Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Chiefland broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 42-7 explosion on Mayo Lafayette on October 15 in Florida football.
Chiefland thundered ahead of Mayo Lafayette 27-7 as the fourth quarter started.
Chiefland’s offense jumped to a 21-7 lead over Mayo Lafayette at the intermission.
The two teams dueled to an even start, with the Indians and the Hornets settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.
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