Indians stay unbeaten; Tornadoes next

By Randy Lefko Sports Editor
Posted 9/3/19

BELL - Keystone Heights High football remained unbeaten with a ground game for three scores and a smothering defense in a 21-6 win over Bell Friday night at Bell High School.

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Indians stay unbeaten; Tornadoes next

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BELL - Keystone Heights High football remained unbeaten with a ground game for three scores and a smothering defense in a 21-6 win over Bell Friday night at Bell High School.

Indians tailback Colton Tibbetts opened the ground game fast with a first quarter slash and dash to paydirt before the first minute mark that went 40 yards.

Up 7-0 and with rain in and out for the night, both teams battled in the middle of the field with Keystone Heights allowing just one first down for Bell in the first half.

With a minute to go in the third, Keystone Heights' back Kade Sanders, brother to stalwart Blake Sanders, rumbled 16 yards through the heart of the Bell defense to put the Indians up 14-0.

A 35 yard scoring pass got Bell on the board before a third ball carrier, John David Schenck, picked up a fumble and did his own tailback impression with a 51 yard dash to paydirt.

Bell only rushed for 70 yards with Keystone Heights getting eight tackles for loss and just five first downs.

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