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Stuart Cramer pulled off a come-from-behind 27-20 win over Lake Norman Charter on Oct. 9. The Knights trailed 20-13 at the half, but scored in the third quarter to tie the score. Stuart Cramer put it away late and held on for the win. Sean Dugan accounted for 113 yards of total offense and a touchdown to lead Lake Norman Charter. Kurt Wronsky and David Gonzales had solid games, as did quarterback Teddy Spooner, who threw for a season-high 172 yards and a touchdown. Stuart Cramer was led by quarterback Jaylen Rocquemore, who threw for 218 yards, ran for 52 yards and another score and caught a 18 yard pass in the win.