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After claiming their first win of the 2012 season, the Woodrow Wilson football team is eager to win their second. They'll get their chance on Friday, September 14 when they take to the road to play The Colony High School.

The Woodrow Wilson offense took off last week against Fort Worth Eastern Hills. Quarterback Sam Keeter provided all the fireworks with 176 passing yards and two touchdowns on just eight completions. The running game kept on grinding and managed to rack up 91 yards on 27 carries. Running back Jamal Fofanah, who got the majority of the carries, scored the lone rushing touchdown.

The offense scored the points but the Woodrow Wilson defense was what turned the game into a blow out. In all, the Wildcats allowed Fort Worth Eastern Hills to gain only 79 total yards the entire game last week. The defense was relentless forcing eight fumbles (recovering six of them) and also picking up an interception.

Against The Colony, the Woodrow defense will need to be wary of running back Bryan Hammond. Hammond is a workhorse who has already compiled 54 rushing attempts for 250 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Troy Chandler is an efficient passer with 12 completions for 110 yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Kick-off for the game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

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