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Harris, Williams combine for 700+ yards from scrimmage


Redwood came out to the showdown guns ablaze, but in the end Tulare had just a little more fire power and came away with a 49-41 win on Friday at Bob Mathias Stadium.

Redwood running back Justin Williams and Tulare running back Romello Harris combined for more than 700 yards from scrimmage.

Harris led all rushers with 38 carries for 390 yards and four touchdowns. While Williams rushed 26 times for 252 yards and three touchdowns, plus caught three passes for 101 yards and a touchdown.

Tulare got on the board first with a 19-yard touchdown pass from Josh Guerrero to Emoryie Edwards. But Redwood responded with three touchdown runs of 62, 51 and 38 yards by Williams.

At one point in the second quarter, Redwood led 21-6.

However after the two squads exchange touchdowns, Tulare went on a three-touchdown streak of its own during the second and third quarters.

The two squads continued to exchange touchdowns in the second half, but Jace Pimentel’s 41-yard kickoff return was the final touchdown to seal the win for Tulare.

Redwood quarterback Frankie Ayon went 11-for-18 for 191 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, plus he rushed for a one-yard score.

Tulare quarterback Josh Guerrero went 8-for-19 for 130 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

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