With a big Spring Grove versus Cleveland/Emmanuel Lutheran 9-man game scheduled for Friday, Houston got a head start on the season by hosting Alden-Conger/Glenville Emmons Thursday. Joey Fishel and Zach Schneider combined to score the game’s first five TDs and the Hurricanes converted four two-point attempts to build a 38-0 second quarter lead. They cruised past A-C/G-E 52-25. Fishel (10-108, 3 TDs rushing) and Schneider (3-63, 2 TDs rushing) led the way. Jaytin Millen (5-43, TD rushing, 2-4, 49 passing) and Jacob Cripps (17-yard TD run) also found pay-dirt. Houston (45) ran just one more play than the Knights (44). The ‘Canes had zero turnovers and went 6 for 9 on third downs. AC/G-E had two turnovers and went 2-for-10 on third downs.
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