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Madison Comeback Downs Lex

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/28/2012

Trailing 10-0 at Lexington, the Madison Rams rallied back in the second half with two touchdowns to win 14-10 over the Lexington Minutemen.  The Rams Alex Smith was six of nine for 76 yards and one touchdown.  Madison's Kale Huss was held to just 26 yards on 11 carries but still managed to score on a one yard run.  The Rams Kobi Johnson had a big night receiving with four catches for 59 yards with a 33 yard catch which set up Huss's go ahead touchdown run late in the game with under a minute to go. 

Lexington quarterback Trent Richwine was 12 of 26 for 125 yards, with a 16 yard run for a touchdown.  Andrew Hunt led Lex in rushing with 62 yards on ten carries.  Bryant Switzer caught five passes for 59 yards.  Gio Masi booted a 26 yard field goal to close out Lexington's scoring.  With the win the Rams have now won two straight and improve to 5-1 on the season, 2-1 in the OCC.  Lexington falls to 4-2 in all games, 2-1 in conference. 

   
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