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Catawba-Limestone boxscore

Catawba 43, Limestone 6

Limestone          0       0       0     6  — 6

Catawba             0      24     13     6 —  43

Second Quarter

Cat — Avent 10 run (Brackman kick), 13:50

Cat — Greene 2 run (Brackman kick), 7:04

Cat — Tanksley 53 pass from Avent (Brackman kick), 2:32

Cat — Brackman FG 24, 0:00

Third Quarter

Cat — Sweeper 28 pass from Avent (kick failed), 13:02

Cat — Avent 3 run (Brackman kick), 1:47

Fourth Quarter

Cat — Avent 7 run (kick failed), 9:30

Lime — Rau 48 pass from Phillips (kick failed), 6:36

                                                              Lime      Cat

First downs                                                13         29

Rushes-yards                                      20-48       56-248

Passing yards                                           253        380

Comp-Att-Int                                      16-29-1     19-27-0

Punts                                                     5-39.4      2-38.5

Fumbles-Lost                                           2-1       1-1

Penalties-Yards                                     4-37       11-85

3rd down conv.                                   2 of 10     7 of 12

Time of Poss.                                       21:56      38:04

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Limestone: Brooks 14-42; Bain 4-7; Phillips 2-(minus 1). Catawba: Greene 17-100; Avent 20-71; Good 9-37; Bryant 7-33; Davis 3-7.

PASSING —   Limestone: Phillips 16-29-1, 253. Catawba: Avent 18-26-0, 360; Davis 1-1-0, 20.

RECEIVING — Limestone: Scott 9-107; Rau 3-97; Hutto 3-37; Perry 1-12. Catawba: Tanksley 5-162; Sweeper 3-74; Osinskie 3-47; Greene 3-31; Hardie 1-20; Good 1-15; Dunbar 1-15; Rose 1-11; Williams 1-5.

 

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