Three runs, two passes and a blocked punt return account for six TC scores
By Bobby Brockman
Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 10:07 am (Updated: September 15, 10:24 am)
Taylor County made it a school-best 4-0 start with a 40-0 homecoming romp over Breckinridge County on Friday night.
Sophomore quarterback Hunter Christie played a hand in four of the six Cardinal scores with two touchdown runs and two scoring passes.
Daulton Turpin’s 60-yard run gave Taylor County the only points it would need with only 2:22 elapsed in the first frame.
New Cards’ kicker, Aaron Gray, made the first of four extra points for a 7-0 cushion.
After Cody Bast recovered a fumble, Christie kept around left end for a 10-yard tally.
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