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Senior-laden Stephens County hands young Warriors 61-20 loss

March throws two scores for WGHS

Posted: Saturday, September 22, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 1:14 pm, Mon Sep 24, 2012.

TOCCOA — A few touchdowns late in the game were too little, too late for Walnut Grove as the Warriors fell to Stephens County 61-20.

The Indians’ first score came after an interception gave them a short field at the 26-yard line. It took the Indians only four plays to punch in the ball on a 1-yard touchdown run by Chaz Thornton. Matt Moon’s point after gave the Indians an early 7-0 lead.

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  • warriorfan2013 posted at 1:06 am on Sat, Sep 22, 2012.

    warriorfan2013 Posts: 1

    There are two corrections that need to be made to this article. First, #8 Ron Harris (senior) caught the first touchdown pass! Second the return was by Dmarjay Connor #12, also a senior. My opinion is these young men play their hearts out and it is so disappointing when the local paper can not get the facts right.