Week 8 Final: Clinton-Massie 42, Batavia 0 (Updated boxscore, photos)


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ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Clinton-Massie celebrated its Homecoming Friday night with a 42-0 football victory over Batavia.

The SBAAC American Division triumph at Frank Irelan Field puts Massie at 3-5 on the year, 2-1 in the American Division.

Batavia slips to 1-7 overall and 0-3 in league play.

Clinton-Massie has won each of the last six meetings with Batavia by a wide margin. The closest game prior to Friday’s game was 49-0 in 2018. The total score in those six games is 260 to 14.

Clinton-Massie led 28-0 at halftime, with Gabe McDowell and Brody Clutter seemingly trading big play after big play.

There were two drives in the first quarter, one by each team. After Massie went up 7-0, the Bulldogs milked 7:51 off the clock to get near the Massie red zone.

But Brady Russell intercepted a BHS pass at 11:11 of the second to thwart that offensive thrust. After allowing a 13 yard run on the first place on the next series, the Massie defense said enough. Six of the next seven plays were for 0 and 1 yard and only a defensive penalty kept the drive alive.

With the offense back on the field, the Falcons put this one to rest with Clutter’s 57-yard run to setup up McDowell’s touchdown and put Massie up 21-0. Gavan Hunter hauled in a 31-yard scoring strike from Keegan Lamb and with Ean McGuinness’ fourth of six extra points on the night, it was 28-0 Massie at the half.

McDowell and Hunter both scored TDs in the third.

Clutter ran for 117 yards while Lamb had 110. Clinton-Massie totaled 367 yards on the ground. Brodie Green led the Falcons with six tackles, one of which was a quarterback sack.

SUMMARY

Oct 7, 2022

@Frank Irelan Field

Clinton-Massie 42, Batavia 0

SCORING

First Quarter

CM: Gabe McDowell 1 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT)

Second Quarter

CM: Brody Clutter 4 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT)

CM: Gabe McDowell 5 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT)

CM: Gavan Hunter 31 yard pass from Keegan Lamb (Ean McGuinness PAT)

Third Quarter

CM: Gabe McDowell 3 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT)

CM: Gavan Hunter 7 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT)

Fourth Quarter

STATISTICS

PASSING: CM: Keegan Lamb 2-3-0, 40 yards 1 TD

RUSHING: CM (42-367) Brody Clutter 11-117-1, Keegan Lamb 8-110-0, Gabe McDowell 13-69-3, Gavan Hunter 8-63-1, Cooper Carmack 1-7-0, Jack Elkins 1-1-0

RECEIVING: CM: Gavan Hunter 1-31-1, Brady Russell 1-9

INTERCEPTIONS: CM Miles Theetge 1, Brady Russell 1

TACKLES: Brodie Green 6 (1 sack), Gavan Hunter 6, Brandon Updike 4 (1 for loss), Brighton Rodman 5, Gabe McDowell 3, Nolan Phipps 5, Miles Theetge 3, Marshall Hunter 3, Tristen Trampler 2, Jack Elkins 2, Hunter Monds 3, Brady Russell 1, Keegan Lamb 2, Cooper Carmack 2, Tye Phipps 1, Tayten McCoy 1, Eli Muterspaw 1, Carter Martin 1

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