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Football: Clearwater Central Catholic 42, Hudson 0

HUDSON — Clearwater Central Catholic proved to be too much for Hudson on Friday in a 42-0 rout.

The Cobras totaled only 103 and had five first downs. They have yet to score a point this season.

Clearwater Central's opening drive started on Hudson's 49 yard line after the Cobras attempted an onside kick to start the game. CCC recovered the kick and concluded the seven-play drive with an 8-yard run from Justin Goodloe.

Next, it was the defense's turn. The Marauders stuffed Hudson's three opening runs and forced a three-and-out.

CCC (3-1) struck again on a 28-yard pass from Jake Hood to tight end Troy Olmo. It took CCC four plays to make the score 21-0 with just more than nine minutes left in the second quarter as Blair Vaughn ran in from a yard out.

The second half was not any better for Hudson (0-2). On its third play from scrimmage in the second half, Will Fulmer was intercepted by Diquan Walker, who went 40 yards for the score.

CCC wrapped up the game with two more rushing touchdowns. The first was from running back Michael Stevenson from 51 yards out, and the other was Eric Davis from 52 yards. Stevenson finished with 85 yards rushing on seven carries. Davis had 74 yards rushing.

The Marauders had 217 yards rushing.

Football: Clearwater Central Catholic 42, Hudson 0 09/16/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 16, 2011 11:32pm]
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