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HUNTERTOWN â€” With University of Notre Dame scouts in the stands, the Carroll Chargers used the visiting Columbia City Eagle football squad as a backdrop for an offensive showcase, handing the Eagles a 56-0 Northeast Hoosier Conference beating.
â€śThey (Carroll) played with great intensity,â€ť said Columbia City Head Coach Randy Hudgins, â€śAnd we did not match that intensity.â€ť
The Chargers took the opening kickoff and marched 75 yards in eight plays.
Junior running back Justin Tranquill took the ball in for the score from 11 yards out with 9:36 left in the first quarter.
The Eagles looked be competitive on their first play from scrimmage, when quarterback Trevor Bolt connected with Wayne Smith for a 40-yard gain down to the Charger 41.
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