Fort Mill scores early, but not often enough against Northwestern

October 21, 2013 

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Fort Mill cornerback Antonio Dawkins hauls in an interception during the second quarter action Friday night at Fort Mill. ROB UPTON--SPECIAL TO FORT MILL TIMES

ROB UPTON — rob Upton - Special to the Fort Mill Times

— Northwestern rolled to a dominant 42-20 win over the Fort Mill Yellow Jackets on Friday.

Fort Mill got on the board in the first quarter on a one-yard run by quarterback Rogan Wells. The drive started at the Jackets’ 20 yard-line with a 14-yard completion from Wells to Chandler Kryst. After Malik Long ran for a yard, Wells found Brandon Plyler for 12 yards to the 50.

Wells rushed for five yards and Long had runs of five and three years before Wells and Kryst connected for 18 yards on the drive.

The Trojans Northwestern jumped ahead early after a 30-yard reception for from Dupree Hart, and cruised to the easy win.

From there, the game belonged to Northwestwern, whcih scored in each quarter and had 21 second-half points to dominatioated early and often and cruised to the easy victory.

Ryan Troutman

Northwestern 42, Fort Mill 20

Northwestern1414140-42
Fort Mill760720

Scoring summary

FM–Rogan Wells 1 yd run (Chandler Kryst kick)

NW–Dupree Hart 15 yd run (Sully Foy kick)

NW– Dupree Hart 30 reception from Mason Rudolph ( Sully Foy Kick)

NW– Quadarious Fair 18 yd pass from Mason Rudolph (Sully Foy kick)

NW– Quadarious Fair 27 yd pass from Mason Rudolph (Sully Foy kick)

FM–Rogan Wells 1 yd run (Chandler Kryst kick blockd)

NW– Dupree Hart 3 yd run (Sully Foy kick)

NW–Dupree Hart 51 yd punt return (Sully Foy kick)

FM–Rogan Wells 5 yd run (Chandler Kryst kick)

Team statistics

NFM
First downs22 17
Rushes/yards19-134 44-123
Passing 20-30-1 15-24-1
Passing yards 272128
Fumbles/lost0-01-0
Penalties/yard 7-1075-34

RECORDS NORTHWESTERN 8-0,4-0 ; FORT MILL 2-6, 0-4.

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