Both teams had ten possessions per round and three rounds of this type of play to see what their offense and defense could accomplish with out a kick-off or return. The first possession Trigg County started at Marshall Counties ten and looked a bit shaky, though soon picked up the pace. The second time they were given the ball on offense Trigg County’s QB completed a pass for a fifty-five yard gain and accumulated eighty yards on ten plays. On the final offensive stance Trigg County scored a touchdown on a sixty five-yard pass play.
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