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October 6, 2012
Kettle Run rolls to 6-0 with shutout of visiting Handley
File Photo/Fred Tingle
Senior running back Josh Tapscott has 853 yards and 12 TDs on 84 carries in six games.
Kettle Run’s undefeated football team kept rolling and setting records with Friday night’s 34-0 victory over visiting John Handley.
The stout Cougar defense gave up just 120 yards to the Judges (2-4) and notched its third shutout in the last four games.
Kettle Run (6-0) has not allowed an offensive score in four consecutive contests.
Meanwhile, the Cougars piled up 398 yards in total offense against Handley in the season’s final non-district game.
Senior running back Josh Tapscott gained 185 yards on the ground, the third highest total of his career.
Tapscott’s 81-yard touchdown run in the third quarter ranks as the longest in Cougar history and the second longest play from scrimmage.
With two receptions Friday, Tapscott has 37 for his career, passing Jimmy Hargro as the Cougars’ career leader.
Tapscott has 3,080 career rushing yards and has run for more than 100 yards in six consecutive games, an ongoing school record.
He has 853 yards and 12 touchdowns on 84 rushes this season.
De Jackson had 59 yards on nine carries. Jackson has 431 yards and seven touchdowns on 52 carries this season.
His 68-yard fumble return for a touchdown against Handley ranks as the longest in school history.
The Cougars will host Liberty (3-3) next Friday.
Kettle Run — Tapscott, 47, run; Szklennik kick.
Kettle Run — Szklennik, 21, field goal.
Kettle Run — Jackson, 46, run; Szklennik kick.
Kettle Run — Tapscott, 81, run; Lischka kick.
Kettle Run — Szklennik, 30, field goal.
Kettle Run — Wicka, 1, run; Lischka kick.
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