There is an argument to be made that Burns’ Kujuan Pryor is perhaps the best back in the Big South 3A Conference race. He’s got good size and great speed coupled with some footwork that has left many a defender grabbing at air. Even on some of the Bulldogs worst showings this season, Pryor has shown that if he can find an inch, he’ll take a mile and, if possible, six points.

That ability has been front and center in the Bulldogs’ last two games against Stuart Cramer and Forestview.

In the former, Pryor set a school all-time single rushing record with 280 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries. Pryor came within spitting distance of that record again against Forestview on Friday with 270 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries.

Lloyd picks up 100th win as Kings Mountain coach

Kings Mountain’s win over Ashbrook didn’t just solidify the Mountaineers as one of the top three teams in their conference, it also gave head coach Greg Lloyd his 100th win since taking over the team 12 years ago.

Lloyd was given the game ball at the end of the night for the accomplishment and while he insists the record is more ‘the school’s thing’ than something he was personally focused on, he was grateful for the record.

“That just means we’ve had some good players and some good coaches here and I’m grateful for everybody that’s ever played for me or ever coached here,” he said.

Huss sits firmly atop the Big South

Some big plays by Jaheim Mullen and some bad breaks for Crest gave Hunter Huss their fourth shutout of the season. The win places the still undefeated Huskies in first place of the Big South 3A conference and leaves Crest and Kings Mountain both vying for second place in the conference.

The two teams won't meet for another three weeks, so there's still time for shakeups in the conference.

Dustin George can be reached at 704-669-3337 or dustin.george@shelbystar.com. Find him on Twitter @DustinatTheStar.