Washington Holds Off West Florida
Written by Derek Marshman   
Friday, 05 September 2008

Jaguars come up short in quest to end losing streak, lost to Wildcats 28-20.

D.J. Cain started the night off with a bang, and finished in the same manner, but it was still not enough for the West Florida Jaguars, who fell to the Washington Wildcats, 28-20.

Cain returned the opening kick-off 85 yards for a score, had a fourth quarter 90-yard kick-off return for a touchdown and also caught a 26-yard touchdown with just two seconds remaining in the game.

It was Ryan Onkka, Aezian James, Patrick Hall and Kadarius Jackson that would ultimately be the difference in the game, though.

Onkka, who had 55 yards receiving on the night, caught the first touchdown on the night on a bullet from quarterback Joseph Franzone. The touchdown not only tied the score at seven, but also provided a quick answer to the first Cain touchdown.

With the score tied; James, Hall and Jackson, the committee of running back for the Wildcats, took over and wore out the Jaguars.

Each of the three running backs scored, including James' touchdown with just over seven minutes remaining in the game, to ultimately seal the deal for Washington.

Washington will host Choctaw as they look to improve to 2-0, while the West Florida Jaguars look to break their 32-game losing streak against Navarre.

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