Mocksville an hour before game time Friday. While nothing more than light rain reached War Eagle Stadium, Davie County poured on the points in a 43-7 runaway over the Bulldogs.
The War Eagles (3-2) kept pounding out chunks of yards on the ground, keeping the THS defense busy. On the other side, the Bulldogs could not sustain many drives and could not keep pace in the nonconference meeting.
The Bulldogs (1-3) got an 80-yard touchdown run from D.J. Spann, who finished with 131 yards rushing.
— ZACH KEPLEY
THE THOMASVILLE TIMES
GALLASPY SPARKS STORM SURGE
SUMNER — Reggie Gallaspy rushed 33 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns as Southern Guilford downed Smith 21-14 on Friday night.
Gallaspy scored from 13 and 4 yards out for the Storm (2-3), which got a 38-yard TD pass from Quentin Mitchem to Ron Hunt.
Southern plays host to North Forsyth on Friday night.