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Maryville’s versatility could be scary good

Maryville tight end Brody Sloan tucks the ball away after the catch during Friday’s win over Bearden. Photos by Jolanda Jansma

By Stefan Cooper
Editor
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The KSO doesn’t have this many players.

Maryville turned the ball over four times in the opening half, but a veritable symphony of playmakers on offense hardly missed a beat en route to a 47-14 win over Bearden Friday night at Shields Stadium.

Five Rebels scored touchdowns in the contest, with receivers Ashton Maples and A.J. Davis doubling down, as Maryville (2-0) closed the first half on a wild, 47-yard Hail Mary-heave from quarterback Cade Chambers to Maples.

The Chambers toss traveled 60 yards in the air from the launch point at the Rebel 45.

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