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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, September 24, 2015, Page B2, Image 12

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Photo* by Craig T. Gmakt Eagles running bock Joelon Currence-Daniels (12) battles for yardage against Pierce Alston of the Raiders. Flurry from pageBT from tying the game and possibly forcing overtime. The Raiders attempted an on-sides kick, but failed to recover and East Forsyth took over near midfield. On the next play, Maxie took the handoff. slipped two tackles, then raced down the right sideline on a game-clinching 47-yard touchdown run. It was his third score of the night. The Eagles, who led 26-12 at the half, added an exclamation point to the victory when DJ. Hodge intercepted a Raiders pass on the last play of the game. Maxie produced some crowd-pleasing runs, the most memorable came in the third quarter from 38 yards out. He started out toward the left sideline, but made a sharp cut near the hash-mark. He sidestepped one defender, did a spin move to escape another tackier and outran the rest of the defense to score standing up. The Eagles didn't have to rely solely on Maxie's input. Childs and Barrett proved to be difficult to contain as pass receivers and on kick returns. Childs stunned the Raiders with an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown in the first half. Carter, who played run ning back, quarterback and linebacker, provided the bulk the offensive fire works for Reagan. Aside from his fumble recovery for six points. Carter scored on a short run and he caught a screen pass, which he tufned into a 43-yard touchdown. East Forsyth and Reagan were originally scheduled to play on Sept. 3 (Thursday). The game, however, was postponed because of thunderstorms and rescheduled for the fol lowing Monday. As a result, both teams had to double up on that week with a second game, which was played three days later on Sept. 17. The Eagles hosted Greensboro Grimsley and the Raiders squared traveled to play Greensboro Page. Hortom Reagan's Jarod Sullivan (9) signals possession after recovering an East Forsyth fumble. Whips from page BI answer with a score, but John Saunders' pass was picked off by Titans defen sive back KeAndre Buyna to end that threat. Three plays later. Latham hooked with Kallai Buyna again, this time for a 25-yard touchdown, and West Forsyth extended its lead to 29-18 at the half. High Point Central (3 1) managed to stay in con tention with much help from its passing attack. The Titans went up 36-18 on Latham's 29-yard scoring pass to Davis Latham. But the Bison responded and trimmed the deficit to two touchdowns (36-24) on Saunders' 12-yard touch down pass to Trent Westray. The Titans added one more score early in the fourth quarter on Mack Duke's 40-yard touchdown run. High Point Central closed the gap to 13 points on Isaiah Bagley's 34-yard touchdown reception. The Bison got the ball back on the ensuing kickoff by recovering an on-sides kick near midfield. With a little over five minutes remaining, the Titans clinched the victory wen Stephen McBride inter cepted a Saunders pass to end that drive. "I keep telling our defense that if we can get stops and have a lot of three-and-outs. we'll win ball games," said Eure. "We have a strong offense that's operating on all cylinders. I don't get nerv ous when our offense has the ball because we have so many different weapons to work with." Drew Latham finished the game with three touch down passes (two to Kallai Buyna) and Duke rushed for two scores. Multi-pur pose back Kenyar McPhatter produced the Titans' first score of the game on a one-yard run For the Bison. Saunders passed for four touchdowns and Bagley ran for a score and had two touchdown receptions. I 11^? If??I Photos by Craig T Omsk* West Forsyth's defense stuffs the run and strips the ball from High Point Central's Isaac Bagley (24 in white). Clifton Mack (bottom) gets ready to recover the fumble for the Titans. Thursday, Sept. 24 Southern Guilford @ North Forsyth, 7 p.m. Mount Tabor @ Reagan, 6 p.m. Parkland @ West Forsyth, 6 p.m. East Forsyth @ Greensboro Page, 7 p.m. Davie County @ Reynolds, 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28 * Carver @ North Forsyth, 7 p.m. * Rescheduled from Sept. 10 game, which was postponed because of thunderstorms. Have a Story Idea? Let us Know msQmkromcleam \ West Forsyth wide-out Jamon Brown (5) catches a pass against High Point Central's Cobb Sella. - ~ '-mz ? V.:

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