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Marion clobbers Anamosa
by Brandon Leonard · September 20th, 2013

It was safe to say that Marion left Decorah with a sour taste in their mouths after being spanked by the defending Class 3A state champions yet again. They would hit the road again last Friday night but things would be different this time around as Marion dominated Anamosa by a score of 58-0.

It was a two man show for a while offensively as Trevor Hardman dished out three touchdowns to Quinn Cannoy in the first quarter. After that the usual Marion ground game found the end zone five times in the next two quarters while both teams remained scoreless for the final quarter.

Offensively, a familiar face was the go to guy on the ground. Junior Dontavious Young ran for 108 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown to lead the Marion rushing brigade. Senior John Carstensen ran for 42 yards and a touchdown while the banged up Colton Mowry managed to pump out 30 yards on the night with a touchdown. Jeremy Schneiders and Carter Stigge also found the end zone for Marion in the contest.

Hardman finished with 122 yards through the air, completing five of his eight attempts. Cannoy finished with 117 yards on four catches and Logan Fuller had a five yard grab as well.

On the defensive side of the ball, Fuller had six tackles and an interception to lead Marion. Jordan Comreid had six tackles as well and Stigge had five tackles in the balanced team effort. Evan Kramer and Devin Quinn scooped up fumbles as well.

Ben Kroemer booted six of his seven extra point attempts through the uprights and he connected on a 24 yard field goal in the third quarter.
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