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NCMS Football Team Rocks the Field at Troy

By: Kace Kramer

Cayden Edelman & Emilie Strahm

September 26, 2017

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    The Nemaha Central Middle School football boys went up against the Troy Trojans on Thursday, September 14. The Thunder started off on a roll as Blake Korber ran the ball in for a touchdown in less than 20 seconds on their first offensive play of the game. The Thunder team increased their score to 14 points in the 1st quarter while holding the Trojans scoreless. In the second quarter the Thunder built their lead to 34, and the Trojans were on the board with 6 by scoring a touchdown but failing the 2-point conversion.  The halftime score was 34-6 with a commanding lead by the Thunder team.

    The third quarter had a little less offensive action but the Thunder boys were still able to score a touchdown followed up with a 2 point conversion increasing their lead to 42-6.  In the fourth quarter, substitutions were made and the Thunder team played well just did not score a touchdown, however the Trojans were able to find the end zone making the final score 42-12.  The Thunder team rocked the football field that night, making their record 2-1 on the season.

    Sam McWilliams said, “I think we did pretty good.  We started off a little slow but we gathered ourselves. We had a mess up that gave the other team a touchdown. We learned from our mistakes and got a lot better. We filled all the holes on defense and had multiple people tackling the ball instead of one.”

    Blake Stallbaumer said, “We played with our hair on fire taking down every person who had the ball and had our hearts beating out of our chest. This was one of our best games so far.”

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