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September 16, 2013

Linton overwhelms W. Vigo; Brown County stuns SV


INDIANAPOLIS — Linton    18    13    14    0    —    45

West Vigo    0    0    0    14    —    14

L — Beau Eaton 51 pass from Dane Rupska (kick failed), 10:48 1st

L — Grant Stamm 32 pass from Rupska (kick failed), 8:26 1st

L — Rupska 3 run (pass failed), 5:00 1st

L — Rupska 1 run (Jay Khangura kick), 8:36 2nd

L — Rupska 49 run (kick blocked), 2:46 2nd

L — Austin Hale 14 pass from Rupska (Khangura kick), 8:36 3rd

L — Indiana Miller fumble recovery (Khangura kick), 3:02 3rd

WV — Tyler Gustafson 12 fumble return (Brady Cole kick), 10:22 4th

WV — Daniel McClain 13 pass from Jimmy Maples (Cole kick), 6:07 4th

    L    WV

First downs    18    9

Rushes-yards    39-233    32-92

Passing yards    172    71

Comp-Att-Int    10-16-2    7-21-4

Punts-avg    0    3-34.3

Fumbles-lost    3-2    3-1

Penalties-yards    7-67    4-50

Individual statistics

Rushing: Linton — Rupska 10-76, Hale 8-55, Mitch Eberhardt 6-40, Zane Hayden 5-25, Mason 3-11, Forceca 2-4, Lawson 1-16, Cox 1-9, Trent 3-(minus 3). WV — Hunter Voils 5-53, Skyler Warnock 8-9, Dakota Short 3-9, Sam Switzer 1-22, Joe Creasey 1-10, Jordan Easter 1-3, Corey Vicars 1-3, Team 1-(minus 6), Maples 11-(minus 11).

Passing: Linton — Rupska 10-16-2, 172, yards. WV — Maples 7-18-4, 71; Creasey 0-3-0, 0.

Receiving: Linton — Stamm 4-77, Eaton 3-75, Vowell 2-6, Hale 1-14. WV — Voils 2-25, Short 2-24, D.McClain 2-22, Burke 1-0.

Next — West Vigo (0-4) hosts South Vermillion and Linton (4-0) plays at Springs Valley on Friday.

• Brown County 42, South Vermillion 13 — In the Classic’s third game in Lucas Oil Stadium, the Eagles exploded for 28 points the second half and rolled up 441 yards of total offense.

Brown County scored first on Dillon Boknecht’s 8-yard run, and the Eagles added a 2-point conversion.

South Vermillion quarterback Jordan Branz scored on an 8-yard run, but the 2-point conversion attempt failed, leaving the Wildcats in an 8-6 hole.

Brown County widened the lead on a 36-yard pass play from Boknecht to Luke Huls with 1:02 left in the second quarter, then scored on its first possession of the second half. When South Vermillion fumbled, the Eagles recovered and immediately scored again.

Branz led South Vermillion with 101 rushing yards and one touchdown. The junior completed 5 of 7 passes for 93 yards.

Brown County 42,

South Vermillion 13

Brown County    0    14    14    14    —    42

South Vermillion    0    6    0    7    —    13

BC — Dillon Boknecht 8 run (Chase Snider run), 9:47 2nd

SV — Jordan Branz 8 run (run failed), 3:36 2nd

BC — Luke Huls 36 pass from Boknecht (kick blocked), 1:02 2nd

BC — Billy Pruitt 2 run (Stephen Kakavecous kick), 5:13 3rd

BC — Cody Leeper 3 run (Kakavecous kick), 0:10 3rd

BC — Snider 30 run (Kakavecous kick), 11:53 4th

SV — Branz 19 run (Daniel Shew kick), 7:00 4th

BC — Tyler Fox 13 run (Kakavecous kick), 1:51 4th

    BC    SV

First downs    22    10

Rushes-yards    43-268    35-134

Passing yards    173    93

Comp-Att-Int    10-15-0    5-8-2

Return yards    20    41

Punts-avg    0    1-43.0

Fumbles-lost    1-1    4-3

Penalties-yards    8-65    10-68

Individual statistics

Rushing: BC — Leeper 9-82, Snider 5-53, Fox 2-58, Pruitt 10-40, Boknecht 6-22, Landry 3-3, Walsh 3-1, Redmond 2-7, Palmer 1-2, Buttz 1-0, Anderson 1-0. SV — Branz 17-101, Crouch 11-17, Dunegan 2-5, Waldrop 1-6, Smith 1-2, Kelly 1-3, Thornton 1-0, Wilson 1-0.

Passing: BC — Boknecht 10-15-0, 173 yards. SV — Branz 5-7-1, 93; Rosnett 0-1-1, 0.

Receiving: BC — Huls 3-88, Cade 3-44, Snider 2-23, Walsh 1-16, Leeper 1-2. SV — Spivey 2-49, Dunegan 2-18, Crouch 1-25.

Next — South Vermillion (1-3, 0-2 WIC) plays at West Vigo and Brown County (3-1, 2-1) hosts Indian Creek on Friday.


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