Seahawks win second straight|Area wrap-up; area standings and scores

Published 7:01 pm Saturday, September 19, 2009

By Staff
Staff Reports
The Southside Seahawks won their second straight game with a convincing 34-6 win over the Columbia Wildcats on Friday night. It was the first time since the 2006 season that the Seahawks (2-2) have posted consecutive wins.
“The big thing is that we are even going into conference play next week,” Southside coach David Hines said. “It’s a seven-game season starting with Camden (on the road) next week.
“We just have to keep working and keep getting better.”
Of Southside’s five scores, three came on the first play of drives. Southside was dominating the Wildcats (1-2) so early that a continuous clock was started in the first quarter.
Quarterback Terrill Moore had a solid night running the show. The sophomore fired touchdown passes to Willie Ruffin and Bryan Dixon.
Ruffin also had one rushing touchdown, giving him seven total touchdowns for the season.
Lonnie Williams and Marcus Oneal also had rushing touchdowns for the Seahawks.
The North Pitt Panthers handed the Williamston Tigers their first loss of the season, taking a 40-13 win.
North Pitt (3-2) pulled off the shocker at home. The Tigers (3-1), last year’s state runners-up, had outscored their last two opponents 72-0.
Williamston plays at Manteo next week.
The Creswell Tigers had an easy time with the Cape Hatteras Hurricanes, rolling to a 53-0 win.
Creswell (3-0) is the lone unbeaten team in the Tideland Conference.
The Hurricanes (0-4) have been outscored 171-0 in four games.
The Tigers travel to Jamesville next Fiday night.
The Jamesville Bullets went on the road and picked up a 30-6 win over the Mattamuskeet Lakers.
It was the second straight win for Jamesville (2-1). The Lakers (1-1) suffered their first loss of the year.
Mattamuskeet visits Columbia next Friday night, while Jamesville plays host to Creswell.
Team Conf. All
West Carteret 0-0 4-0
Havelock 0-0 3-1
South Central 0-0 3-1
Washington 0-0 2-2
West Craven 0-0 2-1
White Oak 0-0 2-2
Jacksonville 0-0 2-2
D.H. Conley 0-0 0-4
Sept. 18
Goldsboro 26, Washington 14
Farmville Central 59, D.H. Conley 12
Kinston 36, Havelock 28
Jacksonville 21, Richlands 13
West Carteret 65, East Carteret 3
Sept. 21
West Craven at Eastern Wayne
Sept. 25
Jacksonville at Washington
West Craven at D.H. Conley
White Oak at Havelock
South Central at West Carteret
Team Conf. All
Manteo 0-0 3-0
Williamston 0-0 3-1
Plymouth 0-0 3-1
Southside 0-0 2-2
Northside 0-0 2-2
Roanoke 0-0 0-4
Camden 0-0 0-4
Perquimans 0-0 0-4
Sept. 18
Southside 34, Columbia 6
Northside 26, Roanoke 18
North Pitt 40, Williamston 13
Northeastern 27, Camden 7
Sept. 19
Manteo at Atlantic Shores, Va.
Sept. 25
Southside at Camden
Plymouth at Northside
Williamston at Manteo
Roanoke at Perquimans
Team Conf. All
Creswell 0-0 3-0
Jamesville 0-0 2-1
Mattamuskeet 0-0 1-1
Columbia 0-0 1-2
Cape Hatteras 0-0 0-4
Sept. 18
Creswell 53, Cape Hatteras 0
Southside 34, Columbia 6
Jamesville 30, Mattamuskeet 6
Sept. 25
Creswell at Jamesville
Mattamuskeet at Columbia
Cape Hatteras at First Flight