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North Callaway's junior varsity squad wasn't able to get a full four quarters in, but the Thunderbirds had plenty of time to defeat Montgomery County convincingly.

In North Callaway's three victories so far, the Thunderbirds have not allowed their opponents to reach 10 points, including their 38-6 win against the Wildcats' junior varsity team. The game ended in the fourth quarter after the lights at North Callaway's field went out and couldn't be turned back on.

The Thunderbirds' offense was lights out as well, starting with sophomore Riley Humphrey, who rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns on six carries. Sophomore quarterback Sergio Moreno scored three touchdowns — two rushing and one passing.

North Callaway (3-0) will play at 6 p.m. Monday at Harrisburg (1-0).

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