Five Wildcats had at least four carries, and quarterback Tyreke Wilson, who led the way with 13 carries for 57 yards, completed passes to seven different receivers, led by Brandon Wilson with four for 98 yards and two touchdowns.
The game had an odd start – just before kickoff, lights on the visitor’s side of Perdue Field went out, as did the scoreboard. The opening kick was delayed until the lights began working, but the scoreboard was off until the second quarter.
The Marshals took advantage of the situation, with Lane Roberts hitting Jared Robinson for a 35-yard touchdown pass on their first drive. Trigg answered with a pair of first-quarter scores, one on a three-yard run by Skylar Pool and another on Brandon Wilson’s first touchdown, a 44-yard catch.
“We came out a little lethargic, and the scoreboard wasn’t on, so there was just an awkward feel to the game,” Trigg head coach Coby Lewis said. “Once our kids jumped in the Wildcat set on offense and scored real quick, we were good to go.”
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