JV Trojans fall to Clayton

Garner rallied from 14 points down but could not hold the lead as Clayton edged its conference rival on Thursday night at Comet Stadium, 26-21.

The JV Trojans (1-3, 0-1) found themselves down 14-0 early in the second quarter but came storming back with a pair of Tyreese Taylor one from six and the other for three yards to knot the score at 14 heading to the locker room for halftime.

Garner took the lead early in the third quarter on a 33-yard spurt from Taylor and after an Austin Marbrey extra point, Garner led 21-20.

However, that lead would be short lived as Clayton answered back with a quick score and a 26-21 lead after a two-point conversion failed.

But, the Trojans would get no closer as they fell to the Comets 26-21.

Coach Lee and his Trojans are back at home next Thursday at 6:30 when they welcome East Wake to Trojan Stadium. 

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