GARLAND – Princeton football was clicking on all cylinders from the first snap of the ball last Friday in a 45-6 win over South Garland at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.
The Panthers (1-0) got off to a fast start with a 6-yard touchdown run on their first possession by Jay Hill.
That was set up by excellent field position from a fumble off an exchange by South Garland’s DJ Williams and Jaquarion Turner, followed by a screen pass to Hill for a gain of 22 yards.
After a 40-yard punt, the Panthers drove the field 81 yards capped off by a 34-yard touchdown pass to Tristan Gee from Strickland.
By Clay Foster • Contributing Writer • [email protected]
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