Pam Pack, Seahawk players named All-Area

Published 12:59 pm Tuesday, February 22, 2022

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The Eastern North Carolina Football Coaches Association named four county players to its 1A/2A All-Area team.

The coaches recognized Southside seniors Keywon Campbell and Kenjray Coffield along with Washington seniors Terry Moore and Hayes Pippin.

Campbell, a 6’0 215 lb. linebacker/fullback helped Southside to an 11-2 record and trip to the third round of the 1A state playoffs. He led the team with 111 tackles, including 78 solo, had nine tackles for loss and intercepted a pass.

“All of us in the Seahawk community are extremely proud of Keywon for his achievements and this honor,” coach Jeff Carrow said. “He had a tremendous senior year and was our leader on defense. It’s awesome to see that our area coaches recognized his contribution.”

The coaches selected 11 offensive and 11 defensive players along with two specialists on the 1A/2A first team.

Coffield was one of seven honorable mention running backs. He led the Seahawk offense with 1,451 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns and has signed to play at Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh.

Moore and Pippin were the main cogs in the Pam Pack’s offense that set program records for yards per game, touchdowns and points.

The coaches chose Moore as one of two first-team running backs along with Wallace-Rose Hill’s Kanye Roberts, who signed with Appalachian State. He led the Pack to 10-3 record with 2,089 rushing yards and 30 touchdowns. Moore graduated early and will begin spring practice at Duke University next month.

Pippin, the only first-team quarterback chosen, completed 79 percent of his passes for 2,172 yards and 21 touchdowns and ran for 1,279 yards and 12 touchdowns.

A complete list of players chosen can be found at