Emmanuel Lewis, the giant

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Emmanuel Lewis, the giant

Cowboys’ backup QB leads the 50-0 assault on FLC football
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De’joshua Johnson and New Mexico Highlands used speed and athleticism to escape the grasp of Cody Miles, Phil Odell, Lance Dettmer and Fort Lewis on Saturday in a 50-0 win for the Cowboys. Johnson had two touchdown catches in the victory.
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New Mexico Highlands quarterback Emmanuel Lewis was a thorn in the side of Cary Purchase, Dakota Kay and Fort Lewis all day Saturday, throwing for 346 yards, running for 137 and accounting for five touchdowns in the Cowboys’ 50-0 victory.
Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



Amery Duncan had 19 yards receiving for Fort Lewis, which struggled to accrue yards thanks to five turnovers in Saturday’s season-opening loss to New Mexico Highlands.
Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



Quarterback Tim Jenkins had a rough day Saturday for Fort Lewis, getting banged around and throwing two interceptions in Fort Lewis’ 50-0 loss to New Mexico Highlands. He left the game in the fourth quarter with an undisclosed fourth quarter.

Emmanuel Lewis, the giant

Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



De’joshua Johnson and New Mexico Highlands used speed and athleticism to escape the grasp of Cody Miles, Phil Odell, Lance Dettmer and Fort Lewis on Saturday in a 50-0 win for the Cowboys. Johnson had two touchdown catches in the victory.
Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



New Mexico Highlands quarterback Emmanuel Lewis was a thorn in the side of Cary Purchase, Dakota Kay and Fort Lewis all day Saturday, throwing for 346 yards, running for 137 and accounting for five touchdowns in the Cowboys’ 50-0 victory.
Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



Amery Duncan had 19 yards receiving for Fort Lewis, which struggled to accrue yards thanks to five turnovers in Saturday’s season-opening loss to New Mexico Highlands.
Steve LEwis/Durango Herald



Quarterback Tim Jenkins had a rough day Saturday for Fort Lewis, getting banged around and throwing two interceptions in Fort Lewis’ 50-0 loss to New Mexico Highlands. He left the game in the fourth quarter with an undisclosed fourth quarter.
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