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The Clark County Indians put 30 points on the scoreboard against Macon Friday night, the most since their opening game win at Wright City.
Clark County fell into a deep hole early, as Macon rattled off 27 unanswered points in the first quarter-until the final seconds.
On the kickoff, Collin Hunziker caught the ball at his own five yard line, the broke through and raced 95 yard to score with just three seconds remaining in the first quarter. A two-point run by Jonny Shinn made the score 27-8.
The following Macon possession ended with an interception, but the Indians would turn the ball over on downs. Macon would also stall on their drive, and Clark County took over at the 47 yard line.
Quarterback Callan Wheeler connected with Briston Kirchner on a long pass down the sideline, where he was stopped at the two yard line. Shinn punched across the goal line for the touchdown, cutting the Tiger lead to 27-14.
Macon added another score later in the second quarter to take a 24.14 halftime lead.
The Indians opened the second half with a strong kickoff return by Lucus Eddleman. A penalty on the Tigers moved the ball to the 33, and a Shinn run earned a first down at the seven. Wyatt Randall would scored on a fourth and one run with 9:35 on the clock. Randall also delivered the two-point run, making the scored 34-22.
Macon answered with a fast drive to go ahead 40-22. The extra point kick was blocked.
Clark County drove 72 yards in 11 plays to score on a 16 yard Wheeler run. Shinn added the two point conversion, and the score was 40-30
The Tigers added a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to pull away to a 54-30 win.
Clark County had 258 yards of offense in the game. Wheeler completed seven of 18 pass attempts for 86 yard. Kirchner was 71 yards receiving, and Shinn added 10 yards.
Wheeler lead the Indians in rushing with 77 yards. Shinn had 54, and Randall added 22. Eddleman had four yards on the ground.
The Indians head to Macon next Friday for the opening round of the Class 2 District 7 playoffs.