Jays use 35-point first quarter to roll past Washington

Jays receiver A.J. Miller makes a reception near the Washington sideline during Friday night’s game at Adkins Stadium.

Jays receiver A.J. Miller makes a reception near the Washington sideline during Friday night’s game at Adkins Stadium. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

When a team is struggling, it’s best to knock them out early.

Five touchdowns in 12 minutes did the job.

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Third-ranked Jefferson City celebrated Homecoming in a big way as they galloped out to a 35-7 lead after the first quarter Friday night and never looked back in a 70-15 romp of Washington at Adkins Stadium.

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