For the first time since 2010, Salisbury is a North Carolina high school football champ. Thursday night, the Hornets beat St. Paul’s 42-14 in the 2AA championship.
Salibury reeled-off 28 unanswered points after battling St. Paul’s to a 14-all draw in the second quarter.
Salisbury quarterback Vance Honeycutt ran for three first half touchdowns in the 42-14 victory. He completed 8 of 12 passes for 105 yards and one touchdown, while rushing for 110 yards and four touchdowns.
Salisbury (@SHS_Hornets ) beats St. Paul’s 42-14, wins @NCHSAA 2AA State Championship. 🏆 @DiamondHeels signee Vance Honeycutt accounts for 5TDs, is MVP.— Marilyn Payne (@marilyn_payne) May 7, 2021
JyMikaah Wells is Outstanding Offensive Player.
Fave moment? Hornets when Nick Hall’s named Outstanding Defensive Player. pic.twitter.com/morU5E3SDa