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Jags over Hornets, 32-0, in cross-county rivalry game
by Reggie Ross, Staff Writer
Sep 12, 2013 | 153 views | 0 0 comments | 41 41 recommendations | email to a friend | print
KILMICHAEL -- In the continued rivalry between the J.Z. George Jaguars and the Montgomery County Hornets, it was the Jaguars coming away with this year's win 32-0 in Kilmichael.

The Jaguars get their first win of the season and will now look to face off with Winona Friday night in North Carrollton.

For the Hornets, they drop to 1-2 on the year and will host Greenville St. Joseph's in the district 2-1A showdown.

In Friday night's contest, the Jaguars wasted no time getting on the board. Quarterback D'Lo Anderson connected with Julius Cook for a 70 yard pass play in the opening drive. With 10:33 on the clock, Anderson would score from two yards out.

Anderson scored again with 8:11 in the first quarter, and by the end of the first, the Jaguars lead 13-0.

With 7:15 on the clock, Jairvion Williams scored for the Jags as they continued to pull away.

By the end of the night the Jaguars would have rushed for over 250 yards on 33 carries.

Anderson finished the game with 93 yards on 13 carries and four touchdowns. Jhmall Archie finished the contest with 85 yards on nine carries.

The Jags held the Hornets to under 70 total yards.

The Hornets will look to rebound and come off with the upset of a Fighting Irish team that many have winning the district this season. St. Joe's knocked off Deer Creek 42-34 last week.

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