Tifton Gazette


September 15, 2012

Turner makes short work of Calhoun County

TIFTON — Up 40-0 at the half Friday  night over visiting Calhoun County, the Turner County Rebels ended up cruising to a 40-14 victory.

Luke Soliday opened the scoring for Turner in the first quarter with a 29-yard touchdown pass to Quan Hillmon.

That would be followed by touchdowns from Tederick Moore (13 yard run), Yusuf Muhammad (interception return), Soliday, Moore again (10 yard run) and Nate Martin (10 yard pass from Soliday).

The Turner defense was strong holding Calhoun to 14 total yards in the first half, and 124 in the game.

Turner had a balanced attack with 143 yards on the ground, and 124 through the air.

Soliday was 9-for-14 passing in the game for the 124 yards.

Turner will be on the road Friday at Nashville to face Berrien High.

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