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Published: Saturday, 10/15/2005

Michigan: Bedford pounds Tecumseh

BEDFORD - Gabe Kaczorowski rushed for a pair of touchdowns and Justin Osentoski added two aerial strikes as Bedford blanked Tecumseh 39-0 last night.

Logan Lynch pounded out 107 yards rushing to lead the Mules (3-5). Kaczorowski added 65 for Bedford, which totaled 231 yards on the ground.

Osentoski completed 8 of 9 passes for 75 yards, connecting with Matt Drew and Josh Winter for touchdowns.

Bedford held the Indians to 104 total yards, 64 rushing and 40 passing.

Whiteford 62, B-D 6

OTTAWA LAKE - The Bobcats put up 21 first downs and rushed for 365 yards, and Lee Hughes threw three touchdown passes in a romp over Britton-Deerfield.

John Ritzenthaler caught 14 and 16-yard TD passes from Hughes, who completed 4 of 11 passes for 69 yards. Chuck Tabbert and Casey Myers also tackled B-D runners in the end zone for safeties.

Andrew Rhoades rushed nine times for 120 yards and kicked a 31-yard field goal for Whiteford (5-3, 4-1 TCC).

Anthony LaRocca added 114 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries and Nate Seever pitched in 105 on seven totes, including a 59-yard score.

Darwyn Case threw a 23-yard touchdown pass for B-D (1-7, 0-5), which gained 116 yards on the ground and 69 through the air.

Erie Mason 26,

Hudson 20

HUDSON - Todd Whipple intercepted one pass to set up Eric Whipple's winning one-yard touchdown run for the Eagles with 2:06 to play, then intercepted another pass to end the Tigers' last drive.

Kyle Gaynier rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns for Erie Mason (3-5, 3-3).



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