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Central Columbia News Wire

October 26, 2012

Southern Columbia 15, Central Columbia 7

SOUTHERN COLUMBIA 15, CENTRAL COLUMBIA 7

Central (7-2)     0    7    0    0—7

Southern (9-0)    0    0    8    7—15

Second quarter


CC-Jordan Thivierge 35 run (Dylan Hine kick)

Third quarter

SC-Matt Lupold 1 run (Adam Feudale run)

Fourth quarter

CC-Feudale 2 run (Dylan Swank kick)

statistics

    cc    sca


First downs    12    5

Rushes-net yards    23-76    41-144

Passing yardage    199    47

Passing    14-35-1    4-10-1

Fumbles-lost    2-2    1-1

Penalties-yards    5-48    4-31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing —
Central, Thivierge 5-37, TD; Eric McCracken 8-18; Aaron Johnson 5-10; Dain Kowalski 4-7; Cody Bowman 1-4. Southern, Feudale 21-123, TD; Lupold 7-18, TD; Blake Marks 2-7; Taylor Young 6-5; Mitch Stanziale 1-1; Brad Noll 3-(-1); team 1-(-9).

Passing: Central, Thivierge 14-35-1-199. Southern, Young 4-10-1-47.

Receiving: Central, Hine 6-118; Jarrod Flick 4-28; Adam Novak 2-27, Kowalski 2-26. Southern, Luke Rarig 1-34; Joe Kleman 1-8; Lupold 1-6; Noll 1-(-1).

 

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