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Wrestlers on the field

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Silas Allred is averaging nearly 100yds rushing per game on offense at fullback......and 4 tackles with a sack per game at linebacker on defense.  

15-25 carries from the backfield and playing every down on the defensive side of things Friday nights, leaves him pretty beat up on Sat/Sun.  Hence, his absence from IHPO.  He'll be rolling at 182 this year. 


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5 hours ago, Justin Ratliff said:

Brigham Kleinhenz had an article called Tackling Machine in the Columbus Republic.  Great kid and a 2X semi-state qualifier for North.


Brigham leads 6a in solo tackles with 82, leads 6a in tackles for loss with 13, is 3rd in 6a in total tackles with 109 he is having a great season!

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Last night Kam Fuller rushed for 389 yards for a new school record previously held by a wrestler.

he had 4 touchdowns, another touchdown was by NEW quarterback Isaac Hall (hall was brought from DB injured quarterback  - he had never played QB  before and led team to victory)

at least 7 touchdowns between the 2 teams Friday night were scored by wrestlers including Jennings County's Zane Bieneke (who's dad was the running back back in 1995 when i was center)

fun night of wrestling in the football game for Jeff v. Jennings County

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