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November 3, 2012

Jumpers run over Shelby Valley, 49-6

Will Lange has touchdown hat trick as Somerset advances in postseason play


Somerset —

Jumper Head Coach Robbie Lucas had high praise for his team’s performance, adding “We came out injury free: that’s the biggest thing in the world. We need to go back to the drawing board and start work and start focusing on Lexington Christian on week 2.”
LCA beat Leslie County at Leslie County last night by a convincing score of 34-26. They will return to the Briar Patch with adequate incentive for revenge of the 12-9 loss they suffered here on October 12.
Next game will kick off at 7:30 November 9.
Scoring Summary
Shelby Valley 0  0 0 6  —6
Somerset 28 21 0 0 —49
First Quarter
Somerset — Bryson Jones 53 run (Chandler Dobbs kick), 7:58
Somerset—Will Lange 20 pass from Tanner Gadberry, (Dobbs kick) 5:05
Somerset—Gadberry 7 run, (Dobbs kick) 4:39
Somerset---Lange 70 punt return, (Dobbs kick) 2:41
Second Quarter
Somerset---Lange 7 run, (Dobbs kick) 11:43
Somerset---Tyler Megargel 10 pass from Castle Hatcher, (Dobbs kick) 10:00
Somerset---Hatcher 4 run, (Dobbs kick) 1:01
Fourth Quarter
Shelby Valley — Justin Bowling 6 run, kick failed 3:57
RUSHING—Shelby Valley—Chandler Rowe 7-70; Brandon Lacey 7-16; Justin Bowling 1-6(1TD); Mason Johnson 5-4; Tyler Richardson 3-15; Corey Griffith 5- minus 5; Trent Tackt 1- minus 10; Somerset—Gadberry 2-13(1TD); Brycen McWilliams 7-52; Bryson Jones 2-76 (1 TD); Hatcher 3-40 (1TD); Will Lange 1-9 (1TD); Cannon Reynolds 2-2; Addison Thompson 1-minus 5; Matt Jones 1-6, Dylan Keith 2-14.
PASSING—Shelby Valley—Cory Griffith 1-5 (1 INT). Somerset---Tanner Gadberry 1-20 (1TD); Castle Hatcher 2-11(1TD)
RECEIVING—Shelby Valley—Andrew Newsone 1-14; Somerset—Will Lange 1-20 (1TD); Tyler Megarger 2-11 (1TD)
KICK RETURN—Shelby Valley—Austin Elswich 4-89; Tyler Richardson 1-7; Somerset—Cam Cheuvront 1-32; Will Lange 1-70 (1TD); Patrick Williams 1-17; Jalen Jones 1-25, Castle Hatcher 1-40

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