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Published 12:09am Saturday, September 15, 2012

Washington coach Sport Sawyer couldn’t have asked for a better way to start Coastal Conference play as the Pam Pack cruised past Jacksonville 35-0 on Friday.
Jimmy Williams returned to action from a hip injury and looked impressive as he connected on five of his eight pass attempts for 151 yards and three scores to lift the Pam Pack’s record to 4-1 (1-0).
“The first quarter we came out and moved the ball really well,” Sawyer said. “We made some big plays, and defensively we shut them down pretty much all night long.”
Washington’s WR/RB Stevie Green continued to dazzle for the Pam Pack as he caught touchdown passes of 70 and 32 yards. Sophomore Markel Spencer was a force in the ground game as he carried the ball 14 times for a team-high 151 yards, which included a 41-yard TD run.
“Our pass game was able to open things up for our running and our running helped out our passing,” Sawyer said.
Washington also got a big boost from its special teams as Baylone Guilford blocked a field goal attempt and Jamond Ebron returned it 71 yards for a score.
Defensively, Washington was stellar once again as it pitched its second shutout in three games.
“Jack Rodman, E.J. Peartree, Jeremiah Windley, Baylone Guilford and the guys up front did a good job,” Sawyer said. “It was just good night for us.”
The Pam Pack will be back in action on Friday when it returns home to play West Craven.

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