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Top stars, best performances in Week 11 of the North Carolina high school football season

Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the state in Week 11 of the North Carolina high school football season
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Dionte Neal, Reidsville

The sensational freshman intercepted two passes as the Rams rolled to a 63-0 victory over Morehead. Neal leads the state with 11 interceptions and that's a school record.

Andrew Attmore, Dudley

Attmore threw six touchdown passes as Dudley overwhelmed Eastern Guilford 51-13 to win the Mid-State 3-A Conference championship.

Lucas Graham, West Rowan

The Falcons’ quarterback threw for 281 yards and 4 touchdowns in a 50-0 rout of East Rowan.

Adrian Stockton, West Rowan

Stockton caught 9 passes for 157 yards for the Falcons.

James Hunt, Pine Forest

The sophomore lineman led a suffocating defense with five sacks as the Trojans beat Overhills 21-0 to claim their second straight conference championship.

Nathan Carr, Ledford

Ledford’s prolific quarterback did most of the damage with his legs, running for 189 yards and 3 touchdowns on 21 carries in a 42-24 win over North Davidson. Carr only threw seven passes as the Panthers rolled up 450 yards on the ground.

Charlie Gottlieb, Independence

Brought over from the soccer team after the Patriots’ regular kicker was injured last week, Gottlieb booted two field goals, including a 41-yarder, and 3 extra points in a 27-21 win over Butler.

Session McArthur, Millbrook

McArthur intercepted two passes - both of which set up touchdowns - as the Wildcats beat Wake Forest 34-14 to win the Northern Athletic 4-A Conference.

Brodie Smith, Davie County

Smith caught 11 passes for 113 yards and 3 touchdowns in the War Eagles’ 36-22 victory over Glenn.

JyMikaah Wells, Salisbury

It never slows down for Wells, who put six touchdowns on the board in a 53-21 rout of North Rowan. Wells ran for 249 yards and 5 touchdowns for the Hornets. He also returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown.

Tralon Mitchell, Southern Nash

Mitchell carried 17 times for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 53-28 thumping of Franklinton.

Isaac Weaver, Andrews

Weaver caught an 89-yard touchdown pass, had a rushing touchdown and intercepted two passes in the undefeated Wildcats’ historic 42-12 win over Murphy. Andrews won its first conference championship in 39 years.

Truitt Manuel, West Henderson

Manuel caught 13 passes for 218 yards and 5 touchdowns in the undefeated Falcons 55-7 rout of Tuscola, giving them their first conference title since 1996. Manuel is a North Carolina State baseball recruit.

Lukas Kachilo, West Henderson

The Falcons’ quarterback, a Gardner-Webb commit, threw for 302 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also had a rushing touchdown.

Ervodd Cassady, Eastern Randolph

Cassady returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown and had 54 yards on 12 carries in the Wildcats’ 28-13 win over Randleman.

Easton Clapp, Southwestern Randolph

The Cougars’ quarterback ran for 4 touchdowns and threw for 2 more in a 50-17 victory over Trinity.

Ivion Smith, New Bern

Smith intercepted 2 passes and made 5 tackles in the undefeated Bears’ 49-0 pounding of D.H. Conley.

Jaylen Alexander-Raynor, East Forsyth

The senior quarterback was sensational again, completing 17 of 19 passes for 221 yards and 2 touchdowns as the undefeated Eagles walloped West Forsyth 53-7. Alexander-Raynor also carried 11 times for 60 yards.

Shamon Smith, Thomasville

Smith ran for 189 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 44-12 victory over archrival Lexington.

Josiah Allred, East Davidson

The big tailback ran for three touchdowns in the Golden Eagles’ 35-14 victory over West Davidson.

Gavin Hill, North Davidson

Hill threw for 349 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Black Knights’ loss to Ledford.

Mishon Wilson, Red Springs

Wilson tallied four touchdowns, including an 86-yard kickoff return as the Red Devils beat Fairmont 34-30.