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Joe Lemire
December 10, 2007
SLOWING A RUNAWAY TRAIN Karns City (Pa.) was the first team this season to hold Jeannette (Pa.) to fewer than 40 points—but it still lost by the mercy rule. Led by five-star QB recruit Terrelle Pryor (three TDs), 14--0 Jeannette beat the 12--1 Gremlins 35--6 in the Class AA quarterfinal last Saturday and set the state's season scoring record with 770 points.
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December 10, 2007

National Notebook

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SLOWING A RUNAWAY TRAIN
Karns City (Pa.) was the first team this season to hold Jeannette (Pa.) to fewer than 40 points—but it still lost by the mercy rule. Led by five-star QB recruit Terrelle Pryor (three TDs), 14--0 Jeannette beat the 12--1 Gremlins 35--6 in the Class AA quarterfinal last Saturday and set the state's season scoring record with 770 points.

BOLEN 'EM OVER
Grandview ( Aurora, Colo.) senior RB Bo Bolen ran for 115 yards and three TDs to lead the Wolves to a 20--14 OT victory over Douglas County ( Castle Rock) in the Class 5A title game last Saturday. Bolen finished the year with 32 TDs and was the 5A leader in rushing with 2,377 yards.

HUSKIES DRAW A PAIR
Washington coach Tyrone Willingham received oral commitments last Friday from Lakes High ( Lakewood, Wash.) TE Kavario Middleton (45 catches, 522 yards, eight TDs), Rivals.com's No. 1 in-state player and WR Jermaine Kearse (55 catches, 903 yards, eight TDs), the No. 5 recruit.

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