Top Three: Pippin shines as Pack falls short

Published 5:20 pm Monday, November 22, 2021

Northside is the only Beaufort County team left as the fourth round begins Friday. The Panthers defeated Southside, while Washington lost in Elizabeth City to undefeated Northeastern. These are the top individual performances from those games.

 

  1. Hayes Pippin-Washington’s senior quarterback ended his high school career with 364 total yards in the Pam Pack’s 57-47 loss to Northeastern. He completed 12-18 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 134 more yards on 15 carries with a pair of TD’s as the Pack finished 10-3. Pippin was named the Eastern Plains Conference player of the year last week.

 

  1. Mitch Godley-the Northside senior fullback/linebacker put the Panthers ahead of Southside 14-0 with touchdowns on the first two possessions, then helped the defense hang on for a 14-7 home victory to advance to the fourth round of the 1A state playoffs. Godley scored on runs of 10 and five yards and totaled 169 yards on 21 carries as the Panthers raised their record to 11-1. He also made nine tackles, including two for loss.

 

  1. Terry Moore-the Pam Pack senior running back/defensive back did a little of everything in the season-ending defeat in Elizabeth City. Moore ran 14 times for 80 yards and a touchdown, caught a pair of scoring passes, returned a punt 89 yards to set up another score, intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble.

 

Best of the rest: Northside: Jayvian O’Neal, Gus Vansant and Nick Roberts recorded sacks, Briley Cooper and Carson Clinkscales had interceptions and Fortino Beltran ran for 44 yards and recovered a fumble in the victory over Southside. Southside: Sophomore Tequan (Tater) Moore ran for 67 yards on nine carries, senior Keywon Campbell had 53 on 10 attempts and scored the only touchdown and classmate Kenjray Coffield totaled 44 yards on 11 carries, with six tackles including two for loss on defense. Jamie Corprew had 5.5 tackles, one for loss and Manvonte DeLoach intercepted a pass as the Seahawks finished 11-2, with both losses to Northside.

Washington: Ryan Spruil caught five passes for 123 yards and a touchdown while William Reid had four catches for 49 yards. Koby Munday led the defense with 11 tackles.