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McAdams High School trudges onward following a 16-6 victory over West Tallahatchie on the road.
Eight second-quarter points and eight fourth-quarter points were all the Bulldogs needed.
There were six lead changes through five innings, before French Camp Academy pulled away in the final two frames to defeat host McAdams High School 15-9 on Monday, in a slow-pitch softball contest.
A tenacious Ethel High School defense and rain-soaked Bulldogs Stadium field held an imposing McAdams High School offense in check until junior-blur Kristopher Brown rushed for a 17-yard touchdown, en route to a 30-0 McAdams victory.
Kendrion Boatman has all the tools to play at the next level.
He certainly has the size at 6-foot-4 and 300 pounds, but better yet he has the desire and intensity required to compete against the best.
To say that McAdams’ Percy Lewis is the big man on campus would be somewhat of an understatement.
Lewis, who stands 6-foot-7 and weighs 325 pounds, is the latest member of The Star-Herald Top 10 football players to watch.
To say that McAdams football coach Jim Risen has had difficulty putting together a football schedule would be an understatement.
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