CLINTON — In a game that featured 140 yards worth of penalties, the high-powered Maroa-Forsyth offense was no match for its own miscues, cruising to the easy victory, 48-13.
The Trojans committed 12 penalties for 95 yards, one more yard than the total amount of yards gained on the ground by the Maroons.
Clinton head coach John Hayden said he was disappointed with his team’s inconsistency, noting that his squad played well for several plays, but faltered in critical situations.
“We have to find people that are going to do things the right way every time,” Hayden said.For the complete article see the 09-11-2012 issue.
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