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STJ Football Gets Big Win

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St. Joe football got to play on the big stage at Memorial Stadium last Friday night.
The Flyers delivered a big time performance, scoring 56 unanswered points on the way to a 63-20 win over previously unbeaten Yorktown. Junior quarterback Jacob Bordovsky ran for four touchdowns and passed for two more, as St. Joe picked up almost 440 yards total offense. Many good things for the Flyers from that game. I asked head coach Bryan Jones what impressed him the most about his team in that win. "The execution. That's what impressed me the most. Just like we had practiced, we were getting on blocks like we thought we would. Just seeing everybody execute the way that we draw it up was pretty nice."
St. Joe football starts district play this Friday night at Houston Second Baptist. Update on that game planned for Friday Football Fever, 10:20 Friday night after Newscenter 25 at ten. 


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed former Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles to help during Leonard Fournette's absence.
    
The 31-year-old Charles worked out for the team Tuesday morning and signed a one-year contract in the afternoon.
    
The Jaguars (3-2) lost third-string running back Corey Grant (foot) for the season and don't expect to have Fournette back for several more weeks. They promoted first-year back Brandon Wilds from the practice squad, but Wilds has been a non-factor with the ball and a liability as a blocker.
    
Charles should be able to pick up the offense quickly and make an immediate contribution Sunday at Dallas (2-3) while playing behind T.J. Yeldon.
    
Charles spent nine years in Kansas City and played 14 games with Denver last season. He has 7,556 yards rushing and 44 touchdowns, plus 2,586 yards receiving and 20 more scores.
    
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