Needless to say, Rocky Mount's Kendall Noble and Nazir Levine were already winners.
But the two got to end their high school career with a victory Wednesday. They started on the offensive line for the East in the 59th NCCA East-West All-Star Football Game at Grimsley High School's Jamieson Stadium. Before 7,077 fans, the East broke a five-year losing streak in winning 22-14.
Both Noble and Levine played the entire game on offense and on special teams. The highlight of the night for the duo was a running play midway through the second quarter. The twosome helped open a gaping hole on the right side of the line that allowed East Carteret's Andrew Courman to score on a 50-yard run.
The two are shown here with their head coach B.W. Holt, who joined them on the field after the game to celebrate their win.