The Cap Seven has built a 30-5 non-conference record this year, helped by its success stopping the run.
League teams have allowed only five of 35 opponents to rush for more than 160 yards in a game. Ten of the 35 opponents have been held to less than 100 yards.
Leesville leads conference teams in rushing defense, allowing 91.6 yards per game. Broughton is giving up 96.6 yards per game.
Other league team’s rushing defense numbers are: Wake Forest-Rolesville, 102.0; Millbrook, 110.6; Enloe, 139.8; Sanderson, 167.2; and Wakefield, 205.2, including three games allowing more than 200 yards.
The only teams with more than 160 yards rushing were: Knightdale (260 against Enloe), Clayton (290 against Sanderson), Garner (357 against Wakefield), Knightdale (243 against Wakefield) and Holly Springs (239 against Holly Springs).
The 10 games in which a league team held an opponet to 100 or less yards were: Northern Durham (12 against Wake Forest-Rolesville), Apex (13 against Leesville), Panther Creek (30 against Broughton), Green Hope (30 against Wakefield), Green Hope (45 against Leesville), East Wake (62 against Millbrook), Knightdale (74 against Millbrook), Durham Jordan (80 against Enloe); High Point Central (92 against Wake Forest), and Chapel Hill (93 against Broughton).