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McGregor ran for 327 yards as the Bulldogs topped Marlin. Aaron Osborne led the way with 84 yards and a touchdown, followed by Jonathan Phenix with 65 yards, Cade Zacharias with 64 yards and Jose O’Campo with 62 yards.

“He had that ‘get on my shoulder’ mentality,” his head coach said. “He just took over the game.”

Defenders can’t get a clean shot on him. They always seem to miss when going after Jaquorian Johnson.

A week ago under the Friday night lights, Devin Wilson launched a 55-yard pass that Clay Richters hauled in at the back of the end zone. It wasn’t ruled a touchdown, though, as a referee said Richters bobbled the ball and didn’t have full possession before going out of bounds. Whitney coach Kenneth Gilchrist argued that the referee wasn’t in position.

MART — In district play alone last season, Mart whipped its competition by a combined score of 250-43. The Panthers throttled their foes by an average of 41.4 points. Their closest district contest was against Bosqueville in a match-up the Panthers won, 26-21.

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