JASPER — North Forsyth’s offense is becoming as potent as a black mamba.
The Raiders’ offense, led QB Ben Bales and RB Bryson Trigg, combined for 30 unanswered points, in the air and on the ground, to suffocate Pickens County 58-28 Friday night.
Trigg finished the night with 20 carries for 242 yards and four TDs. Bales completed 22-of-33 passes for 328 yards and four TDs.
After the first quarter, the Raiders (3-1) seemed to be in control, leading 21-7. However, Pickens found a way to fight back and time the game 28-28 late in the first half. Raider kicking specialist Arthur Boyzo nailed a field goal, giving them a 31-28 halftime lead.
The field goal, before halftime, proved to set up an outright massive display of offense in the second half. The Raiders scored 30-unanswered points to outpace the Dragons.
Cedric Touchstone hauled in 9 catches for 152 yards and two TDs. Tristan Howard and Charlie Aiken both caught TDs for the Raiders.
Boyzo’s made kicking history Friday night for the Raiders. His field goal and five extra points gives him more than 100 points scored in his career. He’s the first kicker in North Forsyth history to do it.
The Raiders will host to Woodstock Friday in Raider Valley. Game time set for 7:30 p.m.