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FNL: Kennedy/Arch. Murphy (Thursday Edition)

At Highline Stadium on Thursday Night, two of the power programs in the state, Kennedy and Archbishop Murphy renewed their rivalry with the Wildcats getting a second-straight victory over the Lancers by a final score of 41-14. Here is a look at some of the top prospects on the field, who looked good and which prospects have a ways to go...

Kennedy had more size with players like Desmound Thompson and Cole Madison up front. Both look great walking on the field, but Thompson looked a bit lost and didn't dominate like a player his size should. He started on offense and played a lot on defense, but he rarely exploded into the man opposite him and he seemed to be more of a body out there instead of a player who projects to the next...

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