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Cathedral 28 Bloomington South 21 (end of 3rd)

The Irish are driving in South territory when the 4th starts. 

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Brebeuf leads West Lafayette 6-3 @ the half

 

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Evv Central is killing themselves with 2 TO's in 1st half.  Trail EC 21-0 at half

 

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Cathedral 35 Bloomington South 21 (8:42, 4th)

Cathedral converted a 3rd and long and a 4th and short on the TD drive as they have scored a TD on all three possessions of the 2nd half. South is not moving the ball on offense which is leaving the defense out on the field for too long as Cathedral's line continues to dominate on offense.

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21-0 at halftime EC dominating Central.. Central is getting manhandled on both sides of the ball... the Central RB has been stymied.

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12 minutes ago, Dabears said:

Dwenger 27-0 over Angola.  Not looking good for the undefeated season.

34-0 Dwenger.  4th Qtr.

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Marian Schooling Luers

21-7 late third 

 

Marian Driving

Woodlan 21 North Newton 6, early 2nd

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