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Warren JV football fights Hardin

Dylan Gillis runs the ball. (Katie McCluskey Photo)by Katie McCluskey

Thursday October 24, the Warren JV football team played at home against Hardin. In the beginning of the first quarter Warren would receive the kick-off. The Warriors advanced down the field and faced their fourth down, but #2 Tyler Murphy received a first down for the Warriors. #25 Keldron Chatman also ran the ball for another first down. A penalty against Hardin provided the Warriors with yet another first down. #24 Andrew Gordon carried the ball to the twelve yard line, but the Warriors drive was ended short. In the second quarter Hardin started out with the ball and #10 tackled Hardin at the thirty-five yard line, but the Hornets recovered the next play and scored the first touchdown 6-0. Warren now had possession of the ball. #2 Murphy gained the Warriors a couple of yards but Warren was not able to advance the ball on the third down. The Warriors punt was blocked by Hardin. #24 tackled Hardin on the twenty-three yard line causing the Hornets to lose four yards. #21 Kyler Bradford sacked the Hardin quarter back and the Hornets could not make a first down. The Warriors took over possession of the ball on the twenty yard line. #25 Chatman ran the ball to the thirty-five yard line and #10 Dylan Gillis ran the ball to the forty-five yard line. Warren then threw an interception and the first half was over. The third quarter started out with a fumble from the Warriors and Hardin taking over at the four yard line. The Hornets scored a touchdown and the two point conversion was good. Hardin now lead 14-0. #2 Murphy for the Warriors ran the ball to the twenty-nine yard line. Hardin recovered a Warren fumble and scored a touchdown making the score 20-0. Warren started the fourth quarter with possession of the ball. #2 Murphy ran the ball to the forty-yard line. #24 Gordon caught a pass and ran the ball for the Warriors first touchdown and the point after was good. The score was now 20-7. Warren played strong defense but the Hornets made their way down the field and scored a touchdown and the two point conversion was good. Hardin now lead 28-7. The Warriors offense advanced the ball down the field. #2 Murphy ran the ball to the thirty-three yard line and again to the twenty-one yard line. #33 Alec Marlar ran the ball to the eighteen yard line. Although the Warriors continued to play excellent offense time ran out and Warren loss 28-7.
Friday October 25, the varsity Warrior football team traveled to Hardin. The Warriors played excellently both offensively and defensively. Warren and Hardin tied at 14-14 and went into overtime. Hardin scored a touchdown and won the game.
Warren varsity boys cross country team won first place at the district competition on Wednesday October 23. William Pelt was the district champion.

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