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Cloverdale football falls to Edgewood at home

SEW Report


Cloverdale’s Jalen Johnson takes down the Edgewood running back Levon Beliemy behind the line of scrimmage Friday evening. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Cloverdale’s Jalen Johnson takes down the Edgewood running back Levon Beliemy behind the line of scrimmage Friday evening. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD The Cloverdale varsity football team had a rough go of it Friday, Aug. 31, falling to the visiting Edgewood Mustangs, 45-6 in WICEast action.

The Mustangs jumped on the board early, scoring 14 points in the first quarter and led 26-6 at halftime. Edgewood’s offense would continue to pour it on in the second half, scoring another 19 points while the EHS defense held the Clovers scoreless.

Cloverdale quarterback Parker Watts finished with five completions for 43 yards. James Johnson led in receptions with two for 24 yards while Jakes Wilkes added one for 10 yards, Jake Smith one for six and Logan Abner one for three.

On the ground, Abner had 13 carries for 40 yards and Watts 12 for six yards. Smith added three for 11 yards, Wilkes two for five, Xavier Evans two for two and Brayden Blevins two for one.


Cloverdale junior Caydhan Stevens runs the ball in the open field. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Cloverdale junior Caydhan Stevens runs the ball in the open field. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Cloverdale quarterback Parker Watts finished with five completions for 43 yards. James Johnson led in receptions with two for 24 yards while Jakes Wilkes added one for 10 yards, Jake Smith one for six and Logan Abner one for three.

On the ground, Abner had 13 carries for 40 yards and Watts 12 for six yards. Smith added three for 11 yards, Wilkes two for five, Xavier Evans two for two and Brayden Blevins two for one.

Wilkes had the team’s only interception for 41 yards.

Defensive stats, including tackles were not available as of press time.



Wyatt Helterbrand receives a high five from the head coach. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Wyatt Helterbrand receives a high five from the head coach. SHAWNA RUSH | SPENCER EVENING WORLD

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