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|Tensas edges Franklin|
Tensas Academy jumped out to a 24-6 lead over Franklin Academy Friday and held on for a 32-26 win in St. Joseph.
The contest was not a district game, but when the two teams meet again on Oct. 1 it will be a district game.
"We made a lot of mistakes," said Tensas head coach Joe Coats. "Franklin has good size and they wore us down. They look a lot better on the hoof than we do."
Tensas scored first as David Leake hit Farrell Keahey on a touchdown pass. Josh Sikes ran in the conversion.
Tensas added to the lead on its next possession as Ryan Neuroth scored on a run. Jacob Sikes added the conversion run.
Franklin's Chris Hassell scored on a 7-yard run and ran in a conversion for the Cougars.
Tensas went up 24-6 as Andy Hazel scored on a run and Keahey added the conversion.
Kalin Howington of Franklin scored on two short runs, while Rilyn Taylor rushed for 137 yards and a touchdown."
Neuroth added another score for the Chiefs.
"They won the first half and we won the second half, but in the end it wasn't enough and we still lost," said Franklin coach Doyle Hassell. "It was a real physical battle and it came down to the last man standing. But our kids decided to play and played a heckuva game."
"We only dressed out 12 kids because of injuries," Hassell said.
Junior Kyle Knox recovered an onsides kick.
"Kyle gave us some quality minutes," Hassell said.
Franklin is open this Friday before traveling to Veritas.
Tensas travels to Macon to play Central.
"They are huge," Coats said. "Hopefully we can outrun them."
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