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Colonel Crawford sets school record with 105 points

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  Original Published: 11/29/2013

The Colonel Crawford Eagles started their season off on a historic note. The Eagles netted a school record 105 points in their victory over Seneca East. It was all Colonel Crawford early as the Eagles opened the game up on a 22-3 run and led 31-14 at the end of the first quarter. The Eagles were led offensively by Logan Sager who finished with 16 points on the night. Five other players finished in double-figures for the Eagles as well. It was sophomore Will Kirkpatrick's layup late in the game that gave the Eagles their 105th point and school record. Seneca East had three players finish in double-digits and it was Ethan Caudill who led the charge with 17 points, including nine of those points in the 3rd quarter.

   
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