DILLON — Jody Jenerette was happy to get Friday’s game over with.
Facing a perennial power in region rival Dillon, Aynor failed to get anything going offensively in a 39-0 loss.
“We learned that everybody else has got to play Dillon and I’m glad we got ours over with,” said Jenerette, who noted leading up to the game that his Blue Jackets were going to have their hands full.
Kamron Johnson managed just 13 yards on nine carries, and Aynor was held to just 61 yards as a team. Dillon's defense didn't force any fumbles or interceptions, but stifled the Blue Jackets offense, forcing turnovers on downs on every offensive possession.
That helped the Wildcats to a 32-0 halftime lead. From there, Dillon coasted.
Jenerette said a week ago that if his team could “have a tiny bit of success” against Dillon it would pay off. He found one bright spot.
“I thought we played well on defense,” Jenerette said. “But they found a way to score. Offensively, we did nothing. They’re very good on defense.”
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