North Carolina's Cameron Dollar sets national record with seven receiving TDs in first half

North Carolina's Cameron Dollar sets national record with seven receiving TDs in first half

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North Carolina's Cameron Dollar sets national record with seven receiving TDs in first half

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Cameron Dollar (Photo: 247 Sports)

Cameron Dollar (Photo: 247 Sports)

Cameron Dollar, a wide receiver at East Lincoln (Denver, N.C.) set a national record Friday with seven touchdowns in the first half — seven.

According to The Charlotte Observer, Dollar’s seven receiving touchdowns in a game is No. 2 in history, but the seven in a half is a national mark.

The seven receiving TDs also break the North Carolina record of six set by Mario Raley of Independence High (Charlotte). You can see the scoring plays in the video directly below, starting at the 34 second mark.

Dollar, a Charlotte commit, got those TDs on nine receptions overall for 299 yards in a 69-0 win against Christ The King. The receiving yardage is No. 5 in state history.

Marcus Graham threw all seven TDs passes, which is tied for third in North Carolina public school history. He was 9-for-10 passing in the game for 299 yards — all to Dollar.

 

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