Cameron High’s Dominating Performance Leads Jacksonville Over Whitehouse, 29-9
JACKSONVILLE -- Even though lightning delayed the game twice, Jacksonville quarterback Cameron High had plenty of fireworks to last all night against Whitehouse.
High ran for 290 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Indians to a 29-9 win over the Wildcats on Friday night at the Tomato Bowl, giving Jacksonville its first District 16-5A win of 2015.
High, who also threw a touchdown in the win, averaged more than 9 yards per carry on the night, and also contributed a two-point conversion. Jacksonville (2-6, 1-4) moved out of the district cellar, leaving Whitehouse (2-6, 0-5) alone at the bottom.
Whitehouse quarterback Tanner Roach led the Wildcats, completing 11 of 21 passes for 104 yards. Seven of those completions when to Zack Parker for 84 yards.
Shemar Smith scored Whitehouse's only touchdown of the game, and he finished with 30 yards on six carries.