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Colts Run Away From Knights, Finish 7-3
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  Originally Published on: 11/1/2013

The Colts finished the regular season with a victory over the West Holmes Knights, 42-13. Hunter Evans of the Colts returned the opening kick 48 yards for a very quick Colt TD, which foreshadowed the rest of the evening. Evans would finish the night with 67 yards rushing, 54 yards receiving, and three total TDs. Kadin Chrastina finished yet another impressive game, totaling 210 yards passing and two TDs, 119 yards rushing and two TDs, and an interception on defense. Silas Finley also chipped in 129 yards receiving and a TD. The Knights never found a groove after their first drive, which was capped off by a Luke Ogi TD run, and they were held to 193 yards on the ground between four rushers. Brady Arnold finished the night with 56 yards receiving and a TD. QB Brody Miller was the leading rusher for the Knights, racking up 87 yards on 11 carries, and Layne Perone added 70 more on the ground. With the win, the Colts finished the regular season with a 7-3 record, and the Knights finished their year with a 6-4 record.

   
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