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Armwood 52, Wharton 10

SEFFNER — The touted Armwood defense didn't disappoint, holding Wharton to four first downs and 156 yards of offense.

Quarterback Mywan Jackson led Armwood with 85 rushing yards and 123 passing yards. He ran for one touchdown and passed for three — to Rob Jones, Richard Jones and Eric Gonzalez — as the Hawks totaled 494 yards on offense.

Also for the Hawks, Sherman Jessie rushed for 82 yards and two touchdowns. Tavari Grant rushed for 64 yards on four carries.

"We have so many guys that can do great things," coach Sean Callahan said. "Our biggest problem was getting everyone the ball."

Wharton's lone touchdown came in the third quarter on a 53-yard pass from Andrew Clifford to Sean McEwen.

Sean Fitzgerald, Times correspondent

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