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November 16, 2013

Nicholas County upsets Warriors

Grizzlies back in Class AA second round with 35-14 victory

(Continued)

NEW RICHMOND — NC     7       14      7       7       35

WE     0       14      0       0       14

First Quarter

NC: Wil Mayes 41 yard run, (Austin Hill kick)

Second Quarter

WE: Coty Bishop 4 yard run, (Tristan Jones kick)

NC: Mayes 19 yard run, (Hill kick)

NC: Tyler Sagraves 14 yard run, (Hill kick)

WE: Bishop 7 yard run, (Jones kick)

Third Quarter

NC: Austin Hill 26 yard run, (Hill kick)

Fourth Quarter

NC: Mayes 3 yard run, (Hill kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing – NC: Tyler Sagraves 13-62, Andrew Woods 3-23, Josh Jarvis 2-0, Wil Mayes 24-146. WE: Coty Bishop 5-8, Christian Hedinger 1-(-1), Aaron Griffith 9-25, Brian Witt 1-1, Jacob Summe 10-23, Ben Ferguson 1-16.

Passing – NC: Tyler Sagraves 10-14-70-1. WE: Aaron Griffith 6-17-54-2, Brian Witt 0-1-0-0.

Receiving – NC: Jacob Hopkins 1-0, Joe Amendola 1-7, Jared Price 1-19, Wil Mayes 2-16, Ryan Belmont 1-8, Josh Gregory 1-7. WE: Christian Hedinger 3-49, Jacob Dulcie 1-5, Jacob Summe 1-(-4), Nik Walker 1-4.

Takeaways – NC: Joe Amendola (2 INT). WE: Colten Cooms INT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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