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Football: Armwood 52, Chamberlain 0

SEFFNER — Armwood rolled to another easy home victory, pounding Chamberlain with a potent running game and aggressive defense. Hawks junior running back Matt Jones led the way with 226 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries. Armwood had six rushing touchdowns.

"Our offensive line was playing really well tonight and when the hole was there I took my chances," Jones said.

Armwood's defense flexed its muscle, holding Chamberlain to a total of 3 rushing yards while forcing four turnovers.

"As a team we're getting better," Hawks coach Sean Callahan said. "We're playing a lot of people because of the scores, which is good because last year we had some guys banged up when we got to the state semifinals and we weren't able to replace them with quality players."

David Rice, Times correspondent

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