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Gladwin freshmen defeat Oscoda jv’s

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Posted: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 4:15 pm

OSCODA – The Gladwin freshman football team took the long bus ride to Oscoda Thursday, and came away with an impressive 41-0 victory over the junior varsity Owls. Terrance Trice got the G’s on the scoreboard first with a 19-yard touchdown reception from Andrew Redman, and Drew Cantrell kicked his first of three extra points. Cantrell then went 88 yards on a nice run around the end and converted the kick to give Gladwin an early 14-0 lead. After a nice defensive stop, Trice scored from seven yards out and the extra point kick from Cantrell made it 21-0. John Mantei scored before halftime on a 55-yard touchdown run to give Gladwin a 27-0 lead into the half. Trice came back in the second half to score on a 56-yard touchdown, and Redman scored on a 16-yard run. A 2-point conversion pass from Cantrell to LeRoy Bouck gave Gladwin a 41-0 lead and the win. The running clock was in effect for the majority of the fourth quarter, according to Gladwin coach Kent Allen. Leading rushers for Gladwin were Cantrell with nine carries for 175 yards, Mantei with eight for 74, Trice with three for 68, Redman with seven for 31 and Zack McCully with two carries for seven yards. Leading Tacklers were Cantrell with 13, Mantei with 10, and Tyler Jones with eight tackles while Logan Reed, Owen Ritchie and Matt Brust added seven each. The Gladwin freshmen take on Chippewa Hills tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.

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