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Dillon's Kevin Lynch comes up with an interception for the South All-Stars.

The SCADA North-South All-Star football game was a 42-3 blowout in favor of the North at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach. It was the most one-sided contest in more than 60 years of the event.

Seneca's Chris Robinson ran for two scores and Greer quarterback Reese Hannon threw for two more to lead the North offense. The South offense made seven turnovers.

Myrtle Beach defensive end Tyler Knox, a WPDE All-Zone selection who has committed to play at N.C. State, was named the team's defensive MVP. Knox led the South defense with 10 tackles.

Dillon defensive back Kevin Lynch had one interception for the South.