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|Pearl River runs past Vidalia|
After trading touchdowns with Pearl River High in the first quarter, the Vidalia Vikings watched as the James Gillum Show took center stage over the next two quarters as the Rebels cruised past the Vikings 54-24 Thursday in Pearl River.
Gillum scored five touchdowns and rushed for 214 yards on 12 carries to become the school's all-time leading rusher in the win.
"I thought he had about 400 yards," said Vidalia coach Dee Faircloth. "We couldn't tackle him with a bazooka. Every time I looked up I saw No. 21's back. He could run outside and then go inside and run right over you. And he has great field vision."
Gillum scored three rushing touchdowns, one receiving and one on a 30-yard interception return. Edward Tillson (1984-87) had held the record with 5,066 yards. Gillum broke the record on a 26-yard touchdown late in the second quarter.
The Rebels scored on their first eight possessions of the game.
Pearl River had not punted in seven quarters.
The streak came to an end in the fourth when the Vikings held the Rebels to six yards on three plays, leading to a 41-yard punt by Adler Tonin.
Quan Riley led Vidalia's offense with 208 yards and a touchdown. Pearl River answered the Vikings' first score with a six-play, 57-yard drive, capped by a Kendall Twillie's 6- yard touchdown run.
Vidalia regained the lead at 12-7 as Caleb Vines hooked up with Reggie Reynolds on a 71-yard scoring play. Reynolds made a quick cut down the sideline for the score.
Pearl River limited Vidalia to minus-3 yards on its final two drives of the half.
Offensively, the Rebels scored on all five first-half possessions.
Pearl River's defense was in control for most of the game, forcing five punts and three turnovers.
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