LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Kiehl Frazier accounted for seven
touchdowns and led Shiloh Christian to a 61-40 win over Pulaski
Academy in Friday's Class 4A state championship game.
The title is Shiloh Christian's third straight and fourth in the
last five years.
Frazier threw for four touchdowns and ran for three more for the
Saints (14-1). The quarterback finished 15-of-25 passing for 319
yards. He added 52 yards rushing in earning the game's Most
Valuable Player honors.
Shiloh Christian's Zann Jones finished with four catches for 202
yards and three touchdowns.
The two teams accounted for 994 yards of total offense. Shiloh
Christian outgained the Bruins (13-2) 523-471.
Pulaski Academy quarterback Fredi Knighten was 24-of-46 passing
for 307 yards and five touchdowns. Receiver Garrett Lamb had eight
catches for 140 yards and three scores.