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Friday Nite Rivalries - Game of the Week 4
Southeast Guilford 21 - Southern Guilford 0
The game between Southeast Guilford versus Southern Guilford may determine the other teams playoff hopes. The winner is almost assured of making the playoffs and the loser would have to wait and see. The Southern Storm had their chances early in the game, but could not capitalize on them. The Southeast Falcons on the other hand did just enough to come away with the victory and give them a playoff spot. Derron McQuitty was the game MVP because of his TD reception and over 100 yards rushing.
Friday Nite Rivalries - Game of the Week 3
Grimsley 48 - NW Guilford 12
In a game that featured two undefeated teams somebody's 0 had to go. Grimsley made sure it wasn't theirs. The Whirlies hit on al cylinders from the onset and ran out to a 34-6 halftimes lead behind the capable arm of QB Alonzo Barnett, III 147 yards passing and 2 TD's and 1 TD rushing, and the capable legs of Jeiel Melton who again rushed for more than 100 yards and 1 TD and threw another Touchdown pass from the running back position. Grimsley defense and special teams play was stellar led by the play of Sincere Burnett who had 6 tackles including a sack and three others for a loss, a blocked punt and a pass deflection and Tamorye Thompson who had 4 Tackles a blocked punt and a fumble recovery for a TD.
For his effort Alonzo Barnett, III was named the FNR player of the week. . Grimsley looks like the team to beat in the Triad. While Northwest will try to rebound this week and keep their playoff hopes alive as they take on a tough Ragsdale team on Friday.
Friday Nite Rivalries - Game of the Week 1
Dudley 32 - Page 6
The game between Page and Dudley was moved because of the amount of rain we received. Page was supposed to host the game, but too much rain caused school officials to agree to move it to Dudley with Page still being the home team. It was the first game for both schools since the 2019 season. Both teams came out a little rusty which produced a lot of penalties and turnovers. Both teams defense was ahead of their offenses to start the game. Dudley finally used their run game to set up their new passing game which featured several big plays to break open the game as they went on to win 32-6.