By Darius Cates

Friday, Bullock County hosted a primetime game versus the Trojans of St. James. At the beginning of the competition, it was completed lopsided. The Hornets had a difficult time wrapping up on defense, which resulted in the Trojans breaking tackles.

Bullock County allowed four rushing touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown in the first half.

The Hornets had trouble in the secondary. They were attacked by the deep ball and slant routes. St. James was able to get a passing TD in a quick pass down the middle at the Hornets’ goal line.

Jaymarkis Foster was the positive light for the Hornets’ having his rushing performance. He was able to score a touchdown with a 2-point conversion.

The Hornets found themselves in a huge deficit of 40-8 at halftime. Because of the large margin, the officials decided to have the remainder of the game go six minutes quarters. With them having a huge lead, St. James decided to take out their starters.

Foster continued to put in a valiant effort. He gained for one more rushing TD and a touchdown catch to end his night. At the end of the game, Hornets took a 40-23 loss. Friday, the Hornets will take on their rival Booker T. Washington Golden Eagles at Tuskegee.

Booker T. Washington High School is partnering with S2 Pass, a new digital ticketing provider for the 2021-2022 athletic events. To attend any athletic event at Booker T. Washington High School, you must purchase a ticket from S2 Pass. There will not be a cash gate at Booker T. Washington High School for any athletic event for this school year.

You will need to download S2 Pass from the App Store or Google Play.

Once you have downloaded the app, you may purchase your ticket(s), and it will be scanned upon entry from your smartphone. Please be sure to buy your ticket(s) before arriving.

If you don’t have a smartphone, you can also purchase your tickets from the S2 Pass fan website and print out your tickets to present at the game through the following link: https://fans.s2pass.com/

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