Haywood scores twice in Wesleyan win
Published 2:42 am Monday, September 24, 2007
By By KEVIN TRAVIS
Bryan Haywood had a big day for North Carolina Wesleyan in Saturday’s 50-10 trouncing of Methodist College.
The former Southside High School standout scored on runs of 65 yards in the third quarter and 2 yards in the second quarter. Haywood, a starting fullback, led the Bishops with 128 yards rushing on 13 carries.
He also had one catch that went for 10 yards.
For the year, Haywood has 30 carries for 197 yards and two touchdowns, seven receptions for 47 yards and five kickoff returns for 91 yards (19.2 average).
Bishop teammate Davelle Whitney, a former teammate of Haywood’s at Southside High School, came up with his first interception of the season. Whitney also had one solo tackle, which went for a loss, and one assisted tackle. He now has a total of 7.5 tackles and the interception.
Nigel Rodgers, a former standout at Washington High School and the starting free safety for the Bishops, was not credited with any tackles. He has six tackles and one fumble recovery this season.
The Bishops (2-2, 1-0 USA South) play host to Maryville College at 1 p.m. next Saturday.
Trimane Goddard, a strong safety for the North Carolina Tar Heels, had eight tackles, including seven solo tackles, in Saturday’s 37-10 loss to No. 23 South Florida.
For the season, Goddard, a former standout at Roanoke High School, has 20 tackles and one interception.
Former Washington High School standout Jock Moore, a fullback, did not participate in the game.
The Heels (1-3, 0-1 ACC) play at Virginia Tech at noon next Saturday.
C.J. Wilson, a defensive end for the East Carolina Pirates, was credited with three tackles in Saturday’s 48-7 loss to No. 5 West Virginia.
For the season, Wilson, a former standout at Northside High School, has six tackles, including 1.5 sacks, and one forced fumble.
The Pirates (1-3, 0-1 C-USA) play at Houston next Saturday.
Jamaine Clemmons, a defensive lineman for the N.C. State Wolfpack, saw action in Saturday’s 42-20 loss to No. 15 Clemson.
Clemmons, a former standout at Williamston High School, was injured during the second half. He was not credited with any tackles.
The Wolfpack (1-3, 0-2 ACC) plays host to Louisville at 3:30 p.m. next Saturday.
Greg Palmer had four assisted tackles for the Chowan Hawks in Saturday’s 45-7 loss to Brevard College.
For the season, Palmer, a former standout at Northside High School, has five tackles.
The Hawks (1-4) play host to UNC-Pembroke at noon next Saturday.
Gerald Lawrence, a linebacker and former standout at Washington High School, did not play for Elizabeth City in Saturday’s 20-17 overtime loss to Shaw in the 10th Annual Down East Viking Football Classic.
The Vikings (0-4) play at Virginia State at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday.
Brad Roach, a starting quarterback at Catawba, and his Indians were off on Saturday.
Catawba (4-0) plays host to Mars Hill at 8 p.m. on Thursday.
For the season, Roach, a former standout at Williamston High School, is 45-of-75 (60 percent) for 739 yards. He’s thrown seven touchdowns and five interceptions. On the ground, Roach has run for 46 yards and two scores on 10 carries.