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Boxscore: East Forsyth 49, Davie County 35

Eagles 49, War Eagles 35

Davie County       7      7      7    14 – 35
East Forsyth        7    20   16      6 – 49

First Quarter
D — Carney 2 run (Moure kick), 3:12.
EF — Smith 13 run (Conrad kick), 1:02.
Second Quarter
EF — Smith 3 run (Conrad kick), 9:35.
D — Carney 1 run (Moure kick), 6:42.
EF — Warren 19 run (Conrad kick), 3:54.
EF — Warren 27 pass from Lyles (kick blocked), :14.
Third Quarter
EF — Warren 98 kickoff return (Lyles run), 11:43.
D — Carney 11 run (Moure kick), 9:51.
ER — Chaplin 8 run (Smith run), 1:27.
Fourth Quarter
D — Carney 1 run (Moure kick), 10:23.
D — Carney 1 run (Moure kick), 4:05.
EF — Smith 25 run (run fail), 1:57.

                              TEAM STATISTICS
                                          DC      EF
First downs                        27       29
Rushes-yards            51-266       53-455
Passing yards                  130       92
C-A-I                          13-27-1       6-12-0
Punts                              4-34       3-29
Fumbles-lost                  0-0       1-1
Penalties                    11-100       13-117
3rd conv.                   5-of-11       7-of-12

                    INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING — Davie County: Carney 29-195, Lyerly 13-54, Hampton 7-15, Robinson 2-2; East Forsyth: Smith 17-167, Chaplin 17-133, Ty’Shaun Lyles 9-70, Warren 2-37, Ritchens 4-37, Brown 4-11.
PASSING —Davie County: Hampton 13-27-1-130; East Forsyth: Lyles 5-10-0-92; Raynor 1-2-0-0.
RECEIVING — Davie County: Carney 7-71, Reynolds 4-50, Hudson 2-7; East Forsyth: Warren 2-46, Conway 1-36, Smith 1-14, Chaplin 1-0, Lindsay 1-(-4).

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