Monday, August 20, 2012

Lake Norman top performers - Week 1

Will Grier, Davidson Day

Patriots quarterback passed for 369 yards and four touchdowns against Harrells Christian Friday. Aside from making 26 of 37 passes, he also ran for 150 yards and a score on 13 rushes.

Tijuan Sifford, Hopewell

Quaterback passed for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans' loss to Providence. Sifford also ran for a 70-yard touchdown.

Lamarcus Smith-Kelley, Lake Norman Charter

Sophomore had a big game for Knights. He rushed for two touchdowns, including a 80-yarder, while also returning a kick for 96 yards for another score in Lake Norman Charter's 82-6 win against Community School of Davidson.

Friday's scores

(Winners in bold)

North Raleigh Christian 42 at Cannon 3
Community School of Davidson 6 at Lake Norman Charter 82
Harrells Christian 29 at Davidson Day 46
SouthLake Christian 48 at Westminster Catawba 0
St. Stephens 0 - Bandys 35
South Iredell 17 at Lake Norman 16
East Lincoln 35 at Newton-Conover 21
Fred T. Foard 16 - North Lincoln 13
Hough 14 at Independence 31
Hopewell 19 at Providence 30
Mooresville 14 at West Rowan 21

North Meck (BYE week)

This week's games

North Meck at Providence
Hopewell at East Lincoln
Myers Park at Hough
Mooresville at South Meck
North Iredell at Lake Norman
North Lincoln at Madison
Statesville at South Iredell
Bandys at Fred T. Foard
Trinity Christian at SouthLake Christian
Davidson Day at North Raleigh Christian
Lake Norman Charter at Village Christian
First Assembly at Cannon
Community School of Davidson at Cherryville


Anonymous said...

Strange that the write up of the Davidson Day game in the Harrels local newspaper has a big difference in the passing yards for the DDS QB.

"The Crusaders finished the night with 314 rushing yards, but only 57passing yards. Davidson Day, on the other hand, rushed for a total 281 yards and gained another 249 yards in the air."

Sergio Tovar said...

Thanks for the comment. That sort of a difference is definitely interesting, but I report the stats we receive. We can't be at every game, so we have to rely on those.