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Pasco 56, Anclote 6

Pasco scored 49 points in the first half Thursday before pulling most of its starters in a dominating win over first-year Anclote.

Pirates running back Janarion Grant broke open the scoring on the second play of the game with a 52-yard touchdown run. He added an 8-yard touchdown later in the half.

Pirates quarterback D.J. Clower ran for a 12-yard touchdown, then threw for three more connecting with Hakeeme Ishmar (27 yards), Marcus Hicks (74 yards) and Mitch Wozniak (75 yards).

Times staff

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Pasco 56, Anclote 6 10/15/09 [Last modified: Thursday, October 15, 2009 11:42pm]
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