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Indians top Baconton, Homecoming is Friday

Seminole County’s offensive line of Cooper Bell, Lee Martin, Clay Smith, Payton Bishop, Dendric Reynolds and Justin Johnson paved the way for 306 yards rushing (6.0 per carry) and four touchdowns in a 30-14 victory over Baconton Charter last Friday. The Indians played their best offensive game of the year and remained undefeated in Region 1A play.

Stacy Butler led all rushers with 145 yards on 23 carries and Shamal Hopkins had two touchdowns and 60 yards on 12 carries. Zion Harris had the longest run of the night for 30 yards.  The Seminole County defense wax solid and held the Blazers to eight points and only 120 total offensive yards.

This week the Indians get ready for their Homecoming Game with Stewart County. Head Coach Wes Williams commented, “The Royal Knights have a much improved team and come into this week’s game with a 2-1 record. They run the Wing T offense, so our defense really has to focus on our keys this week. We are excited about being back at home and can’t wait to see all the Indian fans Friday night.”

Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. at Seminole Stadium in Donalsonnville.

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