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|ACCS improves to 4-1|
Adams County Christian School improved to 4-1 on the season as the Rebels defeated Prairie View 28-6 Friday in Bastrop.
"We have a simple mindset, we don't overlook anybody," said AC coach Paul Hayles. "We learned a lesson in that if we would have come in more focused against Hillcrest we could have won that game."
Kent Yates tossed a 48-yard TD pass to Lee Swinney and also scored on a 1-yard run.
Yates also scored on a 1-yard run and threw to Dillon Johnson on a conversion.
Bryce Murray scored on a 12-yard run and Christopher Perry had a 2-yard scoring run. and Johnny Smith added an extra point.
Yates was 7-of-12 for 86 yards while Brandon Sanders had 16 carries for 73 yards to lead the Rebels' ground game.
Perry was the team's leading tackler with seven solo tackles and one assist.ACCS will have a much tougher opponent next Friday night when the Rebels travel to McComb to take on Class AAA Parklane at 7 p.m.
"They are one of the better teams in the state," Hayles said.
Bo Milton is in his first year as head coach at Parklane.
Milton replaces longtime head coach Charlie Newlon.
Milton, 37, is a Northwestern (La.) State University graduate. He coached two years at Brookhaven Academy, winning two district championships and posting a 19-6 record.
Milton moved to Brookhaven after a successful stint at Tri-County Academy in Flora. He played football for Coach Newlon at Parklane.
"They have a superb running back (Josh Armstreet), a young quarterback with a strong arm (Steven Swindle) and tremendously skilled people around him. They have have a lineman (Josh Cunningham) who is 6-4, 315 pounds. We have to play mistake-free football and stick to their assignments."
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