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Page keeps pace with Giles County


Page High School's football team stayed unbeaten in District 12-AA, winning 34-7 at East Hickman on Friday night to remain headed toward a regular-season finale showdown with co-leader Giles County.

Page's Zak Mizell (7), left, had 313 yards and 4 TDs on Friday. (FHP file photo)

Junior quarterback Zak Mizell threw for 313 yards and four touchdowns, starting the scoring with a 63-yarder to Booker Leach.

He also had two other scoring strikes of at least 30 yards, both to Donte DeSalle, in head coach Charles Rathbone's wide-open attack.

Damian Lockridge added a 4-yard TD run as the Patriots took a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.

Taylor Wallace also caught a touchdown pass from Mizell, in the fourth quarter.

Page (5-2, 5-0) has games remaining against Hickman County at home at 7 p.m. next Thursday; at Marshall County at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 (TV: WXUP-Channel 30; and at home vs. defending champion Giles County at 7 p.m. Oct. 26.

Page                      21           7              0              6              --             34
East Hickman         0            0              7              0              --               7

First quarter
P-Leach 63 pass from Mizell. Laster kick.
P-Lockridge 4 run. Laster kick.
P-DeSalle 33 pass from Mizell. Laster kick.

Second quarter
P-DeSalle 30 pass from Mizell. Laster kick.

Third quarter
E-Graham 14 pass from King. Nims kick.

Fourth quarter
P-Wallace 8 pass from Mizell. Kick failed.

Individual stats
Passing: Page, Zak Mizell 16-31--1; EH, Austin King 17-42--1

Rushing: Page, Damian Lockridge 8-59, Zak Mizell 5-37, Zac Weiland 4-28, Austin Madge 1-3, Dylan Webb 1-1, Tyler Thieman 1-1, 1-(-4); EH, Joseph Collier  11-58, Austin King 9-30, T.J. Smith 1-6, Nathan Tatum 1-4

Receiving: Page, Booker Leach 3-87, Donte DeSalle 2-63, Taylor Wallace 3-52, Austin Madge 2-70, Zac Weiland 2-27, Cody Williams 2-9, Ryan Holguin 1-4, Damian Lockridge 1-1; EH, Brandon Harvill 5-46, Landon Graham 4-32, Trey Phillips 3-18, T.J. Smith 3-18, Joseph Collier 2-13

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