CARROLLTON - Calhoun scored 33 unanswered points after giving up the opening touchdown to defeat Carrollton 33-8 in its homecoming game Friday night at Carrollton. Calhoun won for the first time in Carrollton since 2004 and the first time overall in 2009.

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After the Hawks went ahead on Grant Cox's one-yard touchdown run on the opening drive, Chris Stanley took the ensuing kickoff back 83 yards for a touchdown, then Connor Longnecker ran in from two yards away to give Calhoun the lead for good.

Miles Lorton scored twice on runs of 32 and 12 yards, while Longnecker added a second touchdown from two yards as the Warriors took the WIVC South win.

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Calhoun head football coach Aaron Elmore said: "It's a big win for our program!"

"We played well and have really improved as a team," he said. "It was a big win against a team that has dominated the conference for a while. Our young team is figuring out how to win."

The Warriors are now 3-2, while the Hawks go to 2-3.

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