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FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: Meade County 28, Henderson County 0 (11/16)

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By Josh Claywell

Another strong defensive showing has the Meade County Green Wave in prime position to win their first region title in six years.

Homestanding Meade County stopped Henderson County on five fourth-down plays and held the Colonels to 156 total yards as it rolled to a 28-0 win in the second round of the Class 6-A playoffs Friday at Hamilton Field.

A crucial fourth-down stop came in the red zone in the fourth quarter, when senior lineman Devonte Duncan stopped Henderson County junior running back Russell Fuchs for no gain after he caught a pass behind the line of scrimmage.


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