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High School Sports

August 30, 2013

Shenandoah pounds Southern Wells



Southern Wells again got into Raiders’ territory as the half neared but fumbled the ball. Cody Rudy recovered for Shenandoah, and the Raiders went right back to work.

Lovan hit Conner on a 45-yard pass for a touchdown with 31 seconds left in the half for a 33-6 edge.

Shenandoah continued the romp in the second half as Hale went on another long run, this time 43 yards, for a 39-6 lead.

Young hit the end zone for the second time with 5 seconds left in the third quarter for a 46-6 advantage. Blake Smith wrapped up the scoring for Shenandoah with a 23-yard run with 10:13 to go in the fourth.

Colton Mooberry scored on a 4-yard dive up the middle with just over 7 minutes left in the game for the final tally.

All in all, it was an important performance to back up last week’s opener.

“We have to focus improvement and get better each time out,” said Widner. “We have great kids here that respond.”

The Raiders gashed Southern Wells with runs to the right and left and draws up the middle behind a huge offensive line.

“Our offensive line did an outstanding job” said Widner. “Those guys come each day ready to work, and they really get after it.”

The Raiders (2-0) will travel to Centerville next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

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