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Clark County wrapped up its 2021 football season with a 42-6 loss at Macon on Friday, finishing with a disappointing 1-9 record.
The Indians have been plagued with injuries among key players all season, with several players missing multiple games, and some not setting foot on the field all season.
Mix in very young varsity squad, and the results add up to a rough year for Clark County.
On the road at Macon for the first game of the Class 2 District 7 bracket, the Indians struggled on both sides of the ball.
Macon rattled off a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.
Early in the second quarter, Clark County got on the scoreboard with a fourth and four touchdown pass over the middle of the line from Callan Wheeler to Jonny Shinn. The two-point attempt failed.
Macon responded with just seconds left in the quarter, taking a 28-6 halftime lead.
Macon added a pair of second-halt touchdowns to win 42-6.
Clark County had 194 yards of total offense. Wheeler passed of 133 yards. Briston Kirchner led the receivers with 66 yards. Shinn added 41, and Noah Ferrel caught of 26 yards.
On the ground, Shinn carried for 23 yards, Wheeler ran for 22 yards, Wyatt Randall picked up 16 yards.
Clark County’s seniors who have played their final game are Briston Kirchner, Adam St. Clair, Noah Ferrel, Dane Brewer, Logan Hooper and Dylan Schantz.