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Benjamin Logan unable to cool off Red Devils

Tippecanoe’s football team overwhelmed host Benjamin Logan on Saturday morning and raced to a 50-6 win in Central Buckeye Conference crossover action.

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Benjamin Logan’s Joel Spatz fights for more yardage as he is tackled by a Tippecanoe defender during their game Saturday at Ben Logan High School. (EXAMINER PHOTO | AARON LaBATT)

The Red Devils remain unbeaten at 5-0, while the Raiders slide to 1-4.

It was a dominating performance by Tippecanoe, which piled up 487 yards of total offense and had 371 rushing yards. Cameron Johnson had 195 rushing yards on just seven carries for two scores and Jacob Hall ran for 153 yards on 11 carries and had two scores.

Tippecanoe used two rushing touchdowns to take a 13-0 lead after the opening quarter. The Red Devils added two more TDs and a field goal in the second quarter. That gave the visitors a 30-0 advantage at halftime.

The Red Devils had one trip to the end zone in the third quarter to up their lead to 36-0.

In the fourth quarter, Tippecanoe had a passing touchdown and a rushing score to boost its lead to 50-0.

The Raiders’ lone touchdown came on a 7-yard TD run by Keelyn Zell.

Jeremy Brisson led the Ben Logan offense with 94 rushing yards on 19 carries and Zell finished with 67 rushing yards on 15 carries.

Defensively, Matt Wilt led the Raiders with 10 tackles, Anthoni Roberts had seven tackles and Kyle Ackley added six tackles.

Ben Logan begins CBC Mad River division play Friday when it hosts Northwestern.

TIPP CITY 50, Ben Logan 6

Red Devils    13    17    6    14    –    50

Raiders    0    0    0    0    –    6

TEAM STATISTICS    TC    BL

First downs    10    20

Total net yards    487    251

Rushes/yards34/371    69/229

Passing    116    22

Comp-att-int    5-5-0    2-4-0

Punts/avg    1/50    4/24

Fumbles-lost    1-1    3-1

Penalties-yards    6-35    0-0

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