SOUTHERN COLUMBIA 44,
CENTRAL COLUMBIA 12
Southern (9-0) 21 16 7 0—44
Central (3-6) 6 0 0 6—12
S-Matt Lupold 7 run (Luke Rarig kick)
S-Adam Fuedale 1 run (Rarig kick)
S-Fuedale 3-yard run (Rarig kick)
C-Lewis Williams 20 pass from Steven Shannon (run failed)
S-Rarig 46 punt return (Rarig kick)
S-Blake Marks 25 pass from Nick Becker (Rarig kick)
S-Lupold 1 run (Rarig kick)
C-Eli Petershelm 7 pass from Shannon (run failed)
First downs 18 11
Rushes-net yards 28-179 30-25
Passing yardage 136 146
Passing 8-12-2 11-29-x
Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-0
Penalties-yards 4-32 2-10
RUSHING — Southern: Feudale 9-55, 2 TDs; Lupold 9-42, 2 TDs; Marks 5-46; Nate Hunter 2-18; Becker 1-16; Billy Marzeski 1-2; Steve Toczylousky 1-0; Central: Cody Bowman 12-33; Shannon 12-24; DeShawn Showell 3-(-8); Williams 1-2; Frankie Tewell 1-(-1); Team 1-25.
PASSING — Southern: Becker 8-12-136, 2 TDs; Central: Shannon 10-27-123, 2 TDs; Aaron Farver 1-2-23.
RECEIVING — Southern: Luke Rarig 5-78; Marks 2-58, 1 TD; Feudale 1-0; Central: Williams 3-45, 1 TD; Bowman 2-15; Farver 2-12; Petershelm 2-24, 1 TD, Luke Reichart 1-27; Nick Wondoloski 1-23.
SOUTHERN COLUMBIA 44,
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