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October 19, 2012

Central Columbia 16, Lewisburg 15

CENTRAL COLUMBIA 16, LEWISBURG 15

Lewisburg (6-2)    0    7    0    8—15

Central (7-1)    3    6    0    7—16

First quarter


CC-FG Dylan Hine 23

Second quarter

CC-Nate Hughes 16 pass from Jordan Thivierge (kick blocked)

Lew-Nick Costagliola 3 run (Max Reed kick)

Fourth quarter

L-Joey Gardner 5 run (Brandon Batman pass from Costagliola)

CC-Jarrod Flick 24 pass from Jordan Thivierge (Hine kick)

statistics

    lew    cc


First downs    9    19

Rushes-net yards    31-67    37-185

Passing yardage    102    121

Passing    10-14-0    11-22-1

Fumbles-lost    1-0    0-0

Penalties-yards    3-19    4-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —
Lewisburg: Brandon Smith 13-48; Nick Costagliola 10-18, TD; Joey Gardner 8-1, TD. Central: Eric McCracken 17-124; Dain Kowalski 8-56; Aaron Johnson 6-35; Cody Bowman 1-0; Jordan Thivierge 2-(-11); team 3-(-21).

PASSING — Lewisburg: Costagliola 10-14-0-102. Central: Thivierge 11-22-1-121, 2 TDs.

RECEIVING — Lewisburg: Drew Newcomb 4-28; Gardner 2-25; Ben Frankel 2-18; Ty Turner 1-27; Smith 1-7. Central: Dylan Hine 5-47; Nathan Hughes 3-36, TD; Jarrod Flick 2-30; Kowalski 1-9.

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