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Barlow 52, Sandy 18 Thursday, September 27, 2007

Barlow's Malcolm Johnson breaks away from the defense Sept. 21 in the Bruins' 52-18 win over Sandy. Johnson racked up 379 yards rushing to set a new school record.

Barlow running back Malcolm Johnson put on quite a show last Friday in Sandy. The junior ran the ball 29 times for 379 yards and scored six touchdowns as the Bruins crushed Sandy 52-18.

With the total, Johnson broke his own school record for rushing yards in a game. Last year he ran for 355 yards in one game.

The running game was working so well for Barlow, in fact, that they didn't even attempt a pass in the game.

Johnson now leads all 6A schools with 982 yards in four games. With six games remaining in the regular season, he has a long way to go to get in the state record books. The state record for rushing in a single season is 3,335 yards.

You can read the full game story and see another of my photos in the Sandy Post. The Outlook also has a brief game summary.

(right) Mike Seifert's block (no. 12) helps Malcolm Johnson (no. 5) run for another big gain last Friday against Sandy.