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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Pirates Treasure Chest Returns Home

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Photos courtesy of Malinda Mizell

The Crawford County Treasure Chest had returned home. After losing it to the Mountainburg Dragons during last season 40-28 loss, the Cedarville Pirates pillaged it back. Bringing in an explosive 46-0 victory over the Dragons, this is the first time in four years that the Pirates haven’t been sunk by Mountainburg. Cedarville now sits 2-0 on their season and are looking to be unstoppable.

The secret is out about sophomore Running Back, Darryl Kattich. Being productive in his dominate running game, Kattich logged a total of five touchdowns with four of them coming from the first quarter alone, for the Pirates with 29 carries totaling 358 yards. Junior Running back, Kelin Mitchell, also rocked the show with his two Pirate touchdowns. Mitchell gained 129 yards off of 10 carries.

Quarterbacks, Calloway Henslee, and Cody Dickens, successfully executed getting the Pirates ball in the pocket every time helping in the attainment of the final outcome of the game. Head Coach, Max Washausen, was extremely proud of how his team executed in all three phases of the game en route to a dominating performance. With no rest for the weary, the Pirates will prepare to hit it hard again on September 13 when they will face the Bigelow Panthers at 7 p.m.

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