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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, October 27, 2016, Image 11

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SportsWeek Also More Stories, Religion and Classifieds October 27, 2016 Mineral Springs squeaks by Hanes middle ? t BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THF.rmtowiq P With the season coming to a close, Mineral Springs and Hanes middle schools looked to end the year on a high note. Mineral Springs won the game with a late second-half goal and held on late to win the game 1-0. The Bulldogs started off the game aggressively getting off multiple shots on goal but the Hanes goalie was up to the task and stopped them all. With the Dragon goalie out of position in the middle of the first half, William Uraga Of Mineral Springs had a great opportunity to put his team on the board first but missed the shot wide left. For the rest of the half, both teams went back and ? Photo by Timothy Ramsey Mineral Springs player Brian Salas Leres, 8, dribbles past a Hanes defender. forth trying to penetrate the others defense unsuccess fully. Hanes had a golden opportunity to take the lead right before the whistle but missed high. Head coach Ralph Pearson said after a rough season he was happy that his team played well and his team gave everything they had. 'Today I told my team we have nothing else to lose," said Pearson. "I told them we have to just go out play hard and let the final whistle determine the out come." After the break, the Dragons were first to have a good chance at breaking the 0-0 tie but once again the shot went awry. Hanes forward Cedric Webster had a breakaway chance at goal but it was saved by the See Squeaks on B2 JV FOOTBALL N. Forsyth Asheboro in overtime BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The Vikings of North Forsyth seemed to have a victory in hand during the final minutes of their game against Asheboro. With a six point lead with under three minutes on the clock they only had to stop the Blue Comets offense one last time to achieve victory. Asheboro not only tied the game with seconds left on the clock they won the game outright after going into overtime. Asheboro received the opening kickoff and initially was driving deep into Viking territory until quarterback Jamel Carl was intercepted by comerback Semaj Transou. North Forsyth puts together a productive drive of their own all the way into the Blue Comet redzone. Viking quarterback Richard Ryce connected with Brandon Davis put North Forsyth up 6-0. The Blue Comets came right back on their next possession and scored a touch down of their own. Carl atoned for his earlier interception and hit his receiver down the sideline for the tying score. North Forsyth looked to go back on top later in the quarter as they drove deep into Blue Comet territory once again but this time failed to convert. With their offense still clicking, Asheboro attempted to put points on the board before the half but was intercepted once again. As the end of the Brst half neared the Vikings had a golden opportunity to take the lead back. An intentional grounding call pulled them out of the red zone and See Falls on B2 Viking running back Semaj Transou breaks free for a big gain against Ashtboro last Thursday. iEIIEriro Photos by Timothy Ramsey Viking cornerback Darius Williams defends against the Blue Comet receiver as he attempts to catch pass. JV PREVIEW 11?? ak to bouncf back from lp^e| j BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The High Point Central Bison are 0*8 on the sea son and will try for their first victory of the year ?j when they take on the Bobcats of Glenn high school tonight. The Bobcats are looking to approve on their 2-6 I record. They were defeated by Northwest Guilford last week by the score of 20-8. j Glenn head coach Stephen Herring says they have been getting better offensively even though their record may not reflect as such. "We have gotten little bit better every game but we just need to make sure we stop shooting our selves in the foot offensively," Herring said. "We have to put some points up on the board to help our defense out because our defense has been pretty con sistent and steady throughout." See Bounce back on B2 - Photo by Timothy Ramsey V The offense and ' defense of Glenn match up in practice last

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