Marion County Wins 34-7 At CCS

Friday, October 25, 2013

Marion County rushed for 276 yards Friday night in their 34-7 win over Chattanooga Christian.

Marion County led 20-0 at the half.

Blake Zeman had 142 yards on 15 carries and scored one touchdown.  Hamilton Shoemaker had 103 yards on just four carries and also scored a touchdown.  

Marion County quarterback Logan Walters threw for 105 yards on seven of ten passes and one touchdown. 

CCS quarterback Zach Mercer was 17 of 26 for 137 yards.  Mercer threw one interception. 

 D. J. Toney rushed 72 yards on 13 carries.  Jared Miller scored CCS lone touchdown on a two yard run.

Marion County will host long time rival S. Pittsburg next week.  CCS will host region rival Bledsoe County.

 

Scoring Summary:

CCS 0 0 0 7 - 7

 MC 12 8 14 0 - 34

1st quarter

MC - Logan Walters 8 yard pass to Black Brooks (kick failed) 6-0

MC - Walters 1 yard run (2 pt conv failed) 12-0

2nd quarter

MC - Josh Henderson 4 yard run (Zeman run good) 20-0

3rd quarter

MC - Zeman 10 yard run (Walters pass good) 28-0

MC - Hamilton Shoemaker 2 yard run (2 pt conv failed) 34-0

4th quarter

CCS - Jared Miller 2 yard run (Patton kick good) 34-7


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