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Vikings celebrated homecoming with a 38-6 win over Ridgeland



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Zack Evans: Photo by Richard Miller
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Warren Central High School football team celebrated homecoming in style by crushing Ridgeland 38-6.

Zack Evans broke out for a 50-yard touchdown after a solid block from Jadarius Miller. Jonah Artman kicked the good extra point. The Viking defense held their own early in the game as TK Qualls grabbed a nice sack along with a big stop by Julien Demby.

WC football team

Photo by Richard Miller

Quick runs by Teryn Green and Eric Collins Jr. helped set up a one-yard touchdown run from Maddox Lynch. Aden Greer would also score on a three yard run before the end of the quarter.

Eric Collins running

Photo by Richard Miller

WC’s defense continued to make big plays as Ronnie Blossom came up with a fumble recovery. With 3:24 left in the half, freshman quarterback Nash Morgan hit Lynch for a 15-yard touchdown pass as they went up 28-0.

Midway through the third quarter, Artman nailed a 39-yard field goal to put the score at 31-0. The Titans would get on the board at the beginning of the fourth on a three yard score.

The final score of the night occurred late in the fourth when Ryan Nelson scrambled to the left side of the field for a 19 yard touchdown. Offensive linemen Spencer Smith, Don Taylor, Beau Davis, Nic Westcott and CJ King all provided good blocking throughout the night.

The Vikings are now 4-2 on the season and they will host Vicksburg on Friday.



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