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Isabella, Jemison, Maplesville all improve to 3-0

Published 12:28am Saturday, September 14, 2013

Jemison was among three local teams to improve to 3-0 with wins Friday.

The Panthers won at Carbon Hill, 39-12, despite a slow start.

JHS led just 13-0 at halftime, scoring on a 10-yard pass from Kevin Nunn to Randy Satterfield and on a 59-yard run by Satterfield.

Carbon Hill cut into the lead with a touchdown run with 6:35 remaining in the third quarter, but Satterfield answered right back by returning the ensuing kickoff 82 yards for a touchdown.

Just about 1 minute into the fourth quarter, a nine-yard touchdown run by Keyshawn Jemison seemed to open the floodgates, as the Panthers would then score on a 70-yard run by John Underwood and a 68-yard run by Jimmy Archie in a matter of minutes.

JHS rolled to 548 rushing yards on 36 attempts.

Underwood led the way with 196 yards on 10 carries.

RaeQuane Jones tallied 20.5 tackles and one sack.

Maplesville, meanwhile, defeated Sunshine 75-0.

The Red Devils led 56-0 at halftime.

Isabella won at Prattville Christian, 41-20.

DeRodgus Campbell returned the game’s opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown, and the Mustangs never looked back, even though PCA scored on its first possession to pull within one point of the lead.

Jacob Carroll bulled in from 1 yard out to begin the second quarter, and Campbell scored again soon thereafter, on a 61-yard run.

A snap over the PCA punter’s head set Isabella up for a 10-yard Tyler Smith scoring run just before halftime.

Trailing 28-6 coming out of the break, PCA drove to the Isabella 1-yard line only to have a fumble recovered by Campbell.

The Mustangs promptly marched 99 yards for a score, the final 25 yards coming on a Smith run.

Cambpell scored again, in the fourth, on a 28-yard run.

Austin Brasher ended PCA’s last possession with an interception.

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