A busy opening week to the high school football season saw games on both Thursday and Friday. Here's a look at the top performances from local teams.
In his second season leading the Raiders offense, the junior signal-caller threw for a career-high 300 yards and tied a career-best with four touchdown tosses in the 53-13 win over rival Hobbton last Thursday.
Holland also rushed for 32 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
The senior wideout hauled in a career-high seven receptions for 102 yards and three touchdowns to help the Raiders to a season-opening victory.
The senior collected 275 total yards and accounted for both Jags touchdowns in the 13-0 win over Cape Fear last Thursday.
Perkins also ran for a career-best 134 yards on 11 carries.
The senior outside linebacker led a dominating opening day performance by the Raiders, grabbing an interception for a touchdown return while also forcing a fumble.
The former Trojans quarterback totaled seven catches for a team-high 111 receiving yards while scoring a rushing touchdown in his first action at wideout.
Arnold represents a host of Jags worthy of recognition, totaling 12 tackles, four for a loss, and a forced fumble in the shutout win over Cape Fear.
In his first contest since transferring from Southern Lee, McAllister ended Thursday's loss at West Johnston with 193 yards passing and a touchdown.
Ung finished with 104 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns in the 28-12 loss at Smithfield-Selma.
Jackson finished with a team-high 13 tackles, three for a loss, in the season-opening loss.
Green's interception return for a touchdown was the Trojans' only points in the 21-7 loss to Hunt.