Lassiter’s Derrik Allen, left, and Akeem McLetchie, team up to tackle Kell running back Ivan Walls during Friday’s game. With a pair of strong performances against perennial playoff teams, the Trojans are looking to continue their resurgent defense into Region 5AAAAAA play, beginning with their next game at rival Walton. 
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Lassiter’s Derrik Allen, left, and Akeem McLetchie, team up to tackle Kell running back Ivan Walls during Friday’s game. With a pair of strong performances against perennial playoff teams, the Trojans are looking to continue their resurgent defense into Region 5AAAAAA play, beginning with their next game at rival Walton.
Staff photo by Kathryn Ingall
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The Braves’ Andrelton Simmons, left, and Jace Peterson nearly collide while trying to catch a fly ball in the eighth inning of Sunday’s Yankee romp. 
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The Braves’ Andrelton Simmons, left, and Jace Peterson nearly collide while trying to catch a fly ball in the eighth inning of Sunday’s Yankee romp.
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Jason Day is congratulated by his son, Dash, after winning at The Barclays on Sunday. 
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Jason Day is congratulated by his son, Dash, after winning at The Barclays on Sunday.
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The Japanese players celebrate their country’s 10th Little League World Series title, which came after they allowed 10 runs in the first inning.
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The Japanese players celebrate their country’s 10th Little League World Series title, which came after they allowed 10 runs in the first inning.
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Prep Roundup: Shiloh Hills rolls past King’s Way
by MDJ staff reports
August 30, 2015 10:28 PM | 118 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Shiloh Hills Christian snapped a long losing streak to rival King’s Way Christian on Friday, winning 48-20. The Challengers (1-1) had an edge from the start, leading 20-8 at halftime, and beat King’s Way for the first time since 2008. Shiloh Hills prevailed despite ending the eight-man football game with just nine healthy players dressed. Behind a line of Drew Lofton, Chase Blount and Jon Torgerson, Jonny Jenkins carried the ball 21 times for 356 yards and four touchdowns. Nate Shipley totaled 113 yards and two touchdowns. Jenkins, Blount and Joshua Jenkins each made 14 tackles on defense. Shiloh Hills will travel to Harvester Christian on Friday.
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