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Powdersville High School Junior Varsity Football beat Carolina High School & Academy 56-14
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Carolina High School & Academy
Powdersville High School
JV Football Wins 56 -14! Congratulations to Powdersville JV Football on defeating region opponent Carolina at home Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Powdersville got right to work early in the first quarter with a 49-yard touchdown pass play from freshman quarterback Cole Bracken to freshman runningback Kiundre Hunter. Hunter was back in action for the first time since his injury at Wren. Later in the first quarter, Bracken
found Boston Cook for a second TD pass. A QB keeper on the conversion play gave Patriots a 14-0 lead.
Pass plays produced two more touchdowns for the Patriots in the second quarter. With 8:24 remaining in the half, Bracken found freshman Jack McCrary open in the middle. McCrary pivoted to a clear field and sprinted 70+ yards to the end zone. With :17 remaining in the half, Bracken pitched to sophomore Casen Owens for the last 10 yards of a TD drive. Freshman Caden Beck nailed extra-point kicks for both TDs. Carolina scored with 3:27 remaining in the half on a fourth-and-seven run. At the half, Patriots led 28-6.
Hunter rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter, and Beck added the extra points to increase Patriots’ margin to 42-6. Carolina narrowed the gap with :49 remaining in the period with a 55-yard touchdown pass play. Trojans added a two-point conversion to make the score 42-14 at the end of the third quarter.
Hunter added two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rack up five for the night. Bracken tossed Hunter a pretty pitch for a 25-yard run with 8:18 remaining, and Hunter finished a Patriot drive at the end of the game. Beck nailed both PATs for a final score of 56-14.
With the win, Patriots’ record improves to 2-4. Powdersville JV travel to Greenwood to face Emerald next Thursday, October 5, at 7pm. Keep up the great work, Patriots! #OneTeamOneDream #GoPatriots!