• 41°

West Stokes-North Rowan stat box

West Stokes                  0     0    7    0  — 7

North Rowan               14    3     0    15 —  32

First Quarter

NR — Deandre Gray 20 pass from Smith (Young kick) 9:48 1st

NR — Dubose 25 fumble return (Young kick) 2:30 1st

Second Quarter

NR — Young 23 field goal 0:12 2nd

Third Quarter

WS — Wilkins 21 pass from Fulk (Ellis kick) 8:36 3rd

Fourth Quarter

NR — Deandre Gray 14 pass from Smith (Young kick) 10:05 4th

NR — Jones 69 run (Cuthbertson run) 4:17 4th

                                                               WS        NR

First downs                                               8              17

Rushing yards                                       31 – (- 3)  25-145

Passing yards                                         108          191

Comp-Att-Int                                    8-19-1       16-27-1

Punts                                                   8-37.4      6-26.3

Fumbles-Lost                                        4-1        3-0

Penalties-Yards                                    4-37       7-55

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — West Stokes: Hairston 10-15, Grubb 5-15, Smith 1-10, Stokes 7-7, Fulk 8 – (minus 50).   North Rowan: Jones 2-70, Webster 7-41, Smith 13-25, Perry 2-9, Desmond Gray 1-0.

PASSING — West Stokes: Fulk 8-19-1, 108  North Rowan: Smith 16-27-1, 191

RECEIVING —West Stokes: Wilkins 2-29, Hairston 2-35, Clodfelter 1-21, Beckner 2-13, Grubb 1-0.    North Rowan: Desmond Gray 8-85, Deandre Gray 5-65, Hoosier 1-17, Webster 1-14, Jones 1-10.

 

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