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Northside powers past Baldwin

It was all Northside – understatement – at Baldwin Friday. The Eagles won 45-0. It was 21-0 before the first came to an end and 31-0 at the half.

Two more touchdowns in the third made it the final, but it more than likely would have been much worse if not for wholesale substitutions – even as early as the third – and a running clock.

Erick Smith got Northside rolling. His 53-yard kickoff return – one of eight Braves punts; a pair of interceptions were the only things to break the string – set the ball up on the 10. Smith ran it in from there. Cory Munson made it 7-0.

Jadin Daniels, following one of those interceptions – Kentrez Anthony getting the pick – made it a two-touchdown game with a 49-yard run.

That was one of three he had on the ground. He also had one in the air. That came next on a 25-yard touchdown pass to Daniel Neal.

His next was 20 yards and with Munson’s continued point after-perfection made it 28-0.

Deshaun Maine pulled down the second interception a short time later. That resulted in a Munson field goal of 43 yards. Then it was Daniels again, this time from 32 yards out.

Finally, Willie Northern scampered 51 yards for the final score.

With the win, Northside improved to 3-2. The loss kept Baldwin winless at 0-4.


Your Pie Defensive Player of the Game: Kentrez Anthony

McDonald’s Offensive Player(s) of the Game: Seth Watson, Johnathan Glover, Jordan McGee, Calvin Stanley, Malachi Randall

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