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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