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Wildcats beat Mustangs
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Richmond Hill High School put together its first four-win season in 14 years with a 32-21 win over South Effingham.

After falling behind in the third quarter, Richmond Hill rallied to score the games final two scores and a stiffened defense to shutdown the Mustangs the rest of the way.

Senior quarterback Eli Thompson set up a score with a long run and finished with 82 yards rushing, but T.J. Franklin had the biggest day with three rushing touchdowns of 80, 36 and 1 yard.

David Katzman added a 1-yard score and Alex Cruz a 48-yard touchdown.

On defense, Richard Cohen had 8 tackles and an assist, Conner Beeson had 8 tackles, Mark Smith had 6 tackles and Andy Balas had 4 tackles and 2 assists.

Richmond Hill ended its season 6-4 overall and 0-5 in Region 2A-AAAA. It was the first four win season for Richmond Hill since 1996.

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