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George Dohrmann
November 19, 2007
RUNNING WILD In a 40--19 win over Albany (Ga.) last Thursday senior RB Chris Clay of Randolph Clay (Cuthbert, Ga.) had the second-highest rushing total in state history (450 yards) and finished his career as Georgia's third alltime rusher (7,695 yards). This season Clay ran for 2,022 yards.
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November 19, 2007

National Notebook

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RUNNING WILD
In a 40--19 win over Albany (Ga.) last Thursday senior RB Chris Clay of Randolph Clay (Cuthbert, Ga.) had the second-highest rushing total in state history (450 yards) and finished his career as Georgia's third alltime rusher (7,695 yards). This season Clay ran for 2,022 yards.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Parkway West ( Ballwin, Mo.) senior QB Blaine Gabbert, MVP of the Elite 11 quarterback camp, switched his oral commitment from Nebraska to Missouri last Saturday. He struggled this season with an injured shoulder, completing just 45 of 102 passes for 614 yards, but is still rated a five-star recruit.

GROUND FORCE
Nashua South and Londonderry ran for 662 total yards in last Saturday's New Hampshire Division I semis, won by South 35--31 as David Zocco ran for 201 yards. In the final South will face Pinkerton Academy (Derry), which didn't attempt a pass in its 34--7 win over Manchester West.

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