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Nelson’s move proved to be the right one as'Harden scored his fifth touchdown of the game on the very next play. At Howard’s eight-yard-line, Harden took a direct snap and ran behind the left side of MP’s offensive line for an easy ei t-yard score. Shipman’s extra point with 2:07 left in the hcebookxom.’ mumusktchn Best Ribs m I Everything hasn’t always gone our way this year. It’s been a tough go of things at times. .And they’ve heard stuff, just like everybody else has heard stuff. But they showed up tonight, and they kept fighting. We’re down two scores basi- cally. We give up a couple of long runs, but we kept fighting. Hopefully they learned that that’s what happens when you keep battling and fighting.” 789 "53M South Bomesvllle, GA 30104 awia Andrew Lackley Sherriod Jordan Adrian Hughley D.J. Martinez Lamont Jones Demarcus Cleveland wwwmnwnmuw to catch season-long leoder Sunny ‘ Chrissy Ham v . Erie g . * Richard ,_ 8131.19 Nathan Jim '.St$tt'flkkmafl Sonny Trornmell Among read- .1, hairline”: i‘ Donovan , ,j aim“ .; r. numas Solemn Jackson Finch . ' 29‘! 2317 ers, Caroline Nichols took first 3332915 ‘ .1 2008 champ 2010 champ Nam-gahhamp 2007 champ 2016 champ " place by‘going 82. winning »- :7 76-34 73.34 15-35 73-31 69-41 “7'43 the $ l5 ‘Gitt Certificate from ” ' l- -" 4 _ . 93 ‘i, I ' Shave 3913- . I Minori'sltalian Ris‘torante V' figgssy Bun}? gichard' ighah is Grid 0 Winners T shirt trom meg/.15 ;, i5 ’Sfcg'omw né’vfysazéfmr ._ ’fillfftfej/OI; Jackson is his 13th year ERATEES Custom Screen the real estate 273’ 39"” Sports . .fignazrmen the youth as principal Printing. Marvin White and of Tram: ‘ professional Agggnczg the , of”)? , pastor at , “ - Mary Nick Morgan tied. for sec- melt Pest; WIT/7 CONN/8 ’5 I Prow‘ ’ C. . Persons . , and Wm; I ' 8p 0,18,; Vice-chair dance Ba . 4‘5"”329 v ' and place by going 7-3. White 01mm)" Ham ERA Shelby have and has ' offhe (my . 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MP ahead for good 10 at 27-17 'ust 46 secon ainter. at CONIaned Trom I B into the sechnd half. ' But it didn’t take long, 53 Howard had one more M . H R D ' After each team punted, MP seconds to be erratic, f0:1 the lchancle t1: tie (Err thte: game, The teams traded thr‘ 6. again got the ball across mid- Bulldo s to trim eir aunting ut C ar mis e on ack- andcuts, and Mp onceeagalh field (in a recurring theme) at 14-poi1g1t deficit to just seven. to-back throws near midfield got excellent field position at Howard’s 45-yard—line. In what On the second play of MP’s on third down and fourth MP H Howard’s 46_yaxd_llnc after might have been the most ensuing series, Hickman set up down, respectively. The turn- EIFSLD°W35 I3 3 a 12_ya_rcl Huskies} punt. important play of the game, a perfect screen, waiting until over on downs allowed MP to P“ _'"9 Yd 5' c 3:55 However) a holding pcnalty Hickman threw deep into Howard defenders had nearly take over possession with 48 Tgfsrizdss‘ 342 p 436 backed the Bulldogs up into triple coverage, and his pass circled him before finding seconds left and kneel down A”_C:mp_lm 14_9_o 13 _ 4_ 2 their own territory, and Mp was intercepted by Howard’s Harden open on the left side for a dramatic comeback win. FumblerLosf ' o_o i . . 1 _o hunted for the second Straight Iaquan Jackson and returned near the MP sideline. Despite The unlikely victory set off a Panama; 5,43 9_ 56 thug on Howard’s next play, nearly 70 yards down deep being slowed by cramps wild MP on-field celebration Husldes’ star tailback lcrcmlah into MP territory. However, moments earlier, Harden and later led to dancing in the I ‘ (2 , 3 , 4 1' Kelly took a (haw to the left the turnover was negated by turned on the afterburners and Dogs’ locker room. MP , 10 21 45 and darted through a hole, a 15-yard roughing the passer dashed 71 yards, finishing the MP senior left tackle Nate H ‘ 13 IO * . 38 outmmlng Mp’s secondary Elenaluty1 3n Howlgrd, allong lfpng slcptre bly diying acrzfls the H0ward said pf MP’s playoff " for a 63- d touchdown. e B ogs to eep posses» ont e py on or a tou - appearance: t’s great. I’ve ' Howard’zacrxtra point try was sion. Four plays later, Harden down. Shipman’s extra point put a lot into this program. s C O G thwarted by a bad snapabut the ran up the mlddle, Sidestepped cut Howards lead to seven 80 being able to put on that first Quartfi. Huskies still took a 10—p‘oint two defen‘ders and Pulled away at 3831 Wlth 9:19 left m the blaCk and gOId one more tune - Rico Harden 20-yard reception (Shipman kick) edge, 20-10, with 4:29 left in from a third tackler to score fourth quarter- . and play another gamemegns Tripp Shipman 28-yard field goal the second period. a 15-yard touchdown wrth MP’s much-mahgned more to me than anything. second Quarter . The teams again traded 5:28 left in the third quarter. defense then did much of the The Bulldogs won despite - Rico Harden 4-yard run (Shipman kick) thrcchndhuts late in the first Shipman’s extra point trimmed heavy lifting the rest of the way. being outgained in total yard— Third Quarter half, but another Short Howard MP’s deficit to 27-24 in a game On the third play of Howard’s age 436 to 342, including a ' Rico Harden l5-yard run (Shipmom kiCk) punt would give Mp the ball at the Bulldogs seemed poised to next drive, Clark misfired on 355 to 126 Huskies’ advantage F°‘_"'“1 000"“ I _ the Huskies’ 45_yard_llhc_ on fall behind by three scores just a deep ball and threw a pass on the ground. Kelly was the ' R'ffi’. Harden 71 ‘Yard recephm‘ lSh'PmEP IE'CI‘) the first play of Mp’s ensuing moments earlier. directly into Harden’s hands star of the night for Howard, ' r." "am i""";" zéyard (" (Sh'p'af‘l) 'c ) series, Hickman found Harden After an MP personal foul near the left sideline. Harden rushing for 185 yards and two ' 'c° or en "ye". run 'pman 'c on a screen pass to the left penalty, the Huskies finally got then returned the pick 65 touchdowns on 21 carries. that went for 41 yards to the good field position at the Dogs’ yards to the Howard five—yard- Meadows was also a standout D M P Howard four_yard_line_ on the 42—yard-line. Back-to-back line, where a Huskies’ penalty in the backfield, rushing for next play, Harden ran up the long runs advanced Howard to enabled MP toset up just two 121 yards and two scores on F E middle for a foul--yard score MP’s eight—yard-line, but MP’s yards from the end zone. On just six carries. Clark led the with 40 seconds left before defense clamped down in the the next play, MP’s William Huskies in passing with 81 I halftime. Shipman’s extra point red zone, holding the Huskies Stewart rushed up the middle yards on 4 of 13 completions, Player Carries Yards narrowed Mp’s deficit to three to a 24-yard Rodenroth field for a two-yard score, and including a touchdown and Ric° Horde" 16 66 at 20_17_ goal to make it 30—24 Howard Shipman’s extra point tied the two interceptions. The junior w"“_°"‘ SIeV‘fa” 15 4] But Howard wasn’t content with 2:56 left in the third contest at 38-all with 8: 16 left quarterback also rushed for 49 Mal'kk Hurf's 3 14 to run out the clock in the first quarter. in the game. Yards 0“ 12 carries- 23’?” CHW'EI ? half_ The Huskies amassed MP’s offense then drove to MP’s defense then forced a For MP, Stewart assisted Lo réinHigfmjz 5 _ 18 51 yards on two plays to Howard’s 30-yard-line, where three-and—out, and MP got Harden on the ground with 41 9 move inside the Mp red zone. the Bulldogs faced a 4th-and—8. possession at its own 27-yard- yards and a touchdown on 15 s However, two plays later, Clark: Hickman appeared to convert line with just over seven carries. Hickman passed for comp, A", Ya rd; made his first major mlscuc’ 'the first down on another minutes to play. The Bulldogs 216 yards on 9 of 14 comple— Logan Hickman 9 13 216 throwing an interception to screen pass to Moore, which methodically ran 10 plays tions with two touchdowns. Rico Harden O 1 0 Mp’s Hughley in the end zone, would have set up MP with I while eating up nearly five Tight end Andre lackson led averting a field goal try and lst—and-goal at the Huskies’ minutes of clock time before the Dogs in receptions with R ending the half_ two-yard-line, but it was negat- sending in Shipman for the four for 47 yards. R“- Yards But Howard’s explosive ed by a holding penalty on the go-ahead field goal. Despite Nelson said MP had stopped i"; Hardin Z :32 offense picked up where it left Bulldogs. With MP backed up a bounced snap, Shipman playing hard late in games a T {1 re lac 5°" 1 39 ofl'in the second halh scor- five yards, Nelson elected to somehow nailed a 34—yard few times this season, and he kek H22: 1 _ 2 ing on its second play from plinth tfin MP, leaky field gghotal just'ingslid: the :Lvnas plfhasegi {chat his tpallln left scrim c, In what looked er aps pu g s upr1 seemm y o pu on e e agains owar . ]j_ke a refine image ofhjs first defense back on the field in front 41-38 with 2:12 left in “We had kind of done that D score, Keuy took a draw right, turned out to be the wrong the game. However, Howard prev10us times where we didn’t Tacklgs Assists shot through a large hole and call because three plays later, was flagged for a personal foul really fight til the end, but it’s a Malikk Harris 1 accelerated to daylight down Howard’s Meadows ran a penalty for roughing Shipman testament to the kids,” Nelson Thomas Warren the right sidefinc for a 67_yard reverse toward the left sideline. after the kick, and Nelson said. “They fought hard. And Andre JOC k5°n touchdown Rodenroth’s extra He then cut back across the made a bold decision to take they’ve shown up every week Jule" Germ“ nY ooodwbwdw INTERCEPTION' RETURNS No. Yards Avg. Rico Harden l 65 65.0 Adrian Hughley 1 O 0.0 KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yards Avg. Adrian Hughley 2 8] 40.5 Rico Harden l 33 38.0 William Stewart 2 20 20.0 Jamarion Barron I 8 8.0 PUNTING No. Yards Avg. Trippe Moore 5 \ 167 33.4 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Made A". 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