Top Three: Moore leads the way in record-setting night for WHS offense
Published 5:08 pm Monday, November 8, 2021
The 2021 Pam Pack is officially the highest scoring offense in school history with 507, after Friday’s 63-36 first-round home playoff victory over South Columbus. Southside won big, 48-0, over South Creek to advance in the 1A playoffs. Northside had a first round bye.
- Terry Moore-the senior tailback exploded for 206 yards on 17 carries, including scoring runs of 38, 49 and seven yards and returned a punt 60 yards for another score in the playoff victory. He has scored 202 of the Pack’s record-setting 506 points on 33 touchdowns and four two-point conversions.
- Hayes Pippin-Washington’s senior quarterback continued his recent hot streak by completing 10 of his 15 passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns and running nine times for 104 yards and scoring on runs of one, three and 18 yards. He’s completed 75 percent of his passes with 17 touchdowns against five interceptions.
- Keywon Campbell-the Southside senior fullback only carried the ball four times in the Seahawks 48-0 rout of South Creek, but he gained 132 yards, 55 of them on a touchdown run. Campbell is also an effective blocker and is a major part of a rushing offense that averages 311 yards a game.
Best of the Rest: Southside: junior Manvonte Deloach caught a 77-yard scoring pass from running back Tequan (Tater) Moore early in the South Creak game, then picked off a Cougar pass and returned it 71 yards for a touchdown. Moore also had 33 yards rushing and returned a punt 22 yards for 132 total yards on the night. Senior Kenjray Coffield had three carries for 46 yards, including a 39-yard scoring run and caught a 61-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Walker Hill. Jamie Corprew ran for 70 yards, including touchdown jaunts of 22 and 28 yards. The defense held South Creek to 160 total yards, recovered two fumbles and picked off two passes to record their fourth shutout. Senior James Main led with eight tackles, including 3.5 for loss. Xavier Ham and Tequan Moore also had tackles for loss.
Washington: Senior Ryan Spruil caught four passes, including one for a touchdown, intercepted a pass and recorded a tackle for loss in the Pam Pack’s win over South Columbus. Johnathan Richardson ran for 88 yards and recorded five tackles on defense. Christian Norman caught a 40-yard scoring pass and Ridge Zerniak was 8-8 on extra points. Austin Waters led the defense with eight tackles, while Dawson Mitchell had six, including one for loss. Two of Kevin Moore’s three tackles were for loss and Chris Carter intercepted a pass.
Washington (9-2) travels to Burlington Cummings (9-1-1) in the 2A second round, while Southside (10-1) hosts KIPP Pride Charter (6-3) of Gaston. Northside (10-1) starts the post-season at home against Hobbton (5-6)