Thomasville Times Enterprise

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November 17, 2012

Syrupmakers advance

(Continued)

CAIRO —

For full details, see Saturday's edition of the Times-Enterprise.

Cairo.........................24

Riverdale..................13

Riverdale        0      7     0      6 — 13

Cairo                  6      0         7  11  — 24

First Quarter

C — Donald Thomas 15 pass to Reese Wooten (kick missed)

Second Quarter

R — Asania Aderhold 27 pass to Kambad Magwood (Juan Cervantes kick)

Third Quarter

C — P.J. Davis 45 run (Taylor Donalson kick)

Fourth Quarter

C — Jeremiah Hill 13 run (Thomas pass to Deonta Dismuke)

C — Donalson 22 kick

R — Aderhold 52 pass to Trey Sanders (kick missed)

    Riverdale    Cairo

First downs    8         12

Rush-yards    27-78     43-211

Passing    247          37

Comp-Att-Int    9-20-1     4-11-0

Fumbles-Lost    2-2          0-0

Penalties    9-85       9-63

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Riverdale, Kambad Magwood 6-35, Fred Ward 5-39, Asania Aderhold 11-8. Cairo, P.J. Davis 15-95, Donald Thomas 13-47, Jeremiah Hill 11-55, Reese Wooten 1-6, Brian Soles 3-8.

PASSING — Riverdale, Aderhold 9-20-1 247. Cairo, Thomas 4-11-0 37.

RECEIVING — Riverdale, Rashad Canty, 4-125, Trey Sanders 2-63, Magwood 2-31, Brent Merritt 2-28. Cairo, Justin Hill 1-2, Wooten 3-35.

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