Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award

  Anthony Fiffie of the Jack Britt Buccaneers is the first recipient in 2019 of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award.  Anthony caught three TD passes including the game winner in overtime in a victory over South View.  Congratulations Anthony!
Seventy First’s Kore Prentice-Coles is the week 2 recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award for his efforts against the Cape Fear Colts.  Kore scored three TD’s and added several big runs to put his Falcons in a position to win the game.  With Kore is Coach Tompkins, the Falcon’s running back coach.
Jamarious Simmons of the Seventy First Falcons is the week 3 recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award for his efforts agains EE Smith.  With the Golden Bulls defense keying on other 71st players,  Simmons broke open a scorless contest and put his Falcons in a position to score with a number of long, tackle-breaking runs.  With Kore is Coach Tompkins, the Falcon’s running back coach.
Matthew Pemberton of the South View Tigers is the week 4 recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award for his performance against the Gray’s Creek Bears.  Matthew set a Tiger single game rushing record with over 300 yards on 30 carries – and he scored 3 TDs as well.  Pictured with Matthew is Tiger Head Coach Rodney Brewington.
Zechariah Adams-Duckson is the week 5 recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award.  Zechariah was instrumental in leading his Gray’s Creek Bears over the Pine Forest Trojans rushing for 175 yards and scoring a crucial 47 yard TD that iced the win.  Shown with Zechariah is Head Coach David Lovette.
Mark Burks of the Cape Fear Colts is this week’s recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award.  Mark had nine tackles, one tackle for a loss, one QB sack, and a blocked punt attempt.  He also sacked the QB, stripped him of the ball, and delivered the key block that allowed his teammate to score on the fumble recovery return in the Colts victory over the Gray’s Creek Bears.  With Mark is Head Coach Jacob Thomas.
Terry Sanford’s Jackson Deaver is this week’s recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award.  Jackson had an outstanding game from his linebacker position to help the Bulldogs defeat the Douglas Byrd Eagles.  Jackson recorded 12 tackles, five solo tackles, and added an interception.  Standing with Jackson is Bulldog Head Coach Bruce McClelland.
Micah Nelson of the Cape Fear Colts is the week 10 recipient of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award.  Micah had 10 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, and one sack as the Colts defeated the South View Tigers 7-6.  Micah led the defense in holding the Tigers to just 6 points while they were averaging over 40 points per game.  Standing with Micah is Colt Head Coach Jacob Thomas.
Matthew Pemberton of the South View Tigers is this season’s first two time winner of the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award chosen for his outstanding game against the Terry Sanford Bulldogs.  Matthew rushed for almost 100 yards and scored 3 TDs, but it was his EFFORT  in double overtime that sealed the win and the award.  With the scored tied 17-17 at the beginning of the second overtime, Matthew intercepted a pass to keep the Bulldogs from scoring.  On the first offensive play for the Tigers, Matthew raced around right end for 10 yards and the deciding score.  With Matthew is Tiger Head Coach Rodney Brewington.
Jaylen Moore of Seventy First  is this week’s Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award recipient.  Jaylen led his Falcon defense to a victory against the Jack Britt Buccaneers making 8 tackles and breaking up two passes.  Jaylen was tasked with covering the conference’s leading receiver, and he did a great job.  With Jaylen is Coach Tompkins.
Jack Britt Quarterback Kevin Sentell is the Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award recipient for the 1st round of the state playoffs.  Kevin had an MVP type game against the Knightdale Knights rushing for 193 yards and 2 TDs – one TD an electrifying 81 yard run.  After suffering a twisted ankle late in the game, Kevin came back in with his team trailing, and scampered for the winning score.  With Kevin is Head Coach Brian Randolph.
Matthew Pemberton was selected for the Round 2 Playoff Lloyd Foster Extra Effort Award – his 3rd selection this year.  Matthew carried the ball 21 times against Jack Britt for over 140 yards, and 3 TDs. He is also the South View punter, and averaged over 40 yards per punt and downed three inside the five yard line to keep the Buccaneers pinned deep in their own territory all night.  His efforts allowed the Tigers to come away with a 23-15 win and move on to the 3rd round of the state playoffs.  With Matthew is Tiger Head Coach Rodney Brewington.

 

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