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Wednesday May 6th, 2015 10:44PM

North Hall blitzes Banks County, 63-7

By staff
HOMER -- North Hall warmed up for regular season finale in style on Friday.

The Trojans scored 42 first quarter points en route to a 63-7 defeat of Banks County in Homer -- setting the stage for North Hall's season finale against Buford.

The Trojans (8-1, 5-1 Region 7-AAA) will look to throw the race for the Region 7-AAA crown into a three-way tie next week when the Wolves pay a visit to The Brickyard -- and they certainly showed they have an appetite on Friday.

Andrew Smith and Zac Little each scored twice, while Will Cape and Nolan Tucker also added touchdowns, as North Hall blitzed Banks County in the first 12 minutes.

Little finished with a team-high 89 yards rushing on seven carries, while Smith rushed for 82 yards and passed for 116, completing 4 of 5 passes, along with a touchdown. Tucker caught two passes for 146 yards and two scores on the night.

The Trojans finished with 548 yards of offense, including 360 rushing.

Banks County (0-9, 0-6) committed six turnovers in the loss and managed just 157 total yards.

Banks County will play host to White County next week.
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