WEST POINT HIGH SCHOOL
West Point kicked off its 2013 slate in Batesville on Thursday while Oak Hill and Hebron Christian played their second games of the regular season on Friday night.
OAK HILL ACADEMY
In Holly Springs on Friday, Oak Hill (1-1) looked to halt a high-powered Marshall Academy. In a possession-by-possession duel, Marshall (2-0) took its first lead of the night after a 34-yard strike by Marshall's senior quarterback Dakota Daily with 36 seconds left in the contest, giving the Patriots a 42-36 lead.
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