Billingsley coach Tyson McLean instructs players during a timeout on Friday.
Billingsley coach Tyson McLean instructs players during a timeout on Friday.

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Bears win on homecoming

Published 12:57am Saturday, September 28, 2013

Billingsley was victorious on its homecoming Friday, as the Bears topped Holt, 48-12.

Thomas Nichols completed seven passes in 12 attempts for 136 yards and three touchdowns, two of which were the Bears’ first scores of the game.

Billingsley homecoming: Shannon Caver (sixth from left) was crowned Billingsley’s homecoming queen on Friday. The BHS homecoming attendants were seventh grader MacKenzie Caver, eighth grader Allie Stange, freshman MacKenzie Glass, sophomores Ryan Hunt and Ahryn McMillin, juniors Caitlyn Prevatt and Emma Shepard, and seniors Elizabeth Dotson and Denesha Drake.
Billingsley homecoming: Shannon Caver (sixth from left) was crowned Billingsley’s homecoming queen on Friday. The BHS homecoming attendants were seventh grader MacKenzie Caver, eighth grader Allie Stange, freshman MacKenzie Glass, sophomores Ryan Hunt and Ahryn McMillin, juniors Caitlyn Prevatt and Emma Shepard, and seniors Elizabeth Dotson and Denesha Drake.

Nichols also ran for another score.

Terrance Nolen accounted for two rushing touchdowns.

Tommy Williams caught three passes for 58 yards.

Rashaud Caver paced the defense with 13 tackles.

The Bears led 40-0 at halftime and were never threatened.

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