Indians Fall To 1-5
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The Clark County Indians suffered their fifth straight loss of the 2021 season on the road at Palmyra on Friday evening, October 1.
The Panthers scored on their opening possession to take a 7-0 lead with 9:26 on the clock in the first quarter.
An onside kick gave Palmyra the ball again, and less than a minute later, the Panthers found the end zone again to take a 13-0 lead.
Clark County would recover yet another onside kick, and move the ball to midfield before being stopped on a fourth and three attempt, turning over the ball on downs.
Palmyra picked up a quick first down before Colin Hunziker picked off a pass for the Indians. However, the Indians were unable to move the ball, and punted.
Palmyra took a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter, and went back and forth with Clark County through the rest of the first half.
Palmyra added a pair of touchdown in the third quarter to start the running clock, and another early in the fourth quarter to take the 41-0 win.
Clark County had 73 yards of total offense in the game. By contrast, the Panthers rolled up 550 yards of offense.
Indian quarterback Noah Ferrel completed two of eight passes for 15 yards. Wyatt Randall carried for 33 yards, and Drew Holsted rushed for 16 yards. Jonny Shinn added eight yards rushing.
Clark County hosts 3-3 Brookfield on Friday, October 8