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LAST WEEK: Liberty-Eylau evened its record and claimed a 56-15 Homecoming win over Jefferson.

THIS WEEK: The Leopards travel to Atlanta.

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: RB Marquarius Price had 15 carries for 98 yards and three touchdowns, QB Cal Jones had 76 yards rushing, and RB Imahd Hicks added 27 yards and two TDs. QB JJ Hampton threw for 165 yards on 7-of-11 passing with a 34-yard score to Rodric Galloway. Chris Lewis also had a 38-yard punt return for a score. WR Kayden Cooper had three grabs for 107 yards.

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Cal Jones had an interception, as did Keenue Shepard who brought his back 33 yards for a touchdown. Jayce Banks recovered two fumbles. Greg London and Shawn White led the defense, which allowed just 152 yards of total offense, with eight tackles, including seven solo stops, each. Michael Riley also had eight tackles, and Tracy Revels added six stops.

COACH DEWASKI DAVIS: "We worked the last two weeks to fix a lot of things that haunted us in our first game: we weren't finishing drives and capitalizing on getting in the red zone. We pushed the kids really hard during our open week to clean up some things; we say we're our own worst enemy, so we just have to play to our ability and take care of ourselves.

"We played 7-on-7 (during the summer) and scored a lot of points, and to not score in our opener was a little bit of a shock to us. We knew we were better than that and felt like we made some big strides in this game. Our kids played with purpose and intensity."

 

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