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September 14, 2013

Roundup: Southeast Lauderdale evens up record with win

MERIDIAN —     Southeast Lauderdale put on a show in the first half versus Clarkdale Friday. The Tigers scored 42 points en route to a 49-6 victory.

    "Our kids played hard." said Southeast head coach Charles Black.

    Quarterback Takari Brooks hooked up with Damion Willis for two early touchdowns. Brooks also ran in a touchdown in the first half.

    Amari Horton, Jakoby Wilson, and Padarius Martin also scored rushing touchdowns in the first half. Jamarcus Ivy ran one in in the second half.

    The win evens the Tigers' record at 2-2 overall while Clarkdale remains winless at 0-4 overall.

    "We're looking to continue building next week," Black said. The Tigers will be on the road at Northeast Jones Friday.

Kemper Academy    52

Central Academy    12

    Kemper Academy's Dustin Davis and the Rams offensive line lit up the scoreboard Friday night on the way to a 52-12 victory against Central Academy.

    Davis racked up four rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns. He also accounted for three two-point conversions.

    Dylan McFarland was on the receiving end of two touchdown passes. Cole Thomas also pulling in a touchdown. Hunter Cumberland added a late rushing touchdown on the ground.

    The win improves Kemper Academy's record to 2-2 overall.

Russell Christian    32

Heidelberg Academy    14

    Russell Christian handed Heidelberg Academy their first loss of the season Friday night in prep football action. The Warriors took home a 32-14 win moving their overall record to 2-2. The loss drops Heidelberg to 3-1 overall.

    "It always feels good to win regardless of who we're playing," said Russel head coach Nate Ballard. "We just want to get better every week."

    Russell's Arik Washington started the scoring in the first quarter with a one-yard touchdown rush.

    In the second quarter, Russell's Ashton Temple broke through on an 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Also in the second, Jacob Howse tossed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jesse Barksdale.

    Howse connected with Temple in the third quarter on a 39-yard touchdown pass and again in the third with Jacob Stephens on a 21-yard touchdown pass.

    Russell Christian gets a rest next with a bye.

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