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|River Oaks outscores ACCS|
Adams County Christian School scored the most points in two seasons, but it wasn't enough as the Rebels fell to River Oaks, 48-21.
"Our 21 points were masked because we gave up three easy scores," said AC coach Paul Hayles. "We fumbled twice and let them take it in for touchdowns and had a blocked punt. That was the disappointing part."
ACCS scored early in the second quarter as Brandon Sanders finished off a long drive with a 3-yard run to cut the lead to a touchdown.
River Oaks answered that score as Will White went 53 yards on a run and added to the lead as John Rockett returned a fumble 22 yards for another touchdown.
ACCS blocked a punt in the third period as Ryan Comer raced 20 yards with the ball for the Rebels' second score.
ACCS' final touchdown came on a 39-yard TD scamper by Sanders.
The fourth quarter began with a scary few minutes, when ACCS player Lee Swinny suffered a neck injury.
Swinny was down for over 20 minutes as they waited for the ambulance to arrive.
"He was released at one o'clock that night," Hayles said. "It was almost like a whiplash which caused a sprained neck."
ACCS scored again as Sanders broke up the middle for a 39-yard TD run.
ACCS hosts Silliman Friday.
"They've got a good ball club," Hayles said. "They are a tough, gritty bunch. We'll have to earn what we get."
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