Duncanville DEFEATS Lancaster with a 34-0 Victory

Photo by:Sarah Colchado

Photo by:Sarah Colchado

Photo by:Sarah Colchado

Kevon Gee, Staff

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Last Friday at Panther Stadium in Duncanville TX. The Duncanville Panthers defeated the Lancaster Tigers with a 34-0 victory.

Duncanville was lead to a touchdown by quarterback Ja’Quinden Jackson. The Panthers got off to a great start, with a 1-0 record, and are currently the No.2 6A team in the area.


Lead by a stiff defense, the Panthers hit the field running in the first quarter with a touchdown run by running back Trysten Smith to take a 10-0 lead. Later in the second quarter Duncanville quarterback Ja’Quinden Jackson connected with receiver Anthony Jones for an 18-yard touchdown pass.

Javon Fountain also contributed a touchdown on the night.

On this coming Friday 9/7/2018, Duncanville will take on the South Oak Cliff Golden Bears at John Kincaide Stadium in Dallas TX, at 7:30pm.


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Kevon Gee, Author/Editor/Broadcaster/Writer

When I was young I always wanted to be in this kind of activity, outside of wanting to be a CFSP and a detective I could actually see myself being a broadcaster or a person who works with Audio/Video production. This particular program at Duncanville High School under the direction of Mr.Clifford Reed will definitely go far. Even after I graduate I will always come back to DHS to visit this program and see how far it has gone. I also feel like this is a good way out if you don’t want to play sports. In my spare time, I enjoy helping others create and update websites, I also go and do volunteer work at Golden Gate Funeral Home which I will start working for after going to mortuary school. I also like to go to church and a lot more! Duncanville always has been more focused on football and basketball than anything else. This year might change that, and enlighten the Audio/Video Production Program! This program will become the face of Duncanville High School and the community one day!

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