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Trinity Episcopal has a lot of weapons for the 2010 season.
And most of them contributed to the scoring in a 54-8 rout of Prairie View in Natchez in the season-opener Friday.
"The kids came out and did what they had to do," said Trinity coach David King. "We had some mistakes, but they are correctable."
Trinity, the defending MAIS Class 1A state champion, needed just 86 seconds to get on the board as Jake Winston gathered in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Givonni Dent.Dent scored on a 14-yard keeper with 5:42 remaining in the first period. Zach Marshall's first of six PATs put the Saints up 13-0.
Kent King added to the rout with a 50-yard TD run to give the Saints a 19-0 first quarter advantage.
Scoring twice during a span of one minute, 20 seconds late in the second quarter, Trinity put the game out of reach at the half.
Daniel Dunaway scored on a 3-yard run and Dent passed 19 yards to Tanner Cage to put the Saints in command 33-0.
Trinity added three defensive touchdowns in the second half to put allow more substitutes into the contest.
Eric James and Tip McKenzie returned interceptions for touchdowns from 30 and 60 yards out, respectively, as Trinity opened up a 47-0 third quarter spread.
Prairie View broke up the shutout early in the fourth quarter on a 25-yard pass to Curtis Blakely from Cody Smith.
Garrett Laird ran the 2-point conversion.
Dent, who had a hand in four touchdowns, closed out the scoring with a 75-yard fumble return with 3:30 remaining.
Trinity rushed for 205 yards on 22 carries, an average of 9.3 yards per carry.
King led the way with 145 yards and a touchdown on 13 attempts.
Dent accounted for 105 yards of total offense (72 passing, 33 rushing).
Trinity plays at East Rankin Friday in Pelahatchie.
The Patriots are a Class 3A MAIS team.
"They are a very much improved team and we will find out how good we are," King said. "We have East Rankin and Centreville (at home) coming up behind them. The kids are excited about it, but those are two tough tasks."
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