Jacksonville Football accomplishes 4-3 record

Kylie McCaherty, Staff Writer

Friday night, October 11th, the Crimsons beat Springfield Southeast in a tough game. In the first half of the game, Jacksonville was down 28-7. Late into the second quarter, junior Chris Pulley scored a touchdown making the score 28-14, giving the fans and the rest of his teammates some hope regarding the remainder of the game. In the second half, Pulley scored five more touchdowns to lead his team to victory. In the third quarter, Pulley scored three straight touchdowns making the score 40-35. Then in the forth quarter, he scored on a five-yard run and a one-yard run, which won the game for the Crimsons. Pulley finished his game with 281 yards on 21 carries, and quarterback Ryan Maul completed 10 out of 13 passes for 103 yards with no interceptions. This win gave Jacksonville a record of 4-3. This Friday, October 18th, Jacksonville will play Sacred Heart-Griffin at home.