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CMS Football Sweep

Posted on: October 5, 2017
CMS Football

8th Grade Remains Undefeated



Carlisle hosted Milton Union last night for the Jr. High’s last home game of the season.  The Bulldogs found the end zone in their opening possession to give them an 8-0 lead.  Bryce Brown answered with a 68yd. TD run to tie the game 8-8.  Millton’s offense struck again before the half to give the Bulldogs a 14-8 lead at the half.  The Indians offense capped off a 65yd. drive when Bryan Hampton plunged into the end zone on a QB sneak to give the Indians a 16-14 lead.  The Indians defense responded in the second half by holding the Bulldogs scoreless in the half.  Kolby Millard and the offensive line for the Indians sealed the deal with two minutes left in the game with a TD run.  The Indians collect their second win of the season with a 24-14 victory over the Bulldogs.  The Indians are on the road the last two games of the season and will face Eaton next week.




The Bulldogs capitalized on a Indian fumbled punt return with a TD run to give them a 6-0 lead after the first quarter.  The first play of the second quarter, Kole Larison connected with Bryce a Naylor for a 42yd. TD pass to give the Indians a 8-6 lead.  The Indians defense responded with an interception by Chase Patrick on the Bulldogs ensuing possession.  Kole Larison connected with Grant Chaney for another 48yd. TD pass to give the Indians a 16-6 lead.  The Indians defense forced another turnover on a  inception by Chase Chapman that setup the Indians next score.  Kole Larison led the Indians air attack with four TD passes in the first half connecting with Chase Patrick & Bryce Naylor to give the Indians a 30-6 lead at the half.  Talon Borders wasted no time on the Indians first play in the second half when scampered for 65yd TD.  Sam Haas plunged into the end zone to convert the Indians 2pt. play to give them a 38-6 lead in the third.  Keane Spradlin sealed the game with a 2yd TD run in the fourth quarter to close the game out with 48-6 victory.  The Indians still remain perfect on the season moving to a 6-0 record.  Indians will put their undefeated season on the line next week when they travel to Eaton.