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Arrows Come From Behind To Beat The Colts, 36-35

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  Original Published: 10/18/2013

The Arrows earned a tremendous victory over the Clear Fork Colts tonight, 36-35. Clear Fork's Kadin Chrastina went video game on the Arrows in the first half, posting 176 yards on the ground and 126 yards through the air. However, the Arrows came out guns blazing in the second half. After finding Jacob Allton in the end zone twice in the second half, the Arrows found themselves down 35-30 with 5:23 left in the game. Zurcher then found Nick Bernhard wide open for a TD that put the Arrows up by one, which sealed the deal. Zurcher finished the night with 290 yards passing and four TDs. Jacob Allton tagged on 85 yards and a TD on the ground and 101 yards and two TDs through the air. For the Colts, Chrastina posted 214 yards and one TD rushing and 163 yards and three TDs passing. Hunter Evans also scored two TDs. The Arrows host the Madison Rams next Friday, and the Colts host Orrville.

   
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