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Vikings Shut Down Loudonville

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  Original Published: 10/25/2013The River Valley Vikings ran their record to 9-0 on the season with a 26-0 win over the 8-1 Loudonville Redbirds Friday. The Vikings defense held Loudonville's offense to 175 total yards and keeping Loudonville quarterback Kolton Edmondson in check with 96 yards rushing on 17 carries and only 46 yards passing on seven completions out of 25 attempts. Four different players scored for River Valley, Jordan Hale scored on a five yard pass from quarterback Matt Green. Tyler Simmons scored on a two yard run. Dee Clark scored on a 21 yard run and Gage Stuckman scored on a 28 yard run. Loudonville will close the regular season at home against Shelby, while River Valley will host Buckeye Valley.
   
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