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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Ryle outlasts Henry Clay

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Ryle beat Henry Clay 28-20 with a late fourth quarter touchdown run by David Aulick. A minute before Aulick extended Ryle’s lead, the Raiders stopped Henry Clay’s two-point conversion attempt with under four minutes left in the game to hold onto a 21-20 lead.

Ryle rushed for 287 yards, but allowed 344 yards rushing to Henry Clay. Ryle’s defense came up big with two turnovers, one was a first-quarter fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown.

Aulick finished with 95 yards on 14 carries. Ryle running back Tanner Pulice had 29 carries for 144 yards.

Ryle 14 0 7 7 — 28
Henry Clay 8 0 6 6 — 20

R-Plvan fumble recovery (Meade kick)
H-Lindsey 8 run (Bell run)
R-Davis 1 run (Meade kick)
H-Jackson 81 run (run failed)
R-Davis 1 run (Meade kick)
H-James 4 run (run failed)
R-Aulick 2 run (Meade kick)

Records: R 1-1, H 0-2


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