Indians score at will, roll past White County [VIDEO]

The #3-ranked Indians (3-1) defended the home turf against visiting White County (2-1) in Week Five, blasting past the Warriors to the tune of a 53-14 final score. It marked the first 50-point output for the Indians since 2020, and is the program’s 23rd 50-point game all-time.

Javin Gordon found pay dirt four times, while Ben Stowe connected with Cam Lacy with three TDs, and the Indians cashed in on a pair of safeties as well. Stephens County kept the scoreboard busy with a 37-7 halftime lead, and put on the finishing touches in the third quarter.

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Midway through the first, the Indians got on the board with a Stowe 10-yd TD pass to Lacy. About two minutes later, taking over on a mishandled punt inside the red zone, Stephens added to it with a 2-yd TD run by Gordon to push it to 14-0. The Warriors found life with the ensuing kickoff, taken 95 yards by Caysen Duvall to cut the deficit in half. However, the Indians responded immediately with another Gordon TD, this time from 3 ticks out for the 21-7 lead.

In the second quarter’s opening seconds, Stephens County netted a safety on a snap over the punter’s head to give the Indians a 23-7 advantage. Gordon once again found the end zone on a 3-yd plunge with 9:20 to go in the second, padding the lead to 30-7. With 5:54 to go in the half, Stowe hit Lacy with a bubble screen, and he blazed down the field for a 50-yd score and the 37-7 lead. Gordon notched a 5-yd TD less than a minute later to put the game away at 44-7.

The Indians weren’t done working, but the Warriors got on the board first in the third quarter when Nix scored on a keeper from 5 yards out. Before the third quarter concluded, Stephens scored again when Stowe hit Lacy for a 33-yd TD, and a safety in the fourth capped the scoring.

The Indians are now 4-1 heading into their first BYE week, and are winners in back-to-back games with their #3 state ranking in tow. The Warriors are now 2-2 overall.

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