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Wooster At Ashland Postponed Until Saturday Tied, 14-14

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  Original Published: 9/20/2013

The Wooster Generals traveled to Ashland Community Stadium on Friday night to take on the Ashland Arrows. The Arrows were making progress on the opening drive, but an 85-yard fumble recovery for a Wooster touchdown by Clay Blair put the Generals up early, 7-0. Ashland responded quickly with a 7-yard passing touchdown from Nick Zurcher to Max Stringer to tie the game at 7-7. Zurcher also threw a 7-yard touchdown to Jacob Allton in the 2nd quarter. Wooster running back, Martavious Dyson, accounted for the second General touchdown on an 80-yard run. The game was postponed until Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. with a 14-14 tie and 10:35 remaining in the 2nd quarter. There will be an open gate at Ashland Community Stadium for the remainder of the game.

   
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