Playing in his first home playoff game as the Greenies starter, Butcher certainly didn't show any jitters. The junior tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another to fuel the Newman attack. HOW IT WAS WONNewman got off to a quick start, scoring on its first two drives thanks in large part to the arm of quarterback Martin Butcher. The junior tossed a 40-yard touchdown pass to classmate Murray Calhoun to put the Greenies up 7-0 early.
The senior running back had a huge game for the Griffins, finishing with 189 yards on 16 carries, including two rushing scores of 35 and 80 yards. HOW IT WAS WONThe first points came courtesy of Dutchtown on its second drive as the Griffins moved 55 yards in six plays. The scoring play was a 32-yard touchdown pass from Drelon Monroe to Jordan Jackson. The Tigers answered on the ensuing kickoff as junior Ishmael Burdine rumbled into the end zone from 96 yards out to pull even at 7.
Playing in his final regular season game at Jack Salter Stadium, the senior stepped up, and in a big way. He not only finished the game with 39 carries for 241 yards and three scores on runs of eight, 18 and 4 yards, respectively, he also surpassed 6,000 career rushing yards. HOW IT WAS WONThe Lions put their offense on display early by moving the ball down the field efficiently, but the Skippers put a stop to the drive as Nick Jones picked off a Joshua Alfaro pass and returned it 95 yards.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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