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Loudonville Sends East Knox To Dog Pound In 62-22 Win

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  Originally Published on: 10/11/2013

The Loudonville Redbirds looked to stay undefeated as the Bulldogs of East Knox traveled to Redbird Stadium on Friday night. The Redbirds broke out to an early 21-0 lead after two rushing touchdowns from Ryan Weber and one from Kolton Edmondson. East Knox did cut the deficit to 14 as Cody Howard capitalized off of a Loudonville penalty and plunged into the end-zone for a touchdown. Loudonville's Edmondson responded immediately with a 60 touchdown run to give Loudonville the 28-7 lead. Ryan Weber finished the game with 109 yards and 5 rushing touchdowns and Kolton Edmondson finished with 301 yards of total offense and 4 total touchdowns as the Redbirds stayed undefeated and throttled East Knox, 62-22.

   
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