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Warriors Stumble Against Mullen, 46-14

Leyton’s Warrior Football team lost it’s second game in a row, falling on the road 46-to-14 against conference rival Mullen Friday night. The loss drops Leyton to 5-and-2, with the losses coinciding with a rash of injuries, most notably the loss of junior standout running back Kole Bush, who was averaging nearly 100 yards rushing per game, for the season with a knee injury.

Junior quarterback Scout Gamble was intercepted three times and lost a fumble, and the Warriors’ offensive line gave up six sacks while the defense could not stop the Bronco’s rushing attack led by Joseph DeNaeyer’s 27 carr...


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