Junction City picks up third consecutive title behind defensive effort

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LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — Junction City's JaQwis Dancy rushed for 139 yards and one touchdown Saturday as the Dragons won their third consecutive Class 2A football title with a 38-6 victory over Hazen.

The Dragons (13-0) allowed only 157 yards while winning their 40th game in a row and fifth title in seven years. Their winning streak is the fourth-longest in state history.

Dancy, a Louisiana Tech commit, was selected as the game's most valuable player after also returning a punt 67 yards for a touchdown.

Randall Holyfield completed 6 of 10 passes for 130 yards. Keyundra Evans caught three passes for 112 yards and one touchdown.

Hazen (14-1) went three-and-out on its first four possessions and didn't score until the fourth quarter.

Logan Penn rushed for 60 yards and the Hornets' lone touchdown.

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