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FCS WINS 2A TITLE - AGAIN!

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Defensive MVP Tanner Martin was in seven tackles, broke up a pass and recovered a fumble. Stefan Remus had eight stops, blocked a punt that set up a TD and kicked a 32-yard field goal in the closing seconds of the first half.


All told, FCS finished with 18 first downs and 405 yards in total offense.


Adamsville, making the first state finals appearance in school history, finished 13-2 overall.


Friendship 6 11 7 20 -- 44Adamsville 0 0 7 0 -- 7Scoring summaryFCS - Austin Taylor 7 run. Kick failed. 3:27 first quarter. 10 plays, 80 yards; TOP 4:15.FCS - Taylor 55 run. Steven Hollis run. 8:58 second quarter. 6 plays, 88 yards; TOP 2:20.FCS - Stefan Remus 32 field goal. 00:27 second quarter. 7 plays, 52 yards; TOP 3:02.AHS - John Reed Odum 73 run. Dalton Plunk kick. 7:53 third quarter. 4 plays, 89 yards. TOP 1:38.FCS - Dillon Hodges 15 pass from A.J. Long. Grosch kick. 3:32 third quarter. 3 plays, 12 yards. TOP 00:54.FCS - Parker Pinnell 5 pass from Long. Grosch kick. 11:07 fourth quarter. 4 plays, 5 plays. TOP 1:25.FCS - Taylor 9 run. Kick failed. 8:04 fourth quarter. 6 plays, 55 yards. TOP 2:31.FCS - Steven Hollis 3 run. Joshua Luck kick. 5:36 fourth quarter. 5 plays, 34 yards. TOP 2:17.


TEAM STATISTICS FCS AHSFirst downs 18 11Rushes-yards45-321 34-197C-A-I6-14-0 6-21-0Passing yards 84 48Punts-avg. 2-34.5 3-25.3Fumbles-lost0-0 1-1Penalties-yards 6-47 5-25


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING: FCS - Steven Hollis 27-161, Austin Taylor 5-87, Cale Mitchell 3-38, A.J. Long 7-34, Stefan Remus 1-4, Will Burruss 1-0, Gene Carman 1-(-3). AHS - John Reed Odum 9-112, Zac Neary 10-54, Hayden Reece 4-13, Jacob Dengler 3-9, Jacob Terry 2-7, Dalton Plunk 4-3, Dustin Neill 1-1.


PASSING: FCS - A.J. Long 6-14-0, 84 yards, 2 TD. AHS - Dalton Plunk 6-14-0, 48 yards, 0 TD; John Reed Odum 0-7-0.


RECEIVING: FCS - Hunter Watts 2-48, Dillon Hodges 1-15, Steven Hollis 1-9, Cale Mitchell 1-7, Parker Pinnell 1-5. AHS - Ross Beacham 2-27, Taylor Henry 1-13, John Reed Odum 1-5, Hayden Reece 1-2, Zac Neary 1-1.


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