The New Bern Bears ran their record to 7-0 with a 39-7 win over Hoggard.
Bears senior QB Josh Taylor lead the way with 350 all-purpose yards including two touchdowns rushing and one passing.
Bra'Lon Cherry caught four passes for 111 yards, 61 of those coming on a TD catch right before halftime.
Chandler Powell had 76 receiving yards and Jachin Watkins ran for 86 yards and 2 TDs.
The Bears will host Ashley next week in their final regular season game at Caruso-Coates Stadium.
Ayden-Grifton 70 Spring Creek 0
The Chargers used a 75 yard punt return from Tyree Blount and some great defense to win 70-0 over Spring Creek.
Jacksonville 23 West Craven 21
Mario Jordan scored three second half touchdowns to lead the Cardinals to a 23-21 come from behind win. The Eagles took a 14-3 halftime lead on two Demetres Abrams 53 yard TD runs.
South Central 7 Havelock 41
Derrell Scott had a 46 yard TD run and Pharoh Cooper had another big night as the Rams defeat the Falcons 41-7.
Laney 44 JH Rose 47
The Rampants squeaked out a 47-44 come from behind win over Laney thanks to a strong effort from QB Khalil Smith.
West Carteret 19 DH Conley 44
The Vikings fell behind early but put enough points on the board to run away from the Patriots 44-19.
East Duplin 14 Croatan 0
East Duplin nailed two field goals in the first half and added a touchdown in the second half to shutout Croatan 14-0.
Washington 34 White Oak 0
The Pam Pack started off with a 60 yard TD run from Stevie Green on their first play from scrimmage to set the tone and ruin Homecoming for the Vikings 34-0.
Jones Senior 0 SW Onslow 50
The Stallions said they had a good week of practice coming in and it looked like it on Senior Night. they hung half a hundred on Jones Senior. A TD run by Emmit Johnson and a TD catch by J'Veon Walker sealed it for the Stallions.
Richlands 10 Swansboro 7 OT
The Pirates held a 7-0 lead at the half but it was the Wildcats that would come out in the second half with a bit better offense. Richlands did not let a missed field goal come back to haunt them as they defeat Swansboro 10-7 in overtime.
Dixon 37 Pamlico 14
Dixon would block a Pamlico punt and recover a Hurricane fumble to pull away and hand the Hurricanes another loss 37-14.