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FRIDAY NIGHT STARS: Trigg shines in comeback; Camara, Sims have big two-way performances
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North Forsyth's Bryson Trigg makes a move on a defender during hte Raiders' game against Lambert on Oct. 12, 2018 at North Forsyth High School. - photo by Lily McGregor Photography

THE BEST

Bryson Trigg, North Forsyth

Senior running back rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries and caught one pass for 71 yards and another score in the Raiders’ win over Lambert, which was also Trigg’s first game back after breaking his collarbone the first week of the season.

Abe Camara, West Forsyth

Senior defensive back/receiver caught nine passes for 94 yards and touchdown and had five solo tackles, including three for a loss, and a pass break-up in the Wolverines’ win at Forsyth Central.

Landon Sims, South Forsyth

Senior safety/receiver made nine tackles, forced and recovered a fumble, recovered an onside kick, and had three catches for 44 yards and a touchdown in the War Eagles’ loss to Milton.

THE REST

Carter Mullikin, North Forsyth

Senior quarterback ran for 69 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries and threw for 127 yards and another score on just five completions in the Raiders’ win over Lambert.

Miles Hartsfield, North Forsyth

Junior defensive back had four solo tackles and an interception in the Raiders’ win over Lambert.

Drew Southern, West Forsyth

Sophomore quarterback was 24-for-30 with 218 passing yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score in the Wolverines’ win at Forsyth Central.

Saxby Waxer, West Forsyth

Senior running back rushed for 94 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries in the Wolverines’ win at Forsyth Central.

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West Forsyth's Saxby Waxer carries the ball against Forsyth Central on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. - photo by Ben Hendren

Jack Hughes, West Forsyth

Junior linebacker had six solo tackles, chipped in on five more and had a sack in the Wolverines’ win at Forsyth Central.

Jax Weaver, South Forsyth

Junior linebacker had 13 tackles, including six solo, with two for a loss and two sacks in the War Eagles’ loss to Milton.

Bryce Cockfield, South Forsyth

Junior offensive lineman graded out at 88 percent with three pancake blocks in the War Eagles’ loss to Milton.

Andrew Hill, South Forsyth

Senior linebacker had nine tackles, including seven solo and one for a loss, in the War Eagles’ loss at Milton.

Gallil Guillaume, Lambert

Senior defensive end had seven solo tackles, including two for loss and a sack, in the Longhorns’ loss at North Forsyth.

Sam Wilinski, Lambert

Senior offensive lineman graded out at 87 percent and had seven pancake blocks in the Longhorns’ loss at North Forsyth.

Drew Dockter, Lambert

Senior receiver/punter averaged 43 yards on five punts, recorded two touchbacks on kickoffs and caught a four-yard touchdown pass in the Longhorns’ loss at North Forsyth.

Devin duCille, Denmark

Sophomore running back ran for 149 yards and 17 carries in the Danes’ loss at Marist.

Ze’Vian Capers, Denmark

Junior receiver had seven catches for 134 yards and a touchdown in the Danes’ loss at Marist.

Dallas Partridge, Forsyth Central

Senior free safety contributed to 17 tackles and broke up two passes in the Bulldogs’ loss to West Forsyth.

Matt Quinn, Forsyth Central

Senior defensive end had eight tackles, including two for loss, in the Bulldogs’ loss to West Forsyth.

Keaton Platzke, Forsyth Central

Senior punter averaged 41 yards per kick in the Bulldogs’ loss to West Forsyth.