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South Central Bounced Big By Plymouth, 49-20

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  Original Published: 10/4/2013The Big Red of Plymouth High School played host to the Trojans of South Central in a Week 6 battle at Mary Fate Park. The Big Red broke out to an early 16-0 lead after a fumble recovery for a touchdown by Alex Picklesimer and a 9-yard touchdown run by Hunter Bailey. South Central did get on the board with a 1-yard touchdown run by Jacob Carney in the 2nd quarter, but back to back touchdown runs by Austin Durbin ended the first half and gave Plymouth the halftime lead, 30-6. Plymouth continued their scoring ways in the 3rd quarter with a 28-yard touchdown run by Chance Butcher and a 10-yard touchdown reception from John Gillum. The Big Red held on to beat the Trojans of South Central, 49-20, and improved to 5-1 on the season.
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