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The Clark County Indians travels to Palmyra on Friday to face the 0-6 Panthers in a Clarence Cannon Conference matchup.
The Indians dominated the game from the start. Palmyra had the ball first, and lost yards on their possession.
After the punt, the Indians mounted a 75 yard, nine play drive to score, as Jonny Shinn ran in from three yards out. Callan Wheeler ran the conversion, and Clark County led 8-0.
Wyatt Randall would sack Panther QB Marty Smyser to end the next Palmyra drive.
The Indians would take advantage of an interception early in the second ward, and score on a 39-yard pass from Wheeler to Shinn.
Clark County would score one more time in the first half, this time on a 33-yard run by Wheeler with just 37 seconds remaining to take a 20-0 halftime lead.
Clark County scored on the second play of second half, as Wheeler raced 56 yard for the TD. Clark County added another touchdown when Wheeler passed to Shinn to put Clark County up 34-0, which was the final.
Clark County rolled up 365 yard of offense, including 284 yard on the ground and 81 yards passing.
Wheeler led the Indians with 198 yards rushing.
Clark County hosts Brookfield on Friday, October 15.
Brookfield is 2-5 on the season, and lost 58- 22 to Monroe City last Friday.