County’s high schools fall on gridiron

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By Angye Morrison

East Gadsden High School’s Jaguars got off to a good start as they took on the Wakulla War Eagles last Friday night. The Jags racked up two TDs from quarterback Donterrious Garret early in the game.

But the Eagles regrouped and the Wakulla offense had tied the game at the half.

The War Eagles’ defense showed up in the second half, and quickly took the lead on a 34-yard field goal with less than 5 minutes left in the game.

The final score was 17-14.

West Gadsden High’s Panthers didn’t fare any better in their battle with Crestview.

The Bulldogs ran over the Cats 42-6 on their way to tallying 450 yards in offense.

The Panthers’ only score was on a Charles Shaw pass to Mario Williams late in the second quarter.