‘Cats look to turn things around in Rankin Friday

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LENORAH – Water Valley was the better of the two Wildcat packs and managed a good road win over Grady with a 60-14 showing Friday at M.W. Tunnell Field in Grady.

Grady was able to handle eve rything Water Valley had to offer except for running back Jeremy Jackson. Grady racked up tackles for loss, defended passes, recovered fumbles and even recorded a safety, but when Water Valley needed a first down or score, the coaching staff called on #20 and he delivered with several long runs and multiple touchdowns.


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