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GRC uses defense to turn back Campbell County 27-14

The Cards use two ‘scoops and scores’ to get its second consecutive win
Published: Sep. 25, 2021 at 12:35 AM EDT
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WINCHESTER, Ky. (WKYT) – GRC used a timely defense to grab its second win of the year beating Campbell County 27-14.  The Cardinals opened a 7-0 on a scoop and score and then GRC picked off a pass leading to a second TD and a 14-0 lead.

The Camels tie the game at 14 when Camden Abell raced for a 30-yard TD.  Abell was stood up at the line of scrimmage, no whistle blew ending the play, and a heads-up Abell scampered the rest of the way.

Late in the third quarter, the Cards’ Ty Miller forced a fumble and Arthur Haskensill picked up the loose ball and ran it in from 30 yards out.  GRC led 21-14 and then sealed the win when Brady Denham hooked up with Kalen Washington on a screen pass to make the final margin 27-14.

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