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l and eighth grade football of Ohio School trav- Tues- Important seventh to play, Cougars 16- Benton, ran a 26-yard the scoring ran the in to 0 at the end on both sides ld quarter either Score stood [half Started out With neither third quar- #28, loose on gruns with a 44- Perry led the rushing. hit #13, short pass Conversion Score 16 - O. held to Benton, led se with 30, Justin Mike Riger Justin Will also re- award for #28, Perry tackles and had of the team are #13, Luke Clark, #76, Jonathan Daniel and the seventh that playoffson conference game. grade went to knowing it tn Situation. Grayson had beaten the Car- dinals earlier in the year. The game started off with Grayson County kicking off to the Cardinals. #24, Seth Herron, took the kickoff back 75 yards for an apparent touchdown, but the play was called back because of an il- legal block. The ball was placed on the 40-yard line of Grayson County. On the next play, #24, Herron, again broke loose on what looked to be another touchdown. But the play was called back because of a pen- alty. The team went from a high to a low in two plays. The Grayson County team went on to hold the Cardinals on downs and took over on about their 30-yard line. They drove down the field and scored on a 15-yard pass play to go up to 6 - 0. They ran in the extra points to end the quarter at 8 - 0. They kicked off to the Car- dinals to start the second quarter and recovered an on- side kick to take over the ball on the Cardinals' 40-yard line. Again, they moved to the ball and, on third and long, the Cardinals had the right de- fense called. The quarterback should have been socked for a loss but he shook offthe tackle and threw to a wide-open man in the end zone to go up 14 - 0. The extra point failed and the score stood at 14 - 0 at the half. The Cardinals didn't quit, they held their heads high, dug in and started playing tough football. They kicked off to Grayson County to start the second half and the de- fense held, giving the ball back to the Cardinals. #24, Seth Herron, broke loose on one of his patented long runs of 55 yards for a touchdown. All the coaches kept looking for a yellow flag, but when they saw none, they all breathed a sigh of relief. Seth broke at lest five tackles in that run to bring his team back to within one touchdown. The extra point failed and the score stood at 14 - 6 at the end of the third quarter. The defense held again and gave the ball back to the offense. #14, Mike Bennett dropped back to pass and found #34, Shawn Hefflin in the flat and Shawn ran 15 more yards for a 22-yard pass and run play. #24, Seth Herron, had two runs of 11 yards and 18 yards to move the bail to the six- yard line. Again, #14, Mike Bennett found #34, Shawn Hefflin going to the end zone for another touchdown. The score was now 14 - 12 with the extra point try yet to come. The play was called and exe- cuted, but the referee said Ohio County Middle School's player did not cross the goal line and the score stood at 14 - 12. With about three minutes left in the game, their defense once again held Grayson County and gave the ball back to them with about one and a half minutes left. Pass plays were called but they were dropped or knocked down. Time finally ran out. The ball game was over and Grayson County again beat the Cardi- nals. Jake Young, #52, led all tackles with seven. #24, Seth Herron, #82, Jacob Geary and #63, Damion Clark all had five tackles each. #74, Brandon Moxley, had four tackles. Brandon came back from a knee injury to play very well. #81 Adam Daugherty, #32, Da- kota Gibson, #68, Brian Tay- lor all had three tackles each. #20, Jonathan Mills, had two tackles and #62, Tony Stevens, #44, Dylin Hefflin and #10, Cody Chinn all had a tackle. The eighth grade still has two games left on its schedule. Tuesday, October 1 at home, against Breckinridge County and Thursday, October 3 at Butler Cotinty. The guys played hard and came up a little short. But they came back like champi- ons. Wants all his friends and past customers to see why tl, Oerts are Second "Since 1919" " Deatu ReUmut Rebate "" Wi~ LeSabce Loyalty 688-8811 " 800-501-8811 MOTOR SALES, INC. 18th & J.R. Blvd., Owensboro, Ky - Since 1919 TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2002, PAGE 9-B Lucas Corley has birthday Lucas James Corley turned two years old September 4. He celebrated his birthday at home with his family. Lucas is the son of Josh and Kansas Corley and big brother of Ethan Joshua. He is the grandson of Neal and Pam Corley of Hartford, Jim and Lisa Reynolds of Owensboro and Mechelle Raymer of Beaver Dam. Lucas is the great-grandson of Rodney and Wanda Reynolds of Hartford, James Corley of Lewisport and W.H. and Carolyn Sandefur of Paducah. *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries *Special Occasions ............ Women's features I I Hayes-Barrios Shelly and Jorge Hayes-Bar- rios of Beaver Dam, a son Sept. 23. T/chenor Amy and Jody Tichenor of Beaver Dam, a daughter Sept. 24. I.......... Crabb Patton Lisa and Jeff Patton of Bea- ver Dam, a son Sept. 24. Crabb Kristi and Adam Crabb of Beaver dam, a daughter Sept. 26. Sisk Pare and Brad Sisk of Beaver Dam, a daughter Sept. 26. Holmes Kristie and David Holmes of Utica, a daughter Sept. 26. Jackson Grandma Renfrow would like tO announce the birth of her granddaughter, Hannah Grace Crabb, born September 26. Pic{ tured with her is her aunt, Katie Renfrow. 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