Colts dominant in easy win vs. Freddies


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Clear Fork running back Elijah Hughes finds a hole during first-half action at Fredericktown. Hughes started the Colts' scoring barrage with an early 13-yard TD run.

Photo by Jeff Hoffer Clear Fork running back Elijah Hughes finds a hole during first-half action at Fredericktown. Hughes started the Colts' scoring barrage with an early 13-yard TD run.


Photo by Jeff Hoffer Clear Fork's Ashton Ryan heads up field after a catch from quarterback Brennan South in Fredericktown in the opener for the two teams Friday. Ryan caught two passes, both for touchdowns.


Photo by Jeff Hoffer Colts quarterback Brennan South had a huge opener. In Clear Fork's 56-0 win over Fredericktown, South completed 12 of 14 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns.


FREDERICKTOWN — Several Clear Fork players found the end zone Friday night as the Colts blasted the host Freddies in a non-conference opener 56-0.

Brennan South completed 12-of-14 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns. Tacoma Orr had three catches for 100 yards, Jackson Myer four for 78 and Ashton Lyon a pair for 63, both touchdowns.

Clear Fork went ahead early on a 13-yard Elijah Hughes TD run. South hit Lucas Kern for 6 and Lyon for 5 to push the Colts lead to 21-0 after a quarter.

Additional scores by South to Myer from 5 yards , a 6-yard scamper by Collin Crider and a 1-yard toss to Gabe Blauser pushed the lead to 42-0.

A 55-yard pass to Lyon made it 49-0 in favor of the Colts at halftime. A 12-yard run by Kaleb Hollar accounted for the only second-half score.

Ethan Staley paced the ground attack with 54 yards on five carries and Hollar added 36 on four.

Lyon had seven tackles and Drew Blauser five and two sacks. Brady Au also recorded five stops. Blake Miller and Hayden Shoemaker added sacks.

Fredericktown managed just 25 yards of offense and two first downs.

The Colts host Granville Friday night at the Colt Corral in the first regular season game on the new turf.

Photo by Jeff Hoffer

Clear Fork running back Elijah Hughes finds a hole during first-half action at Fredericktown. Hughes started the Colts’ scoring barrage with an early 13-yard TD run.

https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2019/09/web1_Elijah-Hughes.jpgPhoto by Jeff Hoffer

Clear Fork running back Elijah Hughes finds a hole during first-half action at Fredericktown. Hughes started the Colts’ scoring barrage with an early 13-yard TD run.

Photo by Jeff Hoffer

Clear Fork’s Ashton Ryan heads up field after a catch from quarterback Brennan South in Fredericktown in the opener for the two teams Friday. Ryan caught two passes, both for touchdowns.

https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2019/09/web1_Ashton-Lyon-another-punt-return.jpgPhoto by Jeff Hoffer

Clear Fork’s Ashton Ryan heads up field after a catch from quarterback Brennan South in Fredericktown in the opener for the two teams Friday. Ryan caught two passes, both for touchdowns.

Photo by Jeff Hoffer

Colts quarterback Brennan South had a huge opener. In Clear Fork’s 56-0 win over Fredericktown, South completed 12 of 14 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns.

https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2019/09/web1_Brennan-South-passing-early.jpgPhoto by Jeff Hoffer

Colts quarterback Brennan South had a huge opener. In Clear Fork’s 56-0 win over Fredericktown, South completed 12 of 14 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns.

Staff report

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