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Generals generate a fast start at home to beat Volunteers

September 7, 2013

Starkville Academy running back O'Shea Kemp (3) looks for running room against Washington School Friday night. (Photo by Chris Whitaker, Delta Democrat-Times, For Starkville Daily News)

GREENVILLE – The Washington School Generals took advantage of a fast start from its offense and went on to defeat the Starkville Academy Volunteers 32-21 Friday night.
Washington put up a couple of first-quarter touchdowns to take a 14-0 lead, then Starkville Academy got its first points on a 1-yard quarterback keeper by Houston Clark. Johnathan Burton kicked the first of three extra-point kicks to close the gap to 14-7 at halftime.
In the third quarter, the Generals increased their advantage to 26-7 with a interception return for a touchdown and a pass for a score.
The Volunteers put up a couple of touchdowns in the fourth quarter with the first being a 2-yard run by O'Shea Kemp and the other being an 11-yard run by Clark.

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