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Colts To Host Wooster

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 10/3/2013

After bouncing rival Lexington last Friday 49-21, Clear Fork will try to make it two straight as they host 1-4 Wooster who picked up their first win last week by stopping Madison 48-24. Coach Dave Carroll was happy with the way his team bounced back from a tough loss the week before to Mansfield Senior. Clear Fork rolled up 387 yards of offense with 246 coming on the ground. Colts quarterback Kadin Chrastina rushed for 144 yards and passed for 141. Despite their 1-4 record, the Generals have good overall team speed. The Generals Marquise Blair hauled in eight passes against the Rams good for 163 yards scoring three touchdowns. Running back Martavious Dyso ran for 122 yards on 22 carries against the Rams, but the Wooster defense gave up 234 yards rushing to Madison's Kalvin Gordon. The Colts will try to avenge last season's 54-24 at Wooster.

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