High Point football tops Jefferson, 20-19


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  • Jefferson wide receiver Andrew Benfatti stumbles towards the ground after catching the ball in the second quarter.




  • High Point running back Jake Philip dives for the endzone resulting in a touchdown in the fourth quarter.




  • High Point ball carrier Chad Musilli gets his leg grabbed by Jefferson defender Paul Monaco in the first quarter.




  • High Point ball carrier Chad Musilli gets his leg grabbed by a Jefferson defender in the first quarter. Musilli scored two touchdowns.




  • High Point quarterback Jacob Liscinsky is tackled by Jefferson defender Paul Monaco in the first quarter.




  • In the first half Jefferson ball carrier Ryan Leyden is grabbed by High Point linebacker Storm Goralczyk.



Chad Musilli scored two touchdowns, leading High Point ot a 20-19 win over Jefferson Township on Friday, Sept. 8.

Running back Jake Philip also scored a touchdown for the Wildcats.

Jefferson quarterback Anthony Johnson threw the ball for 258 yards and three touchdowns. Andrew Benfatti made nine receptions for 100 yards and scored two touchdowns for Jefferson. Benfatti also accomplished one interception on defense. Paul Monaco caught one pass good for a touchdown for Jefferson. Linebacker Nick Miller lead Jefferson defensively making 12 tackles and recording 1 sack.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter





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