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The junior varsity won 14-7, the freshman A team came from two touchdowns down in the fourth quarter to win 35-34, and the freshman B team breezed to a 40-6 victory.
Here are the highlights:
PARIS JV 14, SULPHUR SPRINGS 7 – Shundarius Woodson rushed for 124 yards, including a one-yard touchdown run, and Kevin Jackson added a touchdown on a 67-yard run. Paris coaches praised the play of offensive linemen Geoffrey Smith, Jax Dangerfield, Ethan England, Airion Milton, and Riley Coker. Jordan Samuels had an interception, nine tackles and three pass break-ups. Devin Smith had 10 tackles, including five for loss. Trey Clark had eight tackles.
PARIS NINTH GRADE “A” 36, SULPHUR SPRINGS 35 – Paris rallied from a 35-22 deficit in the fourth quarter. Demarquez Allen’s 8-yard run brought Paris within seven points at 35-28. Ty Gray recovered a Sulphur Springs fumble, setting up Allen’s touchdown pass to Diarva Brown on a 20-yard fade. Disdaining a tie, Allen ran for a 2-point conversion that gave Paris a 36-35 lead that stood up for the victory. Sulphur Springs had two more possessions, but both ended on turnovers — one on Quen Bills’ interception and the other on Treavon Sims’ fumble recovery. Sulphur Springs scored first in the game on a long opening drive, but Allen and Brown combined for a 15-yard touchdown pass that brought Paris to within 7-6. Paris’ Graham Weatherford blocked a punt, and Dren Rollerson scored two plays later from 10 yards out, and Allen’s 2-point conversion gave Paris a 14-7 lead. Another Sulphur Springs touchdown made it 14-13 Paris at the half. Rollerson returned the second-half kickoff 65 yards for a touchdown, and Allen’s 2-point conversion run raised Paris’ lead to 22-13. Sulphur Springs scored 22 straight points on three touchdowns for a 35-22 lead that wouldn’t stand up. Other offensive standouts for Paris were Clint Franklin, Alan Woodby and Cody Conway.
PARIS 9th Grade “B” 40, SULPHUR SPRINGS 6 — Dylan Combs ran for touchdowns of 65, 65 and 35 yards and Jamar Sanders added TD runs of 60 and 25 yards for Paris. Lamarcus Pratt scored the other touchdown for Paris on a 35-yard interception return. Chris Harrell also had an interception for the Wildcat JV. Other defensive standouts were Jadrian Sanders, Dalton Whitmore, Antonio Ellis James McFadden, Dearqwez Coleman and Zack Jones.