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Truckers Run Over Ontario

Story By: Brian Skowronski

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  Original Published: 9/27/2013

The weather was nice Friday night, but Norwalk would rain on Ontario's homecoming parade as the Truckers run over the Warriors 40-12.

Norwalk's Jordon Johnson was simply magnificent, scrambling around the pocket and finding his speedy running back Breck Turner for scores of 62 and 54-yards for a 14-0 lead not even four minutes into the first quarter. The Warriors would respond on an unbelievable 64-yard catch and run by Cameron Mack, but Mack would later fumble inside his own 10-yard line setting up Johnson's third TD throw to Seth Staley and a 21-6 lead.

Turner would rip off a 69-yard TD run early in the second quarter and would finish the half with a 22-yard TD on a hook and ladder for a 34-12 Norwalk advantage. The Truckers would score the only points in the second half, knocking off the Warriors 40-12.

Norwalk outgained Ontario on the night 437-395.

Johnson finished with 260 yards passing and 5 TD's, while Turner gained 121 yards and a TD on 10 carries, hauling in 2 catches for 116 yards and 2 TD's.

Tyler Boatwight went 13-28 through the air for 208 yards and a score, rushing a career-high 33 times for 116 yards and a TD. Mack had 6 rec, 143 yds, TD and 2 carries for 20 yards.

Norwalk improves to 4-1 (1-1)they host Sandusky next Friday. Ontario falls to 3-2 (1-1) and will be at Vermillion.

   
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