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Woodrow Wilson quarterback Kalen Sirleaf passed for 200 yards and scored four total touchdowns as Woodrow Wilson defeated Thomas Jefferson at Franklin Field 53-0. Woodrow Wilson (2-4, and 2-0 in 6-5A Div. II) got off to a fast start scoring three touchdowns and a safety to take an early 23-0 lead. Sirleaf threw two more touchdown passes in the second quarter, a 10-yard pitch and catch to James Jelcher and an 8-yard score to Jamel Black. Black finished the night with four catches for 105 yards and a touchdown. Chris Taylor was Woodrow Wilson's leading rusher Friday night, finishing the game with 60 yards and a touchdown. Running back Keitron Pearson also found the endzone on two occasions -- once on the ground while the other came on a 32-yard pass from Sirleaf in the first quarter. Woodrow Wilson finished the night with 410 total yards of offense. Thomas Jefferson (1-5, and 0-3 in 6-5A Div. II) sophomore quarterback Jayaveon Brown will look to bounce back next week when they take on Conrad.www.dallasnews.com/high-school-sports/football/game/2022/60332/woodrow-wilson-vs-thomas-jefferson/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey Woodrow Family! We are in need of 2 parents and students to sell football programs at the game tonight from 7:00pm-7:25. Let me know if you are available! Thank you and GO WOODROW❤️🏈❤️🏈 ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodrow Wilson High School has a long and exciting history starting in 1928. Woodrow has been called "High School Home of the Heisman" as it was the first high school with two Heisman Trophy Winners - Davey O'Brien (1938) and Tim Brown (1987).


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