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October 12, 2013

Mildred has easy time with Millsap, 70-14

MILDRED — Russell Holden had three touchdowns and Draylon Sterling and Mikey Muncy added two each as Mildred beat Millsap, 70-14, to move to 3-0 in District 6-2A DII. Will Burnham threw three first quarter touchdown passes as Mildred built a 42-7 halftime lead.

Sterling had 136 yards on 10 carries and scored on runs of 9 and 5 yards, the latter of which gave Mildred (5-1) a 35-0 lead midway through the second. Holden had two TD catches in the final minute of the first quarter from 27 and 32 yards.

Millsap fell to 2-4, 1-2, but managed to rush for 176 yards and a pair of TDs.

Up 56-7 after Muncy’s second TD run, Billy Humphries returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown to make it 63-7 Mildred with six minutes to go in the third. Trent Cecil had a 5-yard TD catch, and Hunter Freeman bulled his way into the end zone from three yards out to cap the scoring for Mildred.

Devin O’Sullivan connected on all 10 extra point attempts, and moved to within eight of Cade Foster’s state record of 263 with 255 in his career.

Mildred 70, Millsap 14

Millsap     0   7    0  7 — 14

Mildred  28  14  21  7 — 70

First Quarter

Md — Dralon Sterling 9 run (Devin O’Sullivan kick), 8:15

Md — Mikey Muncy 24 pass from Will Burnham (O’Sullivan kick), 3:32

Md — Russell Holden 27 pass from Burnham (O’Sullivan kick), :41

Md —Holden 32 pass from Burnham (O’Sullivan kick), :17

Second Quarter

Md — Sterling 5 run (O’Sullivan kick), 5:59

Mp — Jaxon Martin 1 run (Mitchell Coker kick), 5:01

Md — Trent Cecil 5 pass from Burnham (O’Sullivan kick), :51

Third Quarter

Md — Holden 54 run (O’Sullivan kick), 11:39

Md — Muncy 6 run (O’Sullivan kick), 8:05

Md — Billy Humphries 30 interception return (O’Sullivan kick), 6:14

Fourth Quarter

Md — Hunter Freeman 3 run (O’Sullivan kick), 7:32

Mp — Morgan DePriest 37 run (Coker kick), 1:18

                           Mp    Md

First downs        12     19

Rush-yards    47-176  28-289

Passing yards    37    149

C-A-I                2-8-1 10-14-0

Fumbles-lost    3-1    2-1

Punts-avg.      7-25    0-0

Penalties-yards 7-45    5-25

Individual

Rushing — Mp: Dylan Burton 20-63, Jordan Richardson 5-77, Coleman Hutchinson 4-5, Morgan DePriest 9-66, Jaxon Martin 6-(-29), Kaden King 3-4. Md: Draylon Sterling 10-136, Mikey Muncy 4-44, Hunter Freeman 3-21, Will Burnham 3-19, Joey Palos 4-14, Russell Holden 2-64, Team 2-(-10).

Passing — Mp: Martin 1-5-1-26, King 1-3-0-11.. Md: Burnham 9-13-0-139, Muncy 1-1-10.

Receiving — Mp: Hutchinson 1-11, Aaron Peninger 1-33. Md:Holden 2-59, Muncy 1-24, Sterling 5-51,  Trent Cecil 1-5, Rusty Knight 1-10.

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