By Greg Shoemaker
Junior Jack Young amassed 386 all-purpose yards, including 239 and three touchdowns on the ground as Milford (2-1) won their second straight.
All three of Young’s came in the fourth quarter to seal a come from behind victory.
The Eagles also saw quarterback Drew Ashcraft run for 130 yards and two touchdowns. Milford ran for 364 yards. Milford allowed the Panthers to run for 352 yards and average 9.5 yards per carry.
Shroder (2-1) was led by Tony Brown, who carried the ball 11 times for 193 yards with two touchdowns. Ultimately untimely turnovers did the Jags in.
Up next Milford hosts a second straight smaller CMAC school as Woodward (1-2) comes calling. Shroder starts league play at winless Western Hills (0-3).
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