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Sports : Princeton, behind QB Hartley, runs past Putnam County, 31-8
Posted by Tom on 2012/9/5 8:10:00 (276 reads) News by the same author

Princeton quarterback Colton Hartley ran for three touchdowns and over 300 yards, as the Tigers picked up their first win of the 2012 football season, 31-8 on Friday night at Putnam County High School, in a game from Unionville broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

The Tigers scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, although the conversion attempts failed on both. A safety and field goal in the second quarter gave Princeton a 17-8 halftime advantage, with the Midgets scoring their only points of the night in the second quarter on a touchdown and two point conversion.

Two Princeton touchdowns, one in the third quarter and one in the fourth, with the PAT converted after both scores, completed the scoring. Princeton, now 1-1 on the season, will HOST South Harrison this Friday night, with coverage planned on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. Putnam County looks for its first win of the season at Trenton at 7 o'clock, on Hot Country Z 101.7 and www.kgozfm.com.

Here are the rest of the WEEK 2 scores from across the listening area:

Milan 54, Albany 0
Kirksville 26, Chillicothe 6
Schuyler County 7, Marceline 6
North Platte 35, Derrick Thomas Academy 6
Maysville 18, Mid-Buchanan 6
Salisbury 38, Braymer 0
Hamilton 41, Gallatin 6
Brookfield 12, Highland 3
Westran 37, Carrollton 8
South Harrison 27, East Buchanan 0
Lone Jack 9, King City 6
Fayette 10, North Shelby 6
Lathrop 14, Polo 0
SJ Benton 13, Grain Valley 12
SJ Lafayette 33, Marshall 12
Bishop LeBlond 43, Kansas City East 0
Excelsior Springs 31, Cameron 7
Maryville 43, St. Pius X 7
Smithville 7, KC Center 6
Savannah 28, Harrisonville 12
Plattsburg 56, St. Mary's 0
Lawson 12, Richmond 8
Lee's Summit 34, Kearney 17
Southwest Livingston 42, Union Star 6 (Eight Man)

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