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Still Unbeaten

Held Scoreless In First Quarter, Red Raiders Still Hit Half-Century Mark In 52-8 Win Over Clarence

October 12, 2013

For the first time this season, the Jamestown Red Raiders were held scoreless in the first quarter. Some observers probably thought their scoring average of 54.8 per game would suffer. It did....

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Oct-12-13 6:21 AM

Big deal!!! No reason to run the score up so high. Put the second string in and don't worry about getting over 50 points. It is not fair to the other team.

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Oct-12-13 8:07 AM

Not "fair" to the other team? Maybe go the game and see for yourself. What if the second string is that good? Go comment on soccer.

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Oct-12-13 8:16 AM

deeser should go to the politically correct camp and get some new pansies while getting reprogrammed by the state. Go Raiders we are proud of you. Keep up the good work.

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Oct-12-13 1:58 PM

There always seems to be some controversy when a team finds success. Every successful team that I have seen in recent years played its starters into the 3rd quarter...Other than Bill Races 1975-77 Golden Falcons, which the starters only played in the 2nd half in a handful of games. In today s brand of high football, teams can score in bunches, so it looks like they are piling the points on when they are actually just playing their style. Many teams play with a wide open, pass first, spread offense and Jamestown has perfected it this year. Jamestown has a good thing going and there isn't any room for negativity. As the season gets deeper into the playoffs starters will have to be seasoned to play longer in games. Great job Red Raiders players and staff. Good Luck and keep it going.

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Oct-19-13 1:29 PM

Gator absolutely right,deeser they are not worried about getting 50, and if it's not fair to the other team then they shouldn't be on the field in the first place. That's one of the problems today, everyone thinks it should be fair, well life's not fair so let them learn early.

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