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Hoover 32 - Lexington 0

September 9, 2011


Game Summary

LEXINGTON—The Vikings’ defense held the Minutemen to 144 total yards and forced three turnovers, as Hoover earned its their first win of the season.

​The special teams also played a big role for the Vikings.

​Up 13-0 and attempting a punt in the third quarter on 4th-and-10, Junior, Dom Iero faked it, then threw a 39-yard TD pass to Junior, Sam Woods.

​Hoover also got a 44-yard punt return for a score from Junior, Xavier Hogan in the fourth quarter.

​The Vikings got on the board in the first quarter, when Austin Appleby found Brandon Race for a 21-yard TD pass.

​Appleby, who was 9-of-24 for 97 yards, also had a 3-yard TD run.

Sophomore, Alex Welsh led the Vikings’ rushing attack with 99 yards and a 1-yard TD run.


Source: fridaynightohio.com