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PARIS 9TH GRADE FOOTBALL GAME
LOCATION: Wildcat Stadium, Paris
SCORE: PARIS 41, MELISSA 0
OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Dren Rollerson rushed for touchdowns of 25 and 40 yards, caught a 25-yard touchdown pass, and ran for a two-point conversion; Jamar Sanders (threw a 25-yard touchdown pass and ran for a 25-yard touchdown and a two-point conversion; Levi Looney ran for a 6-yard touchdown. Offensive Line (Jordan Embry, Jason Jensen, Tyler Sanders, Dylan Jackson, Roberto Luna, Russell Rose, Kevin Mickens, D.J. Samuel)
DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Quen Bills (INT), Clint Franklin (Forced Fumble), Ty Gray (Fumble Recovery), Treavon Sims (Punt Return tpicjdpwm) Dennis Coleman, Graham Weatherford, Shkil Dillard, Jared Embry
Paris opened the scoring when Jamar Sanders hooked up with Dren Rollerson for a 10-yard touchdown pass for a 6-0 lead.
On Paris’ ensuing possession, Rollerson scored on a 25-yard run, increasing the lead to 12-0.
In the second quarter, Treavon Sims scored for Paris on a 55-yard punt return. Rollerson’s run for the 2-point conversion made it 20-0.
Just before the half, Sanders scored on a 25-yard option keeper and followed with a two-point conversion run to extend Paris’ lead to 28-0.
On the opening play of the third quarter, Rollerson scored on a 40-yard run, and the point-after kick by Alfredo Medina made it 35-0.
Paris regained possession on a fumble forced by Clint Franklin and recovered by Ty Gray. Levi Looney closed out the scoring with a 6-yard run for a 41-0 Paris lead that stood up as the final score.
Paris’ ninth grade is now 4-0 on the season. The next opponenb is Liberty-Eylau next week.