Orange wingback J.J. Torres scored a touchdown on his senior night. Torres opened the second quarter with a six-yard touchdown run as the Panthers defeated Cedar Ridge 36-6 in the final game of the abbreviated year at Auman Stadium. It was his second career touchdown. Torres was one of 13 Panthers to carry the ball in Marty Scotten’s new double wing offense. Torres finished with 49 yards on seven carries. In addition to playing football at Orange, Torres is a member of the outreach group called Fathers on the Move, which prepares young people for life outside of high school. In August, Torres will leave Hillsborough to become a student at UNC-Charlotte. Torres has one game, at least, remaining in his high school career when Orange travels to Chapel Hill next week.