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MIDDLE SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Undefeated Toisnot tops Elm City to seize county title

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Posted 10/23/19

The Toisnot football team clinched the Wilson County championship and wrapped up an undefeated regular season with a 26-0 triumph against Elm City on Wednesday.

With a 6-0 record, the Hawks bid …

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MIDDLE SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Undefeated Toisnot tops Elm City to seize county title

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The Toisnot football team clinched the Wilson County championship and wrapped up an undefeated regular season with a 26-0 triumph against Elm City on Wednesday.

With a 6-0 record, the Hawks bid for the Tri-Counties Conference championship next week. Toisnot, in six games, allowed but 14 points while averaging 35 points per contest.

Against the Vikings, Toisnot’s N’Carrius Woodard rushed for 120 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Tre’zhier Motley recovered a fumble and returned it for a TD. Khalil Eaves tallied the other TD, returning one of his two interceptions for six points.

Detavious Jones caught two passes for 43 yards and had an interception. Leading Hawks tacklers were Michael Pender, Woodard and Kyrell Best.

Elm City finishes 11-0 regular season

The Elm City boys soccer team completed an undefeated regular season by winning the John Nichols Game, 9-1, against Toisnot on Tuesday.

The match is played in honor of the late coach and athletic director from Elm City and Toisnot.

“John made great contributions to both schools, and we are very happy that we could come together and honor his memory today through this game,” Elm City athletic director Brent Pearson said.

The Vikings boosted their record to 11-0. Elm City hosts Red Oak in the Tricounties Athletic Conference semifinals at 4 p.m. Monday at Elm City.

Micah Foula led the Vikings’ assault with three goals (hat trick). Jayden Moses knocked in two goals, while Phillip Glennon, Kevin Moran, Chance Greene and Jsoe Gaivan netted one each. Snyder Pearson and Foula each contributed an assist.

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