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October 5, 2013

Mount Carmel 36, Central Columbia 22

MOUNT CARMEL 36, CENTRAL COLUMBIA 22

Mt. Carmel (3-3)     0    14    8    14—36

Central Col. (2-4)    6    16    0    0—22

First quarter


CC-Danny Koch 3 run (run failed)

Second quarter

MC-Christian Kelley 9 pass from Zach Wasilewski (kick failed)

MC-Mike Gigler 75 interception feturn (Wasilewski run)

CC-Frankie Tewell 1 run (Steve Shannon run)

CC-Lewis Williams 11 pass from Shannon (Koch run)

Third quarter

MC-Treyvon White 30 pass from Dominic Farronato (Wasilewski run)

Fourth quarter

MC-Blake Panko 5 run (White pass from Wasilewski)

MC-Kyle Karycki 42 interception return (kick failed)

statistics

                mca    cc

First downs    14    13

Rushes-net yards    37-134    28-114

Passing yardage    142    162

Passing    10-22-0    13-26-5

Fumbles-lost    1-0x    1-1

Penalties-yards    6-50    5-35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —
Mt. Carmel: Panko, 15-44, TD; Kyle Karycki, 6-46; Wasilewski, 10-23; Mike Gilger, 4-23; Team, 2-(-2). Central: Danny Koch, 12-48, TD; Steve Shannon, 6-38; Cody Bowman, 7-23; Austin Farver, 2-4; Frankie Tewell, 1-1, TD.

PASSING — Mt. Carmel: Wasilewski, 9-21-0, 112 yards, TD; Dominic Farronato, 1-1-0, 30 yards, TD. Central: Shannon, 8-18-3, 124 yards, TD; Farver, 5-8-2, 38 yards.

RECEIVING — Mt. Carmel: Treyvon White, 8-126, TD; Christian Kelly, 1-9, TD; Gilger, 1-7. Central: Lewis Williams, 5-105, TD; Eli Petersheim, 4-23; Koch, 2-13; Austin Young, 1-13; Zach Boyd, 1-8.

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