Draughn overcame a 13-7 deficit at halftime to come back and win 28-21 in overtime against Bunker Hill in Valdese on Friday.
Adam Estep's third rushing touchdown of the night from one-yard out completed the Wildcats' comeback. Estep rushed for 160 yards in the game for Draughn (4-3, 1-2).
Leading Catawba County rusher Justin Lynch, who injured his shoulder last week against South Iredell, returned and had a solid perfromance for Bunker Hill (4-3, 0-3).
Lynch rushed for 162 yards on 27 carries and two touchdowns of 41 and 71 yards.
Bandys 45, West Caldwell 0
The Trojans bounced back from a loss last week against Newton-Conover by putting on an impressive display Friday against the Warriors in Catawba.
Bandys (5-2, 2-1) tallied 458 yards of total offense, including 155 through the air by quarterback Anthony Toscano.
Hunter Lackey added three touchdowns for Bandys, including receptions of 61 and 21 yards from Toscano and a 12-yard running score.
The Warriors (0-7, 0-3) were held to just 11 yards of total offense and committed two turnovers and three fumbles (lost one).