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2nd half drought ends ’Cats’ season

October 28, 2011

GARRETT — The Wildcats’ season hit the end of the road, or railroad for that matter, Friday night at Garrett.
After heading into the locker room with a 14-all tie at halftime, Garrett stand-out Todd Frickey scored four touchdowns in the second half to propel the Railroaders into the sectional finals, 42-14.
“We’ve always been a second half team,” Garrett Head Coach Ron Frickey, Todd’s father and former long-time Columbia City head football coach said.

’Busco advances to sectional final

October 28, 2011

CHURUBUSCO — The Churu-busco Eagles moved to 11-0 Friday for the first time in the school’s history, beating Madison-Grant 28-20.
With the win, the team is also advancing to the sectional championship at Bishop Luers.
It was one of the closest contests of the season for the Eagles.
Madison-Grant took the opening possession and matriculated down the field on the feet of Cedric Presley, who had two runs of 32 yards on the first drive.
Argyll Tyler Young scored from one-yard out, taking the lead 7-0.
Young and Presley served as workhorses the entire game.

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