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November 9, 2012

Mount Carmel 17, Central Columbia 0

Class AA quarterfinal

MOUNT CARMEL 17, CENTRAL COLUMBIA 0

Mount Carmel (7-4)     0    0    7    10—17

Central Col. (7-4)    0    0    0    0—0

Third quarter


MC-Zach Wasilewski 1 run (Rob Varano kick)

Fourth quarter

MC-FG Varano 22

MC-Wasilewski 1 run (Varano kick)

statistics

    mca    cc


First downs    16    5

Rushes-net yards    54-223    10-5

Passing yardage    74    112

Passing    7-12-0    7-19-1

Fumbles-lost    0-0    2-1

Penalties-yards    5-30    4-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —
Mount Carmel, Wasilewski, 9-9, 2 TDs; Luke Klingerman, 33-145; Bobby Beierschmitt, 1-34; Danny Lesko, 3-6; Corey Langton, 2-2; Eric Joraskie, 5-25; Rob Varano, 1-2. Central Columbia, Jordan Thivierge, 2-4; Eric McCracken, 4-2; Dain Kowalski, 3-3; Team, 1-(-4).

PASSING: Mount Carmel, Wasilewski, 7-12-0-74. Central Columbia, Thivierge, 7-19-1-112.

RECEIVING: Mount Carmel, Elijah Duran, 1-17; Varano, 4-46; Joraskie, 1-10; Klingerman, 1-1. Central Columbia, Adam Novak, 1-9; Dylan Hine, 2-85; Kowalski, 4-18.

 

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