In football, all young men have a chance of success. In football, the more talented player is not always the best player. In football, with the correct attitude and work ethic, any young man can compete. In football, leaders are born and confidence is built. In football, attitudes can be adjusted and low self-esteem can be lifted. In football, all young men get a chance at success.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Ryle Scalps the Indians


The top-ranked Ryle Raiders wasted no time of disposing of Madison Central as they scored on their first five possessions en route to a 54-13 opening-round playoff victory.

Ryle (10-1) got 130 yards and three touchdowns from junior running back Travis Elliott on just seven carries. The Raiders were resting starters by halftime as they took a 40-0 lead to the locker room.

Head coach Bryson Warner turned to many of his reserves in the second half and the underclassmen still were able to outscore Madison Central 14-13 over the game’s final 24 minutes.

Up next, Ryle will host Campbell County. They beat the Camels 35-30 at home on October 1.


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