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Jr. High Bearcats Winning Streak Ends

<p><strong>Turning upfield</strong>. Hayden Fennell tries to run after being thrown a pass in the fourth quarter Thursday.</p>

Turning upfield. Hayden Fennell tries to run after being thrown a pass in the fourth quarter Thursday.

<p><strong>Wrapped up</strong>. Grant Rodatz is thrown to the Jack Berry Stadium turf Thursday in Dover.</p>

Wrapped up. Grant Rodatz is thrown to the Jack Berry Stadium turf Thursday in Dover.

<p><strong>Back to pass.</strong> Brady Brasher (3) looks for a receiver.</p>

Back to pass. Brady Brasher (3) looks for a receiver.

<p><strong>Following his blocker.</strong> Michael Hesson follows Carson Ray (33) through a hole during the seventh grade game.</p>

Following his blocker. Michael Hesson follows Carson Ray (33) through a hole during the seventh grade game.

<p><strong>Checking out.</strong> To the sideline he goes.</p>

Checking out. To the sideline he goes.

The Booneville Jr. High Bearcats saw a four game losing streak end at the hands of Dover 22-6 Thursday night at Jack Berry Stadium.

The Pirates got 117 yards and a touchdown from John Srutka and another 92 yards and a score from Seth Cheak and the Bearcats (5-3) were flagged eight times.

Two of the penalties wiped out completions and two other gifted first downs to the Pirates.

The Bearcat touchdown came on a 32-yard run by Noah Gregory that got the Bearcats to within 8-6 at the 1:05 mark of the opening quarter.

Dover led 16-6 at the half after Srutka went 74 yards for a touchdown and put the game out of reach on 1-yard sneak by Cheak.

Seventh Grade Bearcats 30 Dover 8

Three Marcus Nichols touchdowns and a 70-yard Carson Ray run on the first play of the game led the Bearcats (7-0) to a 30-0 halftime lead.

Nichols ran 6 yards for a touchdown, returned an interception 36 yards for a score and caught a 42 yard touchdown pass.

Carson Ray scored on a 70-yard run.

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