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Louisville throws four touchdowns to beat West Point 35-14

August 20, 2013

West Point senior running back Aeris Williams turns the corner on a carry against the Louisville Wildcats Saturday. Williams gained 124 yards on 17 carries and rushed for one touchdown. (Photo by Will Nations, DTL)

STARKVILLE — Wyatt Roberts with four touchdown passes proved why Saturday afternoon the Louisville Wildcats are tabbed by many to contend for a MHSAA
3-A state title this fall as the Wildcats defeated 5-A favorite West Point, 35-14.

The 6-foot, 200-pound senior quarterback went nine of 13 for 257 yards as the Wildcats air attack raided the West Point secondary during the two-quarter scrimmage at Mississippi State University’s Davis Wade Stadium– a part of the New Hope High School jamboree.

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