Breaking Camp: Running in Numbers

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    Breaking Camp: Running in Numbers

    August 13, 2013
    BREAKING CAMP: Running in Numbers

    Johnson Central’s backfield trio enjoy piling up the yards

    Kyle Hobstetter
    The Independent

    PAINTSVILLE — By KYLE HOBSTETTER

    Last season, Johnson Central had the arduous task of replacing the state’s all-time leading rusher J.J. Jude.

    The task ultimately fell to running backs Daymion Belcher and Jordan Young and fullback Josh Dillon. The trio ended up leading the Golden Eagles to a district title and a 9-3 record.

    But even with great team success, Johnson Central coach Jim Matney said he understands the pressure of following a record-setting back like Jude.


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    Jordan Young, Josh Dillon and Daymion Belcher, left to right, make up a Johnson Central backfield that could see three 1,000-yard rushers this season. Last season halfbacks Belcher and Young each gained over 1,000 yards, with fullback Dillon just missing the mark.

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