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Crawford Slips Past Wynford

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 10/18/2013

The Colonel Crawford Eagles kept themselves in the playoff hunt and in a first place tie in the NCC with a 20-14 win over the Wynford Royals. The Eagles Nate Klingenberger was ten of 16 for 80 yards and one rushing touchdown, he also ran for 39 yards. Eli Reefey gained 53 yards on 17 carries with a touchdown, while Dalton Scott gained just 18 yards on nine carries but scored what turned out to be the game winning touchdown on a one yard run. For Wynford, Keaton Teynor led all ball carriers with 168 yards on 19 carries with most of those coming on a 91 yard run for a touchdown in the first quarter. He also scored on a 20 yard run in the fourth period. Corey Brown gained just 25 yards on ten carries as the Royals dipped to 4-4 overall 3-2 in conference and are in danger of missing the post season for the first time since 2004, while the win for the Eagles could put them in the top four of Division IV, Region 20 with 7-1 Upper Sandusky on the road next on the schedule.

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