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Conway wideout Juwon Moody races past Georgetown tacklers in the Tigers’ season opener. Moody had two touchdown catches Friday in Conway’s win over Wilson.
Conway wideout Juwon Moody races past Georgetown tacklers in the Tigers’ season opener. Moody had two touchdown catches Friday in Conway’s win over Wilson. jlee@thesunnews.com

A look at the top performances by high school football players on the Grand Strand this past week:

Carolina Forest offensive line: Paved way for Panthers’ stable of backs to run for 325 yards in a 41-7 win over St. James.

Daron Finkley, Myrtle Beach: Caught eight passes for 112 yards and two touchdowns in the Seahawks’ 21-19 win over West Florence.

Noah Freshley, Conway: Returned an interception for a touchdown to go along with several tackles in the Tigers’ 37-7 win over Wilson.

D’Wuan Grainger, Conway: Threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns to lead Conway to a 37-7 win over Wilson.

Jahrique Isaiah, Loris: Had four catches for 85 yards in the Lions’ 20-12 loss to South Columbus.

 

R.J. Knowlin, Andrews: Rushed for two touchdowns as the Yellow Jackets escaped with a win over Georgetown.

Ethan Martin, Aynor: Had eight tackles to go along with 28 rushing yards and a touchdown in the Blue Jackets’ win over Green Sea Floyds.

Juwan Moody, Conway: Caught two touchdowns as the Tigers earned a 37-7 win over Wilson.

Jaizell Murphy, Andrews: The Yellow Jackets quarterback threw for one touchdown and rushed for another in a win over Georgetown.

Noah Seaver, Aynor: Rushed for 95 yards on 26 carries and scored a touchdown as the Blue Jackets sloshed their way to a 16-6 win over Green Sea Floyds.

Ishmael Taylor, Georgetown: Had two touchdowns for the Bulldogs in a losing effort at Andrews.

Joe L. Hughes II: 843-444-1702, @JoeLHughesII

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