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Colts Pound Minutemen

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  Original Published: 9/27/2013The Clear Fork Colts bounced back into the win column Friday evening with a 49-21 win at Lexington. Colts quarterback Kadin Chrastina was six of ten for 118 yards passing with two touchdowns to Hunter Evans and Ridge Winand. Silas Finley scored three touchdowns two on offense one on defense coming from an 81 yard pass interception return for a score. Chrastina also ran for two touchdowns from five yards out and from 42. The Minutemen were led by Trent Richwine who was 11 of 21 for 144 with one rushing touchdown and one touchdown pass to Nick Leasure of 55 yards. Ryan Cooper scored the other Lexington touchdown from two yards out. With the win Clear Fork improves to 3-2 overall, 1-1 in the OCC. Lexington falls to 1-4, 0-2 in conference.
   
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