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The Clark County Indians traveled to Macon on Friday, to open their Clarence Cannon Conference schedule.
Macon won the opening coin toss, but were forced to punt away their first possession.
Clark County fumbled the ball away on the second play of their first possession. Macon fumbled three plays later, when Aaron Day stripped the ball away.
The Indians turned the ball over again on their next play.
Macon would start their next possession at the Indian 29-yard line, but the Clark County defense and a timely penalty forced Macon to turn the ball over on downs.
The Indians started their drive on the 30-yard line, and ten plays and nearly five minutes later, Gabe Hunziker gave Clark County the lead with a 13-yard run to the corner of the end zone. Zander Johnson’s extra point kick split the uprights, and C lark County took a 7-0 lead with 3:18 left in the first quarter.
Macon continued to struggle to move the ball, and punted away their next possession.
The Indians started their drive on their own 11-yard line, gained a first down, but had to punt the ball away.
Clark County got the ball back three plays later, when Justin Webster snagged a Jacob Nelson pass. Two plays later, Clark County fumbled again.
The Indian defense held strong, and put Macon into a punt situation again. This time, however Christjen Riekeberg faked the punt, and scrambled 74 yards up the sideline to score. The extra point kick missed, and Clark County held a 7-6 lead with 8:59 left in the second quarter.
The Indians would add another score late in the half driving 66-yards to score on a three yard Justin Webster run. The extra point kick missed, and Clark County took a 13-6 lead with 2:48 left in the half.
Macon started their drive on the their own 14-yard line, and used a couple big plays to drive nearly the length of the field. Time ran out before the Tigers could score, and. The Indians held a 13-6 halftime lead.
Clark County drove 74 yard in 13 plays to open the second half. Sam Wheeler scored the TD with a 20 yard run, and Hunziker pulled in a pass for the two point conversion, giving Clark County at 19-6.
The Indians added another touchdown late in the third quarter, as Layne Sommers scored on a 12 yard reception. Johnson’s kick was good, and Clark County led 28-6.
Macon would earn a late touchdown to make the final 28-14.
Clark County plays at Highland on Friday, September 11.