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Saturday, October 19, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER High SCh00lsD-5 High school football Country Day wins MVC with 28th league win in row Mariemont. Sophomore Jim Willits sparked Indian Hill with a 90-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter, but the Mariemont defense held off Indian Hill to run its CHL record to 6-1. Mariemont outgained Indian Hill, 498-126, in total offense. ' 24 at Deer Park Mike Grand-staff ran for 150 yards on just 12 carries for 7-1 Wyoming. Aaron Wood ran for 101 yards on 20 carries for Deer Park, but Wyoming's two touchdowns in the first four minutes gave it a lead that held for the game. Ivan Fulton dashed 69 yards on the opening play from scrimmage Records: CCD 8-0 (5-0 MVC), LCO-7 (0-5 MVC) Lockland 7, New Miami 6 at New Miami New Miami drove 86 yards to the 12-yard line with 1:15 left, but the Lockland defense held on a fourth-and-one to secure the win. Lockland sophomore quarterback Brian Wilschev-ick threw for 192 yards and completed 12 of 28 passes while rushing for 44 yards rushing tjn seven carries. LOCKLAND NEW MIAMI 7 0 0 0-7 J I I 0-6 L-Wash 22 pass from Wilschevick (Havens kick) NM-Smith 80 run (kick failed) Records: L 7-1 (3-2 MVC), NM 5-3 (3-2 MVC) CHL CAPE 20, Loveland 6 at Loveland Junior Rashan Byrd rushed 18 times for 159 yards, and senior Mike Barwick had six car the season. Reading amassed 234 total yards of offense. READING - 14 FINNEYTOWN 0 o o o-w o o o- o R-Lewis 4 run (Pletz kick) R-Lewis I run (Pleti kick) Records: F 0-8 (0-7), R 1-7 (1-6). Taylor 21, Madeira 20, at Madeira Yellow Jackets' senior quarterback Mike West was 12-of-23 passing for 191 yards and three touchdowns. Senior Jason Rodgers rushed six times for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Madeira senior Ed Haus-gen rushed 39 times for 254 yards. TAYLOR 0 W 7 0-21 MADEIRA 6 0 8 6-20 M Hausgen 25 run (pass failed) T Emory 7 pass from West (kick good) T Rogers 10 pass from West (kick good) M Hausgen 16 run (Hausgen run) T Rogers 20 pass from West (kick good) M Hausgen 1 run (conversion failed) Records: Madeira 1-7(1-6 CHL), Taylor 3-5 (3-4 CHL) , iTr r a r i I Wyoming 34, Deer Park v -V ; Wheeler's pass carries Sycamore over Lima, 17-14 pit I y I'rC , Loi iH'-u Iff:, stW ui 1 1 crMLj ' I , ;:jy, -LJjt-J Cincinnati Country Day won its 28th straight regular-season game and wrapped up the Miami Valley Conference title with a 45-8 victory over Landmark Christian Friday night. The Indians dominated the first half, bolting to a 31-0 lead behind Beau Parry, who finished with 110 yards rushing, and Chris Bortz, who rushed for 70 yards on only six carries. The CCD defense held Landmark to only one first down in the tirst halt. LANDMARK CHRISTIAN. 0 0 0 24 7 M -I 0-45 CINTI CD . CCD-Klrzner S pass from High (Paul kick) U-U-uarkiey zu run (Paul kick) CCD-Paul 36 FG CCD-Parry 41 run (Paul kick) CCD-Borti 4 run (Paul kick) CCD-Parry 21 run (Paul kick) CCD-Barkley 4 run (Paul kick) LC-Wodey 4 pass from Sharps (Locker run) Anderson rallies for victory Lou Andreadis scored three touchdowns two in the fourth quarter to rally Anderson to a 23-21 victory at Glen Este that clinched a share of the Queen City Conference American Division title. Anderson pushed its record to 7-1, 4-0 in the QCCA, while Glen Este, which was seeking to win its first league title since 1967, dropped to 6-2, 3-1. The Trojans held a 13-9 lead going into the fourth quarter but could not hold off the surging Redskins. Andreadis rushed 20 times for 156 yards as Anderson outgained Glen Este, 297 to 178. Glen Este quarterback Mike Ayers completed 18 of 24 passes for 227 yards. ANDERSON. .3(6 14-23 -0 7 6 1-21 GLEN ESTE- A David Lawrence 25 field goal GE Ryan Grimmett 30 run (kick good, Tim Davis) A Lou Andreadis 2 run (kick failed) GE Brian Conley 3 run (kick failed) A Andreadis 3 run (Lawrence kick) A Andreadis 2 run (Lawrence kick) Records: A 7-1 (4-0 QCCA), GE 6-2 (3-1 QCCA) Amelia 41, Taft 6, at Taft Gary Fultz rushed 15 times for 115 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 3 and 10 yards for Amelia. AMELIA 20 0 14 7-41 TAFT. 6 0 0 0-6 A-Fulti 3 run (Schubert kick) T Sullivan 60 pass from Rachel (pass failed) A Darnel 24 fumble return (kick failed) A-Fulti 10 run (Schubert kick) A Corcoran 50 pass King (Schubert kick) A Darnell 15 run (Schubert) A Darnell 8 run (Schubert) Records: A 3-5 ( 1-3 QCCA), Taft 0-8 (0-4). Woodward 18, Turpin 7, at Turpin Greg Wilson scored three touchdowns, two of them followed Turpin fumbles in the first quarter. Wilson finished with 183 yards on 21 carries. WOODWARD. .12 0 0 6-.0700- TURPIN - W-Wilson 48 run (kick fall) W Wilson 68 run (run fall) T Ruscha 4 run (Robertson kick) W Wilson 14 run (run fail) Records: W 3-5 (2-2 QCCA), T 2-6 (2-2 QCCA) MML Lemon-Monroe 26, Lebanon 7, at Lebanon Quarterback John Ratliff passed for 83 yards and ran for 74 yards to lead Lemon-Monroe to a Mid-Miami League victory LEMON-MONROE ,0 14 3-26 0 0 7 0-7 LEBANON LM-Ratllff 8 run (Watts kick) LM-Pruden 7 run (Watts kick) LM-Watts 19 FG Le-Watson 18 pass from Sawyer (Peach kick) LAA-Budrus 1 run (kick failed) LM-Watts 31 FG - Records: LM 3-5 ( 1-4 MML), Le 1-7 (0-5 MML) Non-conference St. Xavier 40, Columbus Eastmoor 22, at St. Xavier Junior halfback Scott Sollmann scored four touchdowns and gained 110 vards on 20 carries to lead St. Xavier to a non-confeience victory. COLUMBUS EASTMOOR 16 6 0 0-22 ST. XAVIER ,7 7 13 13-40 vRM-iwt la mint block return (Boehme kick) C Wood 73 pass from AHen (Brunston run) C-Stewirt 84 pass from AHen (Edwards run) X-Softnann 6 run (Boehme kick) C-Brunston 14 pass from Allen (pass failed) X-SoHmann 2 run (pass failed) X-Rltter 49 run (pass tailed) X-Sollmann 1 run (Boehme kick) X Sollmann 3 run (Boehme kick) Records: St. X 4-4, CE 6-2. MCC Western Hills 32, Oak Hills 19 at Western Hills Mus tang junior Larry Bynden scored four touchdowns including one on the opening kickoff to help Western Hills clinch at least a share of the Metro Country Conference title. Byndon carried the ball 27 timoe (nr 933 uarrfs in the came. -1 0 4-19 WESTERN HILLS . 19 4 0 7-32 ' Records: Western HIKs 6-2 (44 MCC), Oak Hlls 4-4 n.i urn Aiken 32, Withrow 26, at Withrow Quarterback Priest threw for 218 vards and three TD's as Aiken won a wild MCC game. AIKEN WITHROW, I 0 11-32 6 M 0 4-26 W -Davenport 40 pass from Chappel (run failed) A Reese 9 pais from uove (kick lawoi A-Oay 28 run (Love run) W-Lundy-Coopr I run (run failed) W-Denport 4 pass from Chapped (Chapped run) A -Clay 15 pail from Loye (past tailed) W-Lundy-Copoer 10 run (pan failed) A-Clay 37 tumble recovery (kick blocked) A -Cook 17 pail from Love (pail failed) A-44 seconds left kickoff at 4 Incomplete, Records: A 3-5, W 1-6. ries for 76 yards and two touchdowns as unbeaten CAPE, the city's No. 6-ranked team, clinched a share of the Cincinnati Hills League title. The Crusaders can win it outright with a victory over Taylor next week. Loveland totaled 190 yards on , offense, the most against CAPE this season. CAPE 8 0 t 20 LOVELAND 0 0 0 6-6 C Barwick 19 run (Abernafhy pass from Smith) C Barwick 11 run (run failed) C Johnson 51 pass from Smith (kick failed) L-Nelson II pass from Doer (kick failed) Records: CAPE 8-0 (7-0 CHL), Loveland 4-4 (4-3 CHL). Mariemont 34, Indian Hill 14, at Mariemont Senior tailback Mike Rafter ran for three touchdowns and 217 yards on 28 carries, while senior RJ. Orr added 127 yards on 11 carries to lead Ken Hockman said. "We may have played a little too conservative in the second half." Huff, like Edwards, created magical plays for his team. He ran and threw for touchdowns, each coming a crucial moments. The Indians aided both causes with costly penalties. After an off-sides penalty by Norwood that turned a sure punt play into a fourth and two, Huff broke lose for a 30-yard touchdown run midway into the second quarter. Then came the killer. A defensive holding infraction at the end of the first half gave Huff and the Harrison offense a final play with no time on the clock. Huff's end zone pass was tipped by one Harrison receiver and landed in the hands of flanker Scott Johnson for a spectacular touchdown play. "The last play of first half killed us. But we believed we could come back and did but still fell short," Barre said. HARRISON .. 7 14 0 ..0 0 12 0-21 7-l NORWOOD . H-Smlth 22 run (Huff kick) H-Huff 30 run (Huff kick) H-Johnson 20 pass Irom Huff (Huff kick) N-Edwards 3 run (kick failed) N-Carmack 23 pass from Ragle (run failed) N-Edwards 11 run (Edwards kick) Records: H 7-1 (4-0 QCCN), N 6-2 13-1 QCCN). Walnut Hills 18, Northwest 16, at Walnut Hills Eagles' senior Quinten Harris rushed for 101 yards and one touchdown for Walnut Hills and the backfield rushed for a total of 204 yards. NORTHWEST ..,........ 0 3 7 6-16 WALNUT HILLS -......... 6 0 6 6-18 W-Rlley 1 run (kick failed) N Beerman field goal W-Harrls 3 run (conversion failed) N-Beerman 1 run (Beerman kick) W-Rlley 2 run (Run failed) N-V. Jones 43 run (run failed) Records: WH 1-7 ( 1-3 QCCN); N 2-6, 1-2. Winton Woods 28, Hughes 8, at Winton Woods Robert Bouldin rushed for three touchdowns for Winton Woods. HUGHES ......-,. 0 0 8 0-8 WINTON WOODS 7 7 7 7-28 W-Bouldln 2 run (Gibson kick) W-Tldwell 50 run (Gibson kick) H-Davls (run good) W-Bouldln I run (Gibson kick) W-Bouldln 4 run (Gibson kick) Records: WW 4-4 (2-2 QCCN), H 1-7 (0-4). Harrison's Ed Farris finds an opening against Norwood in Friday's 21 INDIAN HILL 7 0 0 7-14 MARIEMONT. .7 7 0 20-34 M-Orr 15 run (Wakefield kick) l-Doyne 30 pass from McKeon (Finkelmeier kick) M-Orr 55 run (Wakefield kick) M-Rafter 3 run (Wakefield kick) I Willits 90 kickoff return (Finkelmeier kick) M-Rafter 8 run (Wakefield kick) M-Rafter 9 run (kick failed) Records: M 7-1 (6-1 CHL); IH 5-3 (4-3) Reading 14, Finney town O, at Finneytown Reading freshman running back Lynsey Lewis rushed for 165 yards on a school-record 30 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead the Blue Devils to their first victory of The Cincinnati EnquirerTony Tnbble - 19 victory. FAVC Springboro 20, Ross 19, at Springboro Todd Worthington ran four yards for the winning touchdown with 53 seconds left, keeping Springboro unbeaten and giving the Panthers a leg up on the Fort Ancient Valley Conference title. Down, 19-0, midway through the third quarter, the Panthers fought back behind a 45-yard run by Worthington and a 12-yard TD pass from Matt Knee to Mark Johnson. With just over a minute left and Springboro trailing, 19-14, Knee. hit Chad Dixon for 45 yards deep in Ross territory, setting up Wor-thington's scoring romp. Worthington finished with 135 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while Knee completed 13 passes for 153 yards. Dixon caught seven of those passes for 79 yards, 7 6 6 0-W SPRINGBORO - ..0 0 7 13-20 R-Jones 19 pass from Stringer (Coolidge kick) R-Houston 5 run (kick tall) R-Coolidge 59 pass from Stringer (run tail) S-Worthington 45 run (Mouroujis kick) S-Johnson 12 pass from Knee (Mourouiis kick) S-Worthington 4 run (run fall) Records: R 6-2 (3-1 FAVC), S 8-0 (4-0 FAVC) Kings 20, Mason 16 at Mason Kings scored 20 points in the first half and held off a Mason comeback. John Howard intercepted a pass by Mason's Aaron Pence with less than a minute remaining to preserve the victory. KINGS 1 .0 20 0 0-20 MASON J) 0 7 -W K-Louallen 8 run (Downs kick) K-Downs I run (Downs kick) K-Rarmey 6 pass from Downs (kick fall) M-Pence 4 run (Blevens kick) M-Blevens 34 FG) M-Kresser 36 pass from Pence (kick tall) Records: K 6-2 (3-1 FAVC), M 4-4 (1-3 FAVC) Goshen 49, Blanchester O, at Blanchester The Goshen defense held Blanchester to 14 yards total offense - eight yards passing and six yards rushing. Go shen's Dallas Rise had 142 yards on 16 rushes. GOSHEN .. 22 19 0 4-49 BLANCHESTER .......i.......... 0 0 0 0-0 G-Matt Ventura S run ISchwInn pass Irom QB) G-Rise 4 run (Cunningham kick) G-Cunningham 13 run (Cunningham kick) O-Cunnlngham 9 run (kick failed) G-Rlse 39 run (kick failed) O-Ventura 30 run (Cunningham kick) for Wyoming. WYOMING .. 14 7 6 7-34 7 10 0 7-24 DEER PARK . W- Fulton 69 run (Grandstaff kick) W- Pearl 29 pass from Met! (Grandstaff kick) DP-Wood25run(Sergerkick) DP- Tugwell 4 pass from Condon (Serger kick) W- Plummer 10 pass from Meti (G DP- Serger 27 FG W- Grandstaff 6 run (Grandstaff kick) DP- Condon 1 run (Serger kick) W- Grandstaff 16 run (Grandstalf kick) Records: W vv wai'uaion 10 lull ivj'b m u-i chd, dp 4-4 iw chd pleted 15 of 22 passes for 252 yards, threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a third. ; The Knights racked up only 134 total yards, while Moeller had 376 total yards, 252 of those passing, KETTERING ALTER 0 0 0 7-7 MOELLER 14 0 6 7-27 M-Davis 5 run (Bryant kick) M Baur 38 pass from Brennan (Bryant kick) M-Hronek 28 pass Irom Brennan (run failed) , KA-Boeckman 11 pass from Rudzinski (Brinkmpn kick) M Brennan 1 run (Bryant kick) Records: M 6-2 (3-1), KA 5-3 (3-1). i Elder 42, Roger Bacon 0, at Elder Ennis Jim gained 111 yards and scored four touchdowns, all in the first half, to lead Elder to victory in a non-conference game. Tim Austing, who completed 6 of 7 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns, and Jim helped lead Elder to a 42-0 halftime lead. ; Elder gained 285 of their 376 total yards in the first half. Roger Bacon had 74 total yards. ROGER BACON 0 0 0 0-0 ELDER 2) 21 0 0-42 E-Jim 15 run (Plagge kick) E Jim 1 run (Plagge kick) E Jim 30 pass from Austing (Plagge kick) , E Poland 25 pass from Austing (Plagge kick) E-Holthaus 3 run (Plaoge kick) E-JIm 15 run (Plagge kick) i Records: Elder 8-0, Roger Bacon 3-5 i Southern Buckeye New Richmond 35, North College Hill O, at New Richmond Senior fullback Steve Planck ran for 191 yards on 12 carries for New Richmond, which clinched the Southern Buckeye Conference championship. ! Junior running back Ray Forsee added 143 yards on 18 carries for New Richmond, which won its 24th straight league game. NORTH COLLEGE HILL .. 0 0 0 0-0 ..0 14 7 14-35 NEW RICHMOND. NR-Planck 46 run (Bird kick) NR-Planck 26 run (Bird kick) NR-Planck 26 run (Bird kick) , NR-Forsee 47 run (Bird kick) , NR-Forsee 1 run (Forsee kick) Records: NR 8-0 (4-0 SBC), NCH 3-5 (2-1). Western Brown 41, Williamsburg O, at Williamsburg Phillip Fite scored three touchdowns to lead Western Brown to a Southern Buckeye Conference victory. Williamsburg committed turnovers on their first three possessions, allowing Western Brown to build a 20-0 first quarter lead. WESTERN BROWN... 20 7 0 M-41 WILLIAMSBURG ...0 0 0 0-0 WB-Moore 4 run (kick failed) WB-Fite 15 run (run failed) WB Fite 4 run (Moore run) WB-Moore 14 pass from Cooper (Becht kick) WB-Fite 6 run (Been! kick) WB-Cooper 6 run (Becht kick) Records: WB 5-3 (3-1 SBC); Wil 4-4, 1-3. Clermont Northeastern 19, Bethel-Tate 14, at Bethel-Tate Kevin Berfeld ran for 81 yards and scored a touchdown to lead CNE. CNE .. 0 BETHEL-TATE 0 CNE-Oberding 2 run (Doug kick) CNE-Berfeld 25 run (kick failed) BT-Trevlno 3 run (Hansford kick) CNE-Dawson 2 run (pass failed) BT Trevino 4 run (Hansford kick) Records: CNE 1-7, 1-4 SBC; BT 1-7, 1-4. 6- 7- 14 No. 4 Moeller 27, Kettering Alter 7 Southern Buckeye Conference Western Brown 44, Williamsburg 0 New Richmond 35, N. College Hill 0 Clermont NE 19, Bethel-Tate 14 Mid Miami League Lemon Monroe 26, Lebanon 7 Mid. Fenwlck 13, Mlamlsburg 0 Greater Miami Conference No. 1 Princeton 35, Lakota 6 Milford 20, Fairfield 7 Sycamore 17, Lima 14 No. 5 Middletown 28, Hamilton 7 Non League St. Xavier 40, Col, Eastmoor 22 Little Miami 12, Greenfield McClaln 8 Kentucky Football Friday, Oct. 18 Beech wood 31, Lloyd 10 Bellevue 40, Ludlow 14 Campbell Co. 17, Bryan Station 14 New. Central Catholic 41, Dayton 6 Highlands 40, Dixie 0 Covington Catholic 31, Holmes 19 Newport 6, Conner 0 Simon Kenton 20, Scott 6 Harrison nips Norwooi Win clinches share of QCCN championship Quarterback Bob Wheeler threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Travis Warth with 3:36 left to give Sycamore a 17-14 victory over Lima in a Greater Miami Conference game Friday night. It was the Aviators' third victory and second in the GMC. Jermaine Lewis, who rushed 18 times for 145 yards, had put Lima ahead on a 2-yard touchdown run with nine minutes to play. Aviator running back Hank Ray finished with 116 yards on 17 carries. SYCAMORE. LIMA 3 0 7 7-17 0 7 0 7-14 S-Gugerty 38 FG L Lewis 13 run (Brinkman kick) S Ray 30 run (Gugerty kick) L Lewis 2 run (Brinkman kick) S Warth 37 pass from Wheeler (Gugerty kick) Records: S 3-5 (2-4 GMC), L 2-6 (1-5 GMC). Princeton 35, Lakota 6, at Princeton Princeton, the state's No. 1 ranked team, jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead in recording the Greater Miami Conference victory. LAKOTA . 0 0 6 0-6 PRINCETON 28 0 0-35 P Olverson 31 run (Mays kick) P-Williams 25 pass from Houston (Mays kick) P James 40 run (Mays kick) P Barnes 56 pass from Houston (Mays kick) P-Brown 9 run (Mays kick) L-Smith 5 pass from Wheeler (pass failed) Milford 20, Fairfield 7, at Milford Jeremy Landis and Andy Friesner combined with 18 of Milford's 20 points en route to a Greater Miami Conference win. Landis scored two touchdowns while Friesner added a pair of extra points and two field goals. Sophomore Galen Gordan had 106 yards on 18 carries. FAIRFIELD 0 7 0 0-7 MILFORD 0 14 6 0-20 M-Landis 1 run (Friesner kick) F-Pennington 13 pass from Teall (Bull kick) M Landis 1 run (Friesner kick) M-Friesner 25 FG M-Friesner 28 FG Records: M 5-3 (4-2 GMC); F 1-7 ( 1-5). Middletown 28, Hamilton 7 at Hamilton Tori Foster put the game out of reach with a 96-yard interception return for a Middletown touchdown in the fourth quarter. Hamilton trailed, 21-7, and was driving in the fourth quarter, when Marty Sparks was intercepted on the 4-yard line. Sparks threw three interceptions. Darrell Montaie led the Middies with 70 rushing yards on 18 carries. Tony Everhart scored two touchdowns. MIDDLETOWN HAMILTON 7 6 I 7-28 -.0 7 0 0-7 M-Dennis 15 pass from Pinson (Doud kick) H Abel 3 run (Beechan kick) M-Everhart 8 pass from Pinson (kick failed) M Everhart 29 run (Foster pass from Pinson) M Foster 96 interception return (Doud kick) Records: M 7-1 (5-1 GMC), H 4-4 (4-2 GMC). GCL Moeller 27, Kettering Alter 7, at Galbreath Field Moeller scored on its first two possessions as the No. 4 Crusaders easily handled Kettering Alter. Moeller quarterback Shawn Brennan com- FOOTBALL Friday, Oct. 18 Cincinnati Hills League CAPE 20, Loveland 6 Mariemont 34, Indian Hill 14 Taylor 21 , Madeira 20 Wyoming 34, Deer Park 24 Reading 14, Finneytown 0 Metro County Conference Aiken 32, Withrow 26 Western Hills 32, Oak Hills 19 Queen City Conference-American Amelia 41, Taft 6 Anderson 23, Glen Este 21 Woodward 18, Turpin 7 Queen City Conference-National Walnut Hills 18, Northwest 16 Harrison 21, No, 9 Norwood 19 Winton Wods .28, Hughea 6 Miami Valley Conference Lockland 7, New Miami 6 Clntl CD 45, Landmark 8 Fort Ancient Valley Conference Springboro 20, Ross 19 Kings 20, Mason 16 Goshen 49, Blanchester 0 Greater Cincinnati League No. 2 Elder 42, Roger Bacon 0 BY KEN ROBINSON Enquirer Contributor Norwood's Marc Edwards near ly pulled off a one-man miracle, while Harrison barely escaped. The Wildcats ducked a furious Indian comeback as they tip-toed past No. 9 Norwood, 21-19, to earn a share of the Queen City Conference's National Division championship. Harrison can clinch sole possession next week with a victory over Winton Woods. Harrison improved to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in the league, while Norwood dropped to 6-2 and 3-1, respectively. While a playoff berth still is possible for the Indians, they must defeat Northwest next week, coupled with a Harrison loss, to tie for the QCCN title.' In the game's final minute, Edwards singlehandly placed his team in a winning situation. His 34-yard field goal attempt with two seconds remaining, however, sailed wide left to preserve Harrison's lead. "Marc didn't play very well the first half but played a great second half," Indians coach Jim Barre said. "He wanted to win this one for his team, but it was wide left I guess." The Edwards sequence went like this: First, the 210-pound running back ran for an 11-yard touchdown his second of the game with 42 seconds left to make it 21-18. His extra point kick put Norwood within two points. Then, Edwards recovered his own on-side kickoff. After Norwood marched to the Harrison 17, his field goal to win the game, failed. Norwood rallied back from a 21-0 half time deficit with three second half scores and a revived defensive effort but couldn't overcome the damage inflicted in the first half by Harrison and quarterback Mike Huff. "Each team played a good half. I've got to give their kids credit, they played hard," Harrison coach

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