HARTSVILLE, Tenn. — Kenyan Harper has played a major role in Trousdale County's success this football season. The junior led the Yellow Jackets in rushing and receiving yards as well as touchdowns during the team's undefeated season.
With the playoffs on the line against Marion County, Harper again played the hero Friday night.
Trousdale defeated Marion 41-14 in the Class A quarterfinals. Harper rushed for 224 yards on 22 carries and gave the Yellow Jackets an early advantage with three first-quarter touchdowns.
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