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September 28, 2013

HS FOOTBALL: No. 1 East rolls past Floyd Central, 76-30

Olympians score 35 points in first quarter to stay undefeated



Floyd Central         0   7   6 17—30

Columbus East    35 14 20   7—76


First quarter

    CE — Alex Cowan 2 run (Paul Baker kick),  10:32.

    CE — Connor Roberts 40 fumble recovery (Baker kick), 9:30.

    CE — Rhett Myers 29 pass from JT Voelker (Baker kick), 6:07.

    CE — Markell Jones 33 run (Baker kick), 2:53.

    CE — Sean Owens 43 pass from Cowan (Baker kick), 1:45.

Second quarter

    CE — Cowan 5 run (Baker kick), 7:51.

    CE — Jones 23 run (Baker kick), 4:44.

    FC — Gaige Klingsmith 50 run (Ryan Lenz kick), :40.0.

Third quarter

    CE — Brock Patterson fumble recovery in end zone (Baker kick), 11:45.

    FC — Klingsmith 9 run (kick failed), 7:28.

    CE — Jones 67 run (kick failed), 7:10.

    CE — Owens 33 run (Baker kick), 4:29.

Fourth quarter

    FC — Safety, snap out of end zone, 6:34.

    FC — Nick Uhl 3 run (Lenz kick), 4:24.

    FC — Aaron Smith 32 fumble recovery (Klingsmith run), 3:32.

    CE — Steven O’Neal 7 run (Baker kick), 1:46.

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