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Reynolds High School quarterback Rico Dowdle runs for a touchdown in the first quarter at Owen High School Friday evening.

Reynolds High School quarterback Rico Dowdle runs for a touchdown in the first quarter at Owen High School Friday evening.

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MOUNTAIN HERITAGE 26, NORTH BUNCOMBE 7

WEAVERVILLE – Sophomore quarterback Trey Robinson had 281 yards of total offense and scored two touchdowns to lead the Cougars (2-1) to an impressive nonconference victory.

Robinson, the son of coach Joey Robinson, rushed 20 times for 186 yards, including scoring runs of 1 and 5 yards. He also completed 6-of-10 passes for 95 yards.

The Cougars finished with 298 yards rushing.

Chase Parker completed 20-of-36 passes for 197 yards for the Black Hawks (2-1), including a 50-yard touchdown to Peter Simonvich.

North Buncombe receiver Ricky Thrash had 11 catches for 65 yards.

Mountain Heritage 8 | 0 | 12 | 6 — 26
North Buncombe 0 | 7 | 0 | 0 — 7

First Quarter

MH-Britt Burleson 8 run (Austin Randolph run), 8:19

Second Quarter

NB-Peter Simonvich 50 pass from Chase Parker (Tommy Apostolopoulos kick), 11:04

Third Quarter

MH-Trey Robinson 5 run (pass failed), 5:25

MH-Robinson 1 run (pass failed), 1:01

Fourth Quarter

MH-Dathan Robinson 9 run (run failed), 5:31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Mountain Heritage: Britt Burelson 12-49; Cole Burleson 4- (-)1; Trey Robinson 20-186; Austin Randolph 1-2; Dathan Robinson 12-62; North Buncombe: Chase Parker 7-24; Colby Maltry 7-33; Nick Lisenbee 6-7.

PASSING—Mtn. Heritage: Trey Robinson 6-10-95; North Buncombe: Parker 20-36-3-197.

RECEIVING—Mtn. Heritage: A.J. Hensley 1-25; Britt Burelson 1-11; Austin Randolph 2-41; Dathan Robinson 1-9; Cole Burleson 1-9. North Buncombe: Maltry 2-13; Ricky Thrash 11-65; Peter Simonovich 2-61; Blake Matthews 2-39; Austin Davis 3-19.

Heritage defense stands tall

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E. RUTHERFORD 17, ROBERSON 13

FOREST CITY – Kam Garrison’s 3-yard touchdown run with three minutes left clinched the win for East Rutherford.

The Cavaliers (2-1) had taken a 10-7 lead at halftime on Jarvis Hutchins’ 50-yard TD interception return 12 seconds before intermission. Garrison’s score increased East’s advantage to 17-7.

Eric Robinson connected with Hassan Madani on a 55-yard scoring strike to pull the Rams (1-2) within four points, but only 7.5 seconds remained.

Dez Moorman’s 10-yard TD run in the first quarter provided the Rams (1-2) with a 7-0 lead.

Roberson 7 | 0 | 0 | 6 — 13
East Rutherford 3 | 7 | 0 | 7 — 17

First Quarter

TCR-Dez Moorman 10 run (Cooper Graham), 5:00

ER-Austin Roderick FG, 1:00

Second Quarter

ER-Jarvis Hutchins 50 interception return (Roderick kick), 0:12

Fourth Quarter

ER-Kam Garrison 3 run, 3:00

TCR-Hassan Madani 55 pass from Eric Robinson (kick failed), 0:7.5

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SWAIN COUNTY 28, NORTH HENDERSON 21

HENDERSONVILLE – Jordan Cody and Trent Wright accounted for two touchdowns each to lead the Maroon Devils and hand the Knights their first loss.

Cody had a 66-yard touchdown run on offense and returned an interception 33 yards for another score for Swain (2-1).

He finished with 128 yards rushing on 16 carries and also caught five passes for 43 yards.

Wright scored on a 1-yard run and also passed 24 yards for a TD to Angel Bowers. Wright completed 7-of-11 passes for 71 yards and also ran for 42 yards.

Trevor Craft had 140 yards of offense for North Henderson (2-1). He completed 5-of-14 passes for 61 yards, including scoring passes of 8 and 32 yards to Ashton Woodbring.

Swain County 6 | 0 | 15 | 7 — 28
North Henderson 0 | 7 | 7 | 7 — 21

First Quarter

S-Jordan Cody 33 int return (run failed), 1:25

Second Quarter

NH-Ashton Woodbring 8 pass from Trevor Craft (Craft kick), 7:14

Third Quarter

S-Cody 66 run (pass good), 11:18

NH-Jacob Garrett 45 fumble return (Craft kick), 9:09

S-Angel Bowers 24 pass from Trent Wright (Cooper Reinert kick), 4;14

Fourth Quarter

S-Wright 1 run (Reinert kick), 7:57

NH-Woodbring 32 pass from Craft (Craft kick) 6:04

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Swain: Cody 16-128; Derek Fortner 13-54; Wright 14-42; Chris Miller 1-21; North Henderson: Craft 17-79; Austin Vanhoy 1-6; JHacob Garrett 2-5. Colby Thomas 2-0.

PASSING—Swain: Wright 7-11-71-2. North Henderson: Craft 5-14-61.

RECEIVING—Swain: Cody 5-43; Bowers 1-24; Bryer Younce 1-4. North Henderson: Woodbring 3-53.

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OOLTEWAH (TENN.) 48, ERWIN 7

ASHEVILLE – Cameron Turner ran for four touchdowns and Rashun Freeman scored three times to spark Ooltewah (Tenn.).

The Owls (2-1) scored all of their points in the first half on four short runs by Turner and an all-around performance by Freeman, who contributed two interception returns for touchdowns and a 1-yard plunge into the end zone.

C.J. Thompson scored from 5 yards out in the final period as the Warriors (1-2) averted the shutout.

Damien Ferguson led Erwin by completing 22-of-36 passes for 208 yards.

Ooltewah 27 | 21 | 0 | 0 — 48
Erwin 0 | 0 | 0 | 7 — 7

First Quarter

O-Rashun Freeman 1 run (Alexander Toser kick), 7:57

O-Freeman 34 interception return (Toser kick), 7:42

O-Cameron Turner 5 run (kick failed), 3:49

O-Turner 2 run (Toser kick), 0:13

Second Quarter

O-Freeman 20 interception return (Toser kick), 10:30

O-Turner 1 run (Toser kick), 4:57

O-Turner 11 run (Toser kick), 3:03

Fourth Quarter

E-C.J. Thompson 5 run (Alejandro Banegas kick), 8:34

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Ooltewah, London Elrod 2-8, Freeman 1-1, Scottie Strickland 3-20, Turner 9-85, Collin Thurman 1(-4), Swan Parker 6-31. Erwin, Damien Ferguson 8-(-26), Quintin Smith 9-7, Isaiah Poore 5-9, Thompson 1-5.

PASSING—Ooltewah, Elrod 7-17-0-128, Thurman 2-4-0-18. Erwin, Ferguson 22-36-2-208.

RECEIVING—Ooltewah, Ethan Wells 1-26, Corey Heard 3-24, K. Jones 3-34, Strickland 1-3, Payton Oliver 1-59. Erwin, Kealin Goode 3-26, Smith 3-26, Chase Austin 9-85, Thompson 5-30, Brelan Dawkins 1-21, Tavon Tinsley 1-20.

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CHRIST SCHOOL 49, TRINITY ACADEMY 6

ARDEN – Drew Johnson led Christ School (2-1) to a resounding win over Trinity Academy (1-2) with 344 yards on 17-for-23 passing with four passing touchdowns.

Johnson connected with four different receivers for TDs, including Jared Letman-Gash who had 101 yards receiving on three passes.

Kokayi Cobb added 30 yards rushing on three carries with a rushing TD and 50 yard punt return.

Trinity Academy 0 | 6 | 0 | 0 — 6
Christ School 14 | 14 | 19 |  2 — 49

First Quarter

C-Kevin Snyder 42 pass from Drew Johnson (Will Goosmann kick), 8:29

C-Kokayi Cobb 20 run (Goosman kick), 2:21

Second Quarter

T-Jake Kerns 1 run (kick failed), 5:49

C-Snyder 95 kickoff return (Goosman kick), 5:34

C-Jared Letman-Gash 76 pass from Johnson (Goosman kick), 1:14

Third Quarter

C-Tyler Redmond 9 pass from Johnson (Goosman kick), 7:32

C-Cobb 50 punt return (kick failed), 5:59

C- Zach Ayotte 90 pass from Johnson (kick failed), 1:50

Fourth Quarter

C- Safety, tackle in endzone, 0:00

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—CS: Cobb 3-30, Trinity: Kerns 19-97.

PASSING—CS: Johnson 17-23-344. Trinity: Grayson Vaughn 4-17-1-29.

RECEIVING—CS: Letman-Gash 3-101. Trinty: Kobie Means 3-24.

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McDOWELL 35, TUSCOLA 20

WAYNESVILLE – Quarterback Casey Ray had a career night to lead the Titans.

Ray finished with 364 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns for McDowell (2-1).

He completed 21-of-26 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns on throws of 30 and 7 yards to Tyler Banks.

Ray also rushed 8 times for 90 yards, including runs of 12 and 11 yards in the fourth quarter.

Ray, Titans score big win in Waynesville

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DADE COUNTY 20, ROBBINSVILLE 6

TRENTON, Ga. – Zak Freeman led Dade County (2-0) to a hard-fought win over Robbinsville (1-2) with 145 yards rushing on 10 carries and 46 yard touchdown run.

Robbinsville failed to take the lead early in the fourth quarter when a 2-point conversion failed after Reece Postell scored on a 12 yard pass from Colton Millsaps.

Millsaps finished the game with 79 yards on 9-for-23 passing with one interception and one TD.

Robbinsville 0 | 0 | 0 | 6 — 6
Dade County 0 | 0 | 7  | 13 — 20

Third Quarter

D-Damien Pickering 1 run (Dan Hall kick), 5:22

Fourth Quarter

R-Reece Postell 12 pass from Colton Millsaps (run failed), 9:39

D- DQ Cole 51 pass from Houston Poston (kick failed), 8:38

D-Zak Freeman 46 run (hall kick), 5:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Dade: Freeman 10-145, Pickering 11-50. Robbinsville: Colby Hemphill 21-90, Ian Wiggins 24-67.

PASSING—Dade: Poston 3-5-57. Robbinsville: Millsaps 9-23-1-79.

RECEIVING—Dade: Cole 1-51. Robbinsville: Chandler Jumper 3-27, Postell 2-23, Kyler Brooks 2-21.

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CHOCTAW CENT. 21, CHEROKEE 20

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. – Bryce Billie ran for two touchdowns and passed for the deciding score as Choctaw Central won the “Battle of the Nations” game.

The Warriors (1-2) took the lead on Billie’s 31-yard strike to Jeremiah Robinson and the PAT by Brandis Johnson with 2:16 left in the game.

Tye Mintz’s 100-yard interception return had given the Braves (1-2) a 20-14 lead 25 seconds into the fourth quarter.

Cherokee reached the Choctaw 36-yard line at game’s end before fumbling.

Mintz and Isaiah Evans scored on 4-yard TD runs for Cherokee in the first half.

Billie had a pair of 4-yard scoring runs in the first half.

Cherokee 6 | 0 | 8 | 6 — 20
Choctaw Central 14 | 0 | 0 | 7 — 21

First Quarter

CC-Bryce Billie 4 run (Brandis Johnson kick), 10:14

Cher-Isaiah Evans 4 run (kick failed), 5:41

CC-Billie 4 run (Johnson kick), 0:55

Third Quarter

Cher-Tye Mintz 4 run (Holden Strong pass from Mintz), 6:06

Fourth Quarter

Cher-Mintz 100 interception return (kick failed), 11:35

CC-Jermiah Robinson 31 pass from Billie (Johnson kick), 2:16

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ROSMAN 37, MADISON 7

MARSHALL – Tanner Green scored the first three touchdowns for Rosman (3-0) to lead them to a victory over Madison (0-3).

Green finshed the game 176 yards rushing on eight carries and 27 yards receiving on one catch with four TDs.

Gage Orr threw for 27 yards and a TD, had 136 yards rushing on 13 carries and added 27 yards receiving with two TDs.

Rosman 12 | 18 | 7 |  0 — 37
Madison 0 | 0 | 0 | 7 — 7

First Quarter

R-Tanner Green 27 pass from Gage Orr (kick failed), 5:28

R-Tanner Green 32 run (kick failed), 4:56

Second Quarter

R-Tanner Green 25 run (kick failed), 8:54

R-Gage Orr 50 run (kick failed), 4:25

R- Gage Orr 7 pass from Neil Tesnow (kick failed), :40

Third Quarter

R-Tanner Green 73 run (Manny Suarez kick), 6:28

Fourth Quarter

M-Austin Payne 32 pass from Jordan Baker (Brent Turner kick), 3:59

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Madison: Mason Edwards 9-2, Junior Denton 4-12, Travis Hollifield 3-28, Derrick Gonzalez 12-53. Rosman: Orr 13-136, Ethan Shook 6-19, Green 8-176, Tesno 12-79, Jonathon Holiday 7-28, Tanner Whitman 2-15.

PASSING—Madison: Baker 6-11-2-74. Rosman: Tesno 3-3-35, Orr 1-1-27.

RECEIVING—Madison: Travis Hollifield 2-11, Payne 4-63. Rosman: Greene 1-27, Orr 3-35.

Undefeated Mitchell, Rosman keep rolling

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WATAUGA 34, AVERY CO. 13

NEWLAND – Evan Suggs ran for 211 yards and two touchdowns as Watauga exploded to the rivlary win.

The Pioneers (3-0) scored all of their points within the opening 18:38, sparked by Suggs’ first-quarter scores covering 4 and 79 yards.

Corey West added a pair of TDs on a 59-yard pass from Aaron Dobbins and a 25-yard run.

The Vikings (0-3) broke through on Cameron Smith’s 1-yard TD plunge just before halftime and a 29-yard third-quarter scoring pass from Luke Crowe to Brett Smith.

Watauga 13 | 21 | 0 | 0 — 34
Avery County 0 | 7 | 6 | 0 — 13

First Quarter

W-Evan Suggs 4 run (kick failed), 5:06

W-Suggs 79 run (Ryan Critcher kick), 2:48

Second Quarter

W-Corey West 59 pass from Aaron Dobbins (Critcher kick), 11:48

W-West 25 run (Critcher kick), 9:25

W-Hamilton Castle 7 pass from Dobbins (Critcher kick), 5:22

A-Cameron Smith 1 run (Steven Sanchez kick), 0:11

Third Quarter

A-Brett Smith 29 pass from Luke Crowe (kick failed), 6:30

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Watauga, Suggs 13-211, West 8-68. Avery, Christian Hicks 10-26, Crowe 9-23, C. Smith 8-10.

PASSING—Watauga, Dobbins 16-27-1-205. Avery, Crowe 12-23-0-104.

RECEIVING—Watauga, West 7-112, Critcher 4-37. Avery, Chandler Stansberry 4-31, B. Smith 3-59, Brent Hammer 2-4, Levi McIntosh 1-10, C. Smith 1-3, Hicks 1-(-3).

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MITCHELL 49, ANDREWS 0

LEDGER – The Mountaineers got touchdowns from seven players and their defense limited Andrews to 88 yards to improve to 3-0.

Sophomore quarterback Ben Young directed a balanced offense that gained 171 yards passing and 157 yards on the ground.

Young completed 14-of-17 passes for 171 yards and two scores.

Dillan Ward rushed for 27 yards for Andrews (2-1).

Andrews 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 — 0
Mitchell 0 | 21  | 21 | 7 — 49

Second Quarter

M-Tre Carson 34 pass from Ben Young (Ben Bonner kick), 5:57

M-Duncan Solmon blocked punt return (Bonner kick), 4:12

M-Alex McKinney 14 pass from Young (Bonner kick), 1:14

Third Quarter

M-Dalton Beaver 20 run (Bonner kick), 9:03

M-Jake Robinson 1 run (Bonner kick), 5:18

M-Cy Thomas 3 run (Bonner kick), 1:15

Fourth Quarter

M-Ben Robinson 31 run (Bonner kick), 9:52

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Andrews: Dillan Ward 16-37; Jonah Craig 2-14, Taylor partker 10-20. Mitchell: Ben Robinson 4-49; Dalton Thomas 7-45; Cy Thomas 6-42; Landon Miller 3-14.

PASSING—Andrews: Parker 3-6-17; Dillan Phillips 3-6-21. Mitchell: Ben Young 14-17-171.

RECEIVING—Andrews: Tyler Rose 2-12; Cameron Debty 2-8. Mitchell: Tre Carson 6-71; Justin Greene 5-28.

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MURPHY 43, CAROLINA WILDCATS 8

MURPHY – Kadrian McRae carried nine times for 112 yards and three touchdowns to pace Murphy.

The Bulldogs (2-1) scored all of their points in the first half with McRae scoring on runs of 3, 1 and 22 yards. He also rushed for a two-point conversion.

Ozzy Corrales (6-yard run) and Joey Curry (14-yard run) also scored, while Dalton Kent hit Anthony Conners with a 50-yard scoring strike.

The Carolina Wildcats (Pickens, S.C.) scored in the final period on a 21-yard run by Jeff Humphries.

Carolina Wildcats 0 | 0 | 0 | 8 — 8
Murphy 14 | 29 | 0 | 0 — 43

First Quarter

M-Kadrian McRae 3 run (kick failed), 9:48

M-McRae 1 run (McRae run), 4:22

Second Quarter

M-Ozzy Corrales 6 run (Joey Helton kick), 11:56

M-Joey Curry 14 run (Helton kick), 7:13

M-Anthony Conners 50 pass from Dalton Kent (Helton kick), 2:54

M-McRae 22 run (Corrales run), 1:03

Fourth Quarter

CW-Jeff Humphries 21 run (C.J. Parsons run), 10:10

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—CW, Humphries 14-66. Murphy, McRae 9-112, Curry 5-47, Colby Hensley 7-37, Corrales 5-23, Chase Roberts 5-23, Austin Rich 1-5, Naeem Ahmed 3-4.

PASSING—CW, Parsons 7-8-0-76. Murphy, Kent 4-6-1-101, Curry 1-1-0-15.

RECEIVING—CW, Anthony Owens 1-35, Trey Bowie 3-3. Murphy, Bryce Clapsaddle 2-39, Conners 1-50, Matthew Lovingood 1-15, Tanner Creelman 1-12.

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HENDERSONVILLE 42, EAST HENDERSON 8

EAST FLAT ROCK – Quarterback Michael Schmidt led the Bearcats to their first win of the season.

Schmidt had 390 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns for Hendersonville (1-2).

He completed 20-of-33 passes for 295 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for 95 yards and a score from 3 yards out.

Leon Cooks rushed for 148 yards for the Bearcats, and Michael Cook caught 7 passes for 101 yards.

Cole Revis ran 14 times for 57 yards for East Henderson (0-3), which got a 94-yard kickoff return for a score from Nykeem Brooks.

Hendersonville 15 | 14 | 7 | 6 — 42
East Henderson 0 | 8 | 0 | 0 — 8

First Quarter

H-Michael Schmidt 3 run (run failed), 10:18

H-Tykel Landrum 62 pass from Schmidt (Drew Eudy kick), 6:30

H-Safety, tackle in endzone, 4:16

Second Quarter

H-Quintin Wright 10 pass from Schmidt (Eudy kick), 5:11

E-Nykeem Brooks 94 kickoff return (Cole Revis run), 4:49

H-Michael Cook 18 pass from Schmidt (Eudy kick), :31

Third Quarter

H- Leon Cooks 18 run (Eudy kick), 5:02

Fourth Quarter

H-Eudy 35 FG, 10:09

H-Eudy 38 FG, 3:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Hendersonville: Cooks 18-148, Schmidt 16-95. East: Revis 14-57, Kyle Frady 3-32.

PASSING—Hendersonville:Schmidt 20-33-1-295. East: Trace Goldsmith 2-13-1-44, Frady 2-13-3-12.

RECEIVING—Hendersonville:Landrum 5-116, Wright 5-45, Cook 7-101. East: Josh Glynn 2-45, Nick Lyons 2-11.

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GAME COVERAGE

REYNOLDS 49, OWEN 7

Owen 0 | 0 | 0 | 7 — 7
Reynolds 14 | 21 | 7 | 7 — 49

First Quarter

R-Rico Dowdle 14 run (River Naisang kick), 7:00

R-Shaquan Jones 42 run (Naisang kick), 4:23

Second Quarter

R-AJ Logan 6 run (Naisang kick), 11:34

R-Dowdle 9 run (Naisang kick), 8:48

R-Dowdle 13 run (Naisang kick), 6:43

Third Quarter

R-Eunique Waters 8 pass from Dowdle (Naisang kick), 3:40

Fourth Quarter

O-Colby Maloney 8 pass from Demarcus Harper (Jacob Robinson kick), 10:20

R-Darien Caldwell 7 run (Noah Everhardt kick), 7:55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Reynolds, Logan 14-117, Dowdle 7-77, Caldwell 3-35, Jones 3-58. Owen, Sidney Gibbs 14-69, Cyrus Hooper 9-64.

PASSING—Reynolds, Dowdle 7-9-0-43. Owen, Harper 9-18-0-144.

RECEIVING—Reynolds, Andrew Moore 2-13, Gil Talbert 2-16, Waters 2-8, Logan 1-1. Owen, Hooper 2-31, Bricen Fowler 4-75, Gibbs 1-5, Thomas Hughey 1-15, Maloney 1-8.

Records: Reynolds 2-1, Owen 0-3.

READ FULL GAME COVERAGE HERE.

Reynolds comes back for convincing win at Owen

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SMOKY MTN. 28, ENKA 21

Enka 7 | 0 | 7 |  7 — 21
Smoky Mountain 7 | 7 | 0 | 14 — 28

First Quarter

SM-Matthew Ridley 3 run (Devin Macke kick), 9:47

E-Michael Cantrell 2 run (Paul Arambula kick), 3:09

Second Quarter

SM-Carson Shuler 5 run (Macke kick), 2:21

Third Quarter

E-Jason Fabio 11 run (Arambula kick), 6:23

Fourth Quarter

SM-Cole Hooper 10 run (Macke kick), 11:53

E-Cantrell 15 run (Arambula kick), 10:20

SM-Hooper 1 run (Macke kick), 4:02

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Enka, Cantrell 24-120, Fabio 14-35, Bryson Buckner 2-8, Mike Sampson 1-(-3), Donyelle Gaines 1-(-2). Smoky Mtn., Shuler 19-102, Zack Beck 10-97, Ridley 9-26, Eli Cole 4-26, Connor Moore 1-10, Hooper 6-8, Carlos Pantoja 2-4.

PASSING—Enka, Fabio 8-19-0-126, Cantrell 0-1-0-0. Smoky Mtn., Hooper 2-8-0-57.

RECEIVING—Enka, Chase Bennett 4-64, Sayquan Bethea 3-52, Cantrell 1-10. Smoky Mtn., Joyce Wolfe 1-41, Kevin Allred 1-16.

Records: Enka 1-2, Smoky Mtn. 2-1.

Smoky Mountain gets monumental win over Enka

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ASHEVILLE HIGH 27, PISGAH 9

Pisgah 0 9 0 0 — 9 
Asheville High 12 8 7 0 — 27

First Quarter

AHS-Shamauri Shivers 11 pass from Devon Davidson (kick failed), 5:05

AHS-Isaiah Drummond 11 pass from Davidson (kick failed), 1:04

Second Quarter

P-Jordan Jones 34 pass from Houston Rogers (kick failed), 9:52

P-Tanner Fox 36 FG, 7:54

AHS-Davidson 3 run (Reggie Battle run), 2:09

Third Quarter

AHS-Battle 5 run (Davis Brooks kick), 9:59

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Pisgah, Daniel Van Vaerenbergh 23-68, Rogers 3-13, Michael Parrott 2-9, Jones 1-6. AHS, Battle 28-122, Christain Green 4-48, Davidson 3-10, Aquila Smith 3-9, Neil Hutchins 1-7.

PASSING—Pisgah, Rogers 11-18-1-131. AHS, Davidson 6-9-2-114.

RECEIVING—Pisgah, Jones 2-47, Jesse Martinez 3-36, Trey Morgan 3-25, Parrott 3-23. AHS, Drummond 2-38, Makaius Brewer 1-38, Smith 1-25, Shivers 1-11, Hutchins 1-2.

Records: Pisgah2-1, AHS 3-0.

READ FULL GAME COVERAGE HERE.

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