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Dragons end scoreless streak, but Fulton wins 40-7

#4 Fulton used big plays on offense to make short work of the Dragons Friday night, winning in the schools’ first meeting since 1984 by the score of 40-7.

Clinton saw it’s scoreless quarter streak reach 17 before Isaiah Washington punched in a 9-yard touchdown early in the 4th quaretr, but the Dragons’ losing skid reached five games.

Fulton QB Xavier Malone threw for 227 yards and three long touchdowns (47 yards to Joey Smith, 25 to Jashaun Fenderson and 31 yards to Coryean Davis).

The two teams combined for 27 penalties.

Cameron Washington gained 91 yards rushing on 12 carries, while Isaiah Washington added 67 yards and the touchdown.

(Statistics from Dan McWilliams)

Fulton      7-21-12-0—40
Clinton     0- 0-  0-7—  7

Scoring
Fulton—Joey Smith 47 pass from Xavier Malone (Jashaun Fenderson kick), 4:08, 1st
Fulton—Fenderson 25 pass from Malone (Fenderson kick), 11:49, 2nd
Fulton—Coryean Davis 31 pass from Malone (Fenderson kick), 10:33, 2nd
Fulton—Dorian Williamson 1 run (Fenderson kick), 3:00, 2nd
Fulton—DeShaun Page 12 run (kick failed), 9:23, 3rd
Fulton—J’Coryan Anderson 2 run (kick failed), 2:39, 3rd
Clinton—Isaiah Washington 9 run (Garrett Zody kick), 11:12, 4th

Team stats
First downs: Clinton 13, Fulton 17
Rushes-yards: Clinton 36-163, Fulton 27-144
Passing yards: Clinton 33, Fulton 232
Comp.-Att.-Int: Clinton 3-10-2, Fulton 17-25-0
Total plays-yards: Clinton 46-196, Fulton 52-376
Punts-avg: Clinton 3-25.3, Fulton 0-0
Return yardage: Clinton 94, Fulton 94
Sacked-yards lost: Clinton 2-10, Fulton 0-0
Penalties-yards: Clinton 13-72, Fulton 11-97
Fumbles-lost: Clinton 3-2, Fulton 0-0
Time of possession: Clinton 28:10, Fulton 19:50
Time of game: 2 hours, 35 minutes

Individual stats
Rushes – yards
Clinton: Cameron Washington 12-91, I. Washington 10-67 (TD), Ro Hardin 7-9, Reagan McKamey 2-5, Luke Harrison 1-1, Trevon Hill 2-0, Jacob Brock 2-minus 10; Fulton: Page 6-41 (TD), Malone 3-36, Michael  Hobby 3-28, Williamson 5-20 (TD), Terrence Brown 4-19, Joshua Jones 1-9, Anderson 4-minus 3 (TD), Fenderson 1-minus 6

Passing (Completions-Attempts-Interceptions – yards)
Clinton: Brock 2-4-0 18, Harrison 1-6-2 15; Fulton: Malone 16-24-0 227 (3 TDs), Hobby 1-1-0 5

Receptions – yards
Clinton: I. Washington 2-16, C. Washington 1-17; Fulton: Smith 5-88 (TD), Williamson 4-56, Davis 3-41 (TD), Fenderson 2-25 (TD), Robquez Thomas 1-13, Amir Johnson 1-5, Jaquez Booker 1-4

Punting – total yards – average
Clinton: Zody 3-76-25.3; Fulton: none

Kickoff returns – yards
Clinton: Andrew Niner 3-52, Eli Deshomme 1-18, Anthony Shervington 1-13, R. Hardin 1-11; Fulton: Smith 1-2

Punt returns – yards
Clinton: none; Fulton: Williamson 1-1

Interceptions – yards returned
Clinton: none; Fulton: Booker 1-53, Fenderson 1-13

Fumble recoveries
Clinton: none; Fulton: Hobby, Page

Sacks – yards
Clinton: none; Fulton: Page 1-6, Brown 1-4

Missed field goal – yards
Clinton: Zody 47; Fulton: none

About Jim Harris

Jim Harris has been WYSH's News & Sports Director since 2000. In addition to reporting local news, he is the play-by-play voice for Clinton High School football, boys' and girls' basketball and baseball. Catch Jim live weekdays beginning at 6:20 am for live local news, sports, weather and traffic plus the Community Bulletin Board, shenanigans with Ron Meredith and more on the Country Club Morning Show on WYSH & WQLA. Jim lives in Clinton with his wife Kelly and daughter Carolina, his mother-in-law and cats Lucius and Oliver.

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