In their previous meeting, Lexington
routed Johnson City
62 - 0. This time around? Just more of the same. Lexington had all the answers against Johnson City last week, winning 41 - 14.
Lexington got off to a good start with a 20-point offensive effort in the first half. That put it at a 20 - 7 advantage. Its success only continued in the second half, where it racked up an additional 21 points.
One of the most exciting plays for Lexington came from junior Ja'kobe(speedy) Cooper, who provided a 50-yard TD rush in the second quarter.
The defeat dropped Johnson City's record to 5-3. Lexington remains undefeated at home and rose to 9-0.
The two teams have their sights set on raising those records in their upcoming games. Lexington will look to defend its home turf against Florence this Friday at 7:30 PM. Lexington has flexed it offensive muscles in its last nine matchups, so Florence has a real workout ahead of it. As for Johnson City, it will battle it out against Comfort on Friday at 7:30 PM.
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