April 16, 2014

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Wayne Trace turns on the power



HAVILAND – Wayne Trace proved that it is a power to be reckoned with in the Green Meadows Conference this season with a 59-14 homecoming victory at home. The win left the Raiders with a 1-0 record in conference play and 3-1 record overall. Next week WT will travel to Holgate to take on a Tiger squad that is in a rebuilding situation this year.

For all practical purposes, the Raiders put away the Pilots in the first quarter, garnering a 39-0 advantage based on a 20-yard run by Colby Speice, three Speice touchdown passes, one to Jake Arend and two to Korbin Showalter and a two-yard plunge by Jared Sherry.

By halftime, the Raiders had mounted a 53-0 lead that sealed the deal for the conference tilt.


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