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Chiefs spoil Franklinton’s homecoming

By Glenn Allen
THS Sports
For a while it looked like Franklinton’s Demons would be a shutout win for the Chiefs, but a touchdown and field goal late in the game put Franklinton on the board.
The Chiefs walked away with a 56-10 win when the horn sounded to end the game.
The Chiefs’ Amerion Jefferson led the offense going eight for 13 for 184-yards with four touchdown passes. Tyler Ellzey was one for one for 26-yards.
Jeremiah Dillon grabbed four catches for 104-yards and three touchdown receptions. Kendrick Lampton Jr. tossed in four catches for 75-yards, while Jordan Anthony contributed one catch for 31-yards and a touchdown reception.
Tyler Ellzey rushed 13 times for 113-yards and two touchdowns; Ahmad Thompson had four rushes for 52-yards and a touchdown; Amerion Jefferson had four rushes for 52-yards.
Tyren Ratliff rushed once for six-yards and Kendrell Robertson scooped up three kick returns for 113-yards.
The offensive line did a great job with run blocking and pass protection. The offensive line was led by Eddie Ratliff, Brandon Magee, Lontavious Thornton, Demontae Shoto, Jatylon Holloway, Ashton Jefferson, Leroy Bruce, Lee Holmes, Jemorrious Youngblood and Greg Carson.
On the defensive side Jarius Anders had a total of nine tackles, including three tackles for a loss, and a sack. Ahmad Thompson had five tackles, a sack, three hurries and a forced fumble.
Jaydon Clements chalked up six tackles, two sacks, two hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Kyron Cowart had seven tackles, a tackle for a loss, two sacks and a safety.
Jakorvian Long contributed two tackles and an interception;Kendrell Robertson pulled down an interception; Demario Harrell had tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.
The defensive line was led by Wildrekus Johnson, Kyron Cowart, Eddie Ratliff, Ahmad Thompson, Marquez James, Lee Holmes, and Demontae Shoto. The defensive line stood tall the whole game and played hard.


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