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Breaking down the area’s top high school football performances from Friday night

Northeast's Vincent McCarthy (5) breaks through the Twiggs County defensive line Friday night.
Northeast's Vincent McCarthy (5) breaks through the Twiggs County defensive line Friday night. photo@macon.com

A look at the top 10 performances Friday from high school football players from Bibb, Houston, Peach, Monroe, Jones, Crawford and Twiggs counties:

Dalton Cox, FPD: The senior quarterback completed 22-of-26 passes for 255 yards and four touchdowns in the Vikings’ win over Hawkinsville.

Chris Gibson, Peach County: The senior running back had 14 carries for 79 yards and four touchdowns and caught four passes for 32 yards in the Trojans’ win over Perry.

Antonio Gilbert, Peach County: The senior quarterback completed 26-of-38 passes for 292 yards and a touchdown and rushed for a touchdown against Perry.

Adrian Hardwick, Mount de Sales: The senior running back had 22 carries for 178 yards and two touchdowns in the Cavaliers’ win over Social Circle.

Marcus Jolly, Northside: The senior had 12 carries for 106 yards and three touchdowns and four catches for 35 yards in the Eagles’ win over Lanier.

Tyler Jordan, Stratford: The senior running back had six carries for 112 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ win over Atkinson County.

Destin Mack, Tattnall Square: The senior running back had 15 carries for 166 yards and two touchdowns in the Trojans’ win over East Laurens.

Vincent McCarthy, Northeast: The senior had 20 carries for 159 yards and four touchdowns in the Raiders’ win over Twiggs County.

Quintin Sewell, Howard: The junior quarterback had nine carries for 107 yards and three touchdowns in the Huskies’ win over Rutland.

Javoris Smith, Southwest: The senior had an interception return for a touchdown and a touchdown catch in the Patriots’ win over Central.

Of note: Go to Macon.com/contest starting at noon on Sunday until noon on Wednesday to vote for the player of the week. The winner will be revealed Wednesday at Macon.com and in Thursday’s Telegraph.

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