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There were glimmers of hope for Clark County Indian fans during Friday night’s CCC matchup with Brookfield.
Clark County had nearly twice as many yards on offense as their previous two games combined. And the defense stopped Brookfield in scoring position a couple times, in addition to stopping several two-point conversions.
Brookfield drove 69 yards to score on their first possession, and added the two-point conversion to take an 8-0 lead.
The Indians turned the ball over on downs on their opening possession.
Brookfield’s next drive ended with a forced fumble in the endzone, giving the Indians a touchback to the 20-yard line. Unfortunately, a Noah Ferrel pass was picked off.
Brookfield drove to the Indian one-yard line where they were stopped.
Clark County punted away that possession, and Brookfield scored quickly with a 26 yard touchdown pass. The two-point attempt failed, and at the half, Brookfield led 14-0
Brookfield added an early third quarter touchdown to go up 20-0
Clark County’s offense finally found its footing, and drove 85 yard to score. Wyatt Randall put the ball in the endzone early in the fourth quarter. Ferrel tacked on a two-point run, and Clark County trailed 20-8.
Brookfield added three more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to make the final 40-8.
Clark County had 226 yards of total offense, with 158 rushing and 78 passing. Randall led the Indian rushing with 67 yard.
Clark County travels to Monroe City on Friday, October 15, and returns home for the final regular season game against Macon on October 22.