Stranahan can’t overcome six turnovers in loss to Boynton Beach

09/28/2013 12:01 AM

09/28/2013 1:09 AM

With just a one-point lead late in the second quarter against Stranahan, it appeared there might be a chance of Boynton Beach’s undefeated start to the season coming to an end.

But then the Tigers reeled off 34 consecutive points, taking advantage of six Dragons turnovers, en route to a 47-12 District 15-6A victory.

Junior quarterback Lamar Jackson completed only six passes in the game, but four went for touchdowns to four different receivers, and the Boynton defense held Stranahan to just 25 yards rushing. Jackson also ran for 110 yards on 12 carries as he continued his great start to the season.

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