East All-Stars Record North Carolina Coaches Association Football Victory

                  GREENSBORO—The East pulled away from a 6-6 deadlock at halftime and went on to record a 27-13 victory over their counterparts from the West in the North Carolina Coaches Association football all-star game at Jamieson Stadium on Wednesday night.

                  For the East, Eric Hoy of Clayton was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player of the game with 68 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns.  Garrett Cloer of Orange threw for 106 yards and those two scores, while Antwone Harper of Hope Mills Jack Britt was named the Defensive Most Valuable Player after leading the East’s defense with ten tackles.

                  The West took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter on an 11-play, 77-yard drive capped by a one-yard scoring run by West Forsyth’s Kedlin Huntley.  The East came back to tie 33 seconds before halftime when Cloer hit Hoy on an eight-yard scoring toss.

                  Ge’Dari LIverman of Elizabeth City Northeastern gave the East the lead for good with an 80-yard touchdown scamper late in the third quarter, one of two touchdowns he scored.

                 High Point Central’s Jamiel Mack rushed 10 times for 43 yards and passed for 88 yards with a touchdown and an interception for the West, and Corey Patton of North Mecklenburg was the team’s leading rusher with 55 yards. Tim Perkins of Morganton Freedom led the West on defense with 12 tackles.