OTHER IHIGH SITES
Running attack lifts Cary past Holly Springs
September 4, 2011Tri-Nine Conference
CARY -- The No. 4-ranked Cary Imps dominated Holly Springs with a pair of 100-yard rushers and a stingy defense en route to a 29-7 win Friday against the Holly Springs Golden Hawks in a Tri-Nine Conference at Cooper Field.
Cary's Deandre Henry ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries, but the new threat in the backfield was Cardavion Payne. The former defensive back, given his first start at running back, finished with 20 carries for 164 yards.
"We pride ourselves on not caring who our running back is," said Cary coach Ben Kolstad. "We want to create holes up front and our big guys did a good job. Cardavion ran hard. He's been our third-string running back, but he practiced hard and earned the start. Anybody that works hard is going to be a starter."