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Bulldogs spoil Trojan Homecoming
TROJAN JERRID McDANIEL was brought down while running back Ithacas kickoff in the second half, as North Crawford fought to gain field position in their Homecoming game.

The North Crawford Trojan football team lost to the Ithaca Bulldogs 47-14 last Friday night. 

The game appeared to be evenly matched in the beginning with Ithaca scoring first on an 18-yard run and jumping out to a 6-0 lead. 

The Trojans were able to score later in the first quarter on a 27-yard touchdown run by quarterback Joe Childs. The extra point gave North Crawford a 7-6 lead at the end of the first quarter. 

Ithaca scored two consecutive touchdowns to open the second quarter and take a 20-7 lead. 

Childs was able to connect with wide receiver Estin Salmon on a 43-yard touchdown pass to make the score 20-14.  This was as close as North Crawford would get. Ithaca scored again before the half and took a 28-14 lead at halftime. 

The Bulldogs kept control of the game in the third quarter, adding two more touchdowns to take a 41-14 lead.

Ithaca held North Crawford scoreless in the fourth quarter and added a final touchdown to make it 47-14. 

North Crawford will try to get their first conference win of the season as they travel to Seneca for the Indians’ Homecoming on Friday night at 7 p.m.