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After the Mustangs tied the game at 14-14, the Indians looked to be out of options, but Bennett somehow got behind a group of defenders, and Barron threw a strike, and Bennett took care of the rest. The Indians' offense produced 256 yards with Barron accounting for 155 yards with 80 yards through the air and another 75 on the ground. AJ Mclendon added another 70-yards on the ground, with Bennett leading the Indian receiving corps with 70 yards and the game winning touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball, Jones led the way with 8.5 tackles, followed by Sam Sapp, Trace Thompson, and Brandon Beasley, with six each.
The Indians will host Savannah’s Beach High School for Recreation night this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Buck Cravey Field.