Jeff Linville Staff Reporter
September 28, 2013
DANBURY — Surry Central scored three times in rapid succession on the way to a lopsided 43-6 win over North Stokes.
The Vikings scored first, but the Golden Eagles had a touchdown, safety and another touchdown in just a few minutes time for a 16-6 lead.
On the opening kickoff, the Eagles muffed the ball and gave the Vikings a short field, said Coach Monty Southern. North Stokes scored for a 6-0 lead.
Then on the ensuing kickoff, Reid Stanley returned the ball all the way for a score. With a Uriel Secundino kick, the Eagles took a 7-6 lead.
Backing the Vikings up near the goal line, the Eagles got a safety. Off the free kick, the Eagles got the ball back in great field position, said Southern.
Going down the field, quarterback Alex Martin scored for a 16-6 lead.
In the second quarter, receiver Kenyon Martin took a pitch from Martin and went 65 yards for a score and a 23-6 lead.
In the third quarter, the Eagles would score first as Martin again called his own number.
Both teams are a bit banged up, said Southern. Both starting running backs were out.
Raymond Salazar’s backup, Robert Moser, scored the next TD to make it 37-6.
A freshman scored the final time as Dante Hanner got his first TD. That was the only extra point that Secundino missed, noted Southern.
The Eagles have a bye week, then begin league play in the Western Piedmont Conference at Carver.