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Xavier Owens - RHHS ...
Xavier Owens - RHHS Football Special Teams Award, All-Region 3-AAA team and and All Greater Savannah Area Football Team Honorable Mention
On both the third and fourth ...
On both the third and fourth down, with the Wildcats scrimmaging from the Redskins one yard line, they they kept RHHS's quarterback Xavier Owens from scoring and took the ball over on downs with 30 seconds left in the half.
Xavier Owens with ...
Xavier Owens with his sister Tamara and his father Thomas. (Bryan County Now/Jamie Parker)
The careers of Jade Crosby, Marisha Dunham, Colleen Keller, Xavier Owens
, Darius Postell and Sean Szad were honored with gifts and accolades as they stood on the court with their family members after the conclusion of the girl's contest versus Wayne County.
...Xavier OwensOwens has played both basketball and football for Richmond Hill High School for the last two years.He
holds the school record for most all-purpose yards in one game and was named first-team All-Region 3-AAA for football in 2006 and second team in 2007.He also was a member of the 2007 All Greater Savannah Area Football Team.He
plans to attend college and major in engineering.
The big play of the drive ...
The big play of the drive came when Richmond Hill quarterback Xavier Owens picked up 10 yards on a fourth-and-five play to keep the ball in the Wildcats' hands.
Richmond Hill drove from their own 40 to the Cadets' 31 on the opening drive of the second half, but, on a fourth-down and seven play, Owens
was only able to pick up five yards and the Cadets got the ball back.
After that, the swampy field began taking a toll on both teams.Benedictine
gave the ball right back to the Cats on a fumbled hand-off.
Then, with Richmond Hill
once again in Benedictine territory, Owens
footing trying to drop back to pass on another fourth-down play, giving the Cadets the ball.
The Wildcats received the ball with ...
The Wildcats received the ball with 42 seconds remaining in the third period, and on the second play of the possession, quarterback Xavier Owens took the ball 70 yards on the keep to score - a play called back by the holding penalty.