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’Hounds race past Cougars
by CHUCK THOMPSON
Sep 15, 2011 | 2020 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Gray Station’s Reginald Lewis (left) cuts inside a Clifton Ridge defender at the start of his 59-yard touchdown run to give the ’Hounds their first score in their 18-7 victory last Wednesday. Lewis finished with 178 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries.
Gray Station’s Reginald Lewis (left) cuts inside a Clifton Ridge defender at the start of his 59-yard touchdown run to give the ’Hounds their first score in their 18-7 victory last Wednesday. Lewis finished with 178 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries.
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The Gray Station ’Hounds overcame three lost fumbles – two in the first half – to rally past Clifton Ridge 18-7 in the annual showdown between Jones County’s two middle schools last Wednesday at Greyhound Stadium.

Both coaches said Gray Station’s play up front was the deciding factor.

“Our offensive and defensive linemen won the game,” Gray Station coach Travis Lawson said. “We just beat them up front.”

Clifton Ridge coach Charles David agreed.

“We made way too many mistakes, and they shut our running game down,” he said.

Reginald Lewis led the ’Hounds with 178 yards on 13 carries and scored all three touchdowns on long runs.

The Cougars also had three turnovers – a fumble, an interception and a blocked punt, all in the first half – that proved to be more than they could overcome.

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