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Offense carries Cardinals to dominating win (NC)

On Beach Night at Surry Central, it was East Wilkes that had fun, fun, fun.

No California dreamin’ required.

The Cardinals rode the wave of their quarterback’s second career-best performance in as many weeks, a wave that crested with the offense’s second straight 400-yard output in a 52-14 nonconference win over the Golden Eagles Friday.

East Wilkes won for the second straight week and is 2-0 for the second time in three seasons and only the fourth time since 2007.

The 52 points are the most the Cardinals have ever scored in 30 meetings against the Eagles.

Surry Central, which lost its season opener to Elkin, fell to 0-2 for the sixth time in the past 11 seasons.

One week after career highs with 189 yards and three touchdowns running the ball, Bryce Vestal passed for a career-high 242 yards and threw five touchdown passes. He also ran for a touchdown.

The senior now has 2,490 career passing yards, passing Bradley Hayes for second place on East Wilkes’ career passing list. Hayes, who played from 1995-96, is now an assistant coach.

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