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October 20, 2012

Flying Eagles stomp Riverside

Woodrow Wilson moves one step closer to playoffs with a road win


QUINCY — Woodrow Wilson 36, Riverside 13

WW (6-3)    16    0    8    12    —    36

R (1-7)    6    0    0    7    —    13

First Quarter

WW: Marcus Mickey 1 run (Andrew Johnson run), 8:11.

WW: Ramon Edwards 17 pass from Johnson (Edwards pass from Johnson), 4:45.

R: Aaron Halstead 3 run (run failed), :28.5.

Third Quarter

WW: Cole Williams 17 pass from Johnson (Johnson run), 8:40.

Fourth Quarter

WW: Johnson 20 run (run failed), 7:52.

R: Halstead 7 fumble return (Derrick Chestnut kick), 5:39.

WW: Johnson 17 run (run failed), 3:41.


RUSHING — WW: Johnson 16-99, Edwards 11-90, Williams 9-55, Brent Osborne 7-23, Mickey 2-2. R: William Jackson 7-39, Dameria Lain 8-14, Halstead 2-4, Trevor Rumberg 6-3, Austin Simmons 1-1, Justin Burke 1-0, Tyler Coleman 1-(-3).

PASSING — WW: Johnson 9-12-0-108. R: Rumberg 17-33-1-192.

RECEIVING — WW: Williams 4-56, Edwards 4-54, Donte Nabors 1-(-2). R: Marcus Reed 8-113, Lain 6-60, Matt Allen 2-14, Tim Womack 1-5.

TURNOVERS — WW: Jacob Meadows (INT). R: Halstead (FR).

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