In high school football, the Albany Indians found a way to edge out the Dougherty Trojans Saturday night on a very drenched Mills Stadium field. It was the Trojan's Rashon Salamon that found holes in the Indian's defense early on as Albany struggled to stop the rush.
Marcus Williams found the end zone for the Trojans with just minutes left in the first quarter to give the Trojans the lead 6-0. Both teams struggled to keep possession of the football as the heavy rain put restrictions on play calling.
In the second half, Albany was able to put together enough points to squeak by the Trojans 16-14 in this cross town rivalry.
Albany plays Westover on Saturday. The Trojans go on the road to Mitchell County on Friday.
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