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Updated: 10/04/2013 06:27:58PM

Running attack sparks Bulldogs romp

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ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Kari Williams (left) and Terrell Gordon take a break as they watch the defense in the second period. Together they accounted for 394 yards and six touchdowns as the Bulldogs rolled over East Lee County 47-28.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Bulldog speedster Tajahs Jackson is pretty happy as he watches the action in the 47-28 DeSoto win September 13. Jackson caught two touchdown passes and added another score on a 44-yard interception return.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

DeSoto offensive linemen Rayshawn Stroman and Stefan "Thumpa" Williams celebrate the team's 47-28 win. Both Terrell Gordon and Kari Williams gave credit to the offensive line for opening big holes and protecting Williams as he passed.

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East Lee County defenders struggled all night to contain running back Terrell Gordon, who shredded the Jaguars for 255 yards rushing and two touchdowns during the game.

PHOTO BY DANA CLAUSING

Bulldogs quarterback Kari Williams had a great night through the air against the Jaguars, throwing for 139 yards and four touchdowns in the Bulldogs 47-28 romp.

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Running back Terrell Gordon freezes an East Lee County defender as he makes a cut during a run. Gordon rushed for 255 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs 47-28 win.

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Junior Dewayne Hearns runs by a Jaguar defender during action in the Bulldogs 47-28 win over East Lee County.

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The key to Desoto County’s victories this season has been to keep Terrell Gordon smiling. The powerful and speedy running back amassed 255 yards and two touchdowns and sat out most of the fourth quarter in a blowout 47-28 win over East Lee County.

“I feel real good. I was even smiling in the fourth quarter one time,” Gordon said. “I normally don’t like to smile but my team made me smile tonight.”

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