Gators rip Franklin County 54-0

Published: Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 09:01 AM.

Ranie had three carries in the opening quarter and converted them into touchdown runs of 80, 76 and 86 yards.

“What is that, about an 80-yard per carry average?” Kizziah said with a chuckle. “That would be pretty good to maintain this season, but I really don’t think it will.

“We had to dial it back pretty quickly. We did not run up the score on them. We played our junior varsity and reserves from the second quarter on.”

The big plays weren’t entirely Ranie’s.
Javar Hill, the tight end turned fullback, had 30 yards in just three carries and backup quarterback Hunter Hysmith dashed 50 yards for a score. Brett Satterfield had a 59-yard touchdown run.

Ranie also hit all three of his passes.

Even as the Gators tried to run out the clock on the game’s final play they couldn’t help but score as Kaleb Shiver scampered 50 yards for a touchdown.

“We played hard,” Kizziah said. “We had a lot of mistakes like lining up in the wrong spot or shooting through the wrong gap on defense, but those are fixable

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