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East Bay 34, Wharton 17

GIBSONTON — East Bay picked up where it left off last week, as the Indians battled back for victory, defeating Wharton.

East Bay (5-4, 0-1) came out after halftime trailing by three and scored three unanswered touchdowns to go up 34-10.

The Indians' rushing attack totalled 299 yards, led by Aaron Mills. He rushed for two touchdowns and a career-high 129 yards on just six carries. In addition, Mills connected on a 40-yard touchdown pass to Lamarque Caldwell.

East Bay held Wharton (2-5, 1-1) scoreless for most of the second half. The Wildcats tacked on seven points with just less than two minutes remaining in the game.

Ben Keller, Times correspondent

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East Bay 34, Wharton 17 10/30/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 31, 2009 12:29am]
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