Murray moves into quarterfinals
Faces rematch with Adair-Casey
MURRAY — Murray’s fast start was the biggest difference in its 64-40 victory over Colo-Nesco here Monday night, but arguably the biggest play of the game came in the third quarter, after the Royals had just cut Murray’s lead to 30-16, making it a two-possession game.
Colo-Nesco started the half with the ball, trailing 30-8. On the second play of the Royals’ drive, senior running back Adam Lytle took the ball off the right side for a 58-yard touchdown.
Senior quarterback Brandyn Neimeyer carried the ball up the middle for the 2-point conversion, making it a 30-16 ballgame with 11:34 remaining in the third quarter.
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