Indians avert upset against Bryan


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Jacob Raabe of Wauseon, top, and Danny Hench combine for a tackle on a Bryan runner during Friday’s homecoming game. The Indians escaped with a 14-13 victory.

Jacob Raabe of Wauseon, top, and Danny Hench combine for a tackle on a Bryan runner during Friday’s homecoming game. The Indians escaped with a 14-13 victory.


Max Householder | Fulton County Expositor

Bryan’s Zac Nobis threw a touchdown with no time left on the clock, however, Joshua Jones missed the game tying extra point as Wauseon held on for a narrow 14-13 win over the Golden Bears Friday night at Harmon Field.

The Indians led 14-0 heading into the fourth quarter behind a six yard touchdown catch for Mason Creager and 46 yard run for Everett Bueter. The other score for the Bears came with 49 seconds left in the fourth when Nobis hit Jones for a five yard TD.

Wilson carried the load for the Indians, rushing 28 times for 114 yards while also throwing the TD to Creager. Bueter notched 11 carries for 76 yards and a score.

Nobis completed 6 of 15 passes for 71 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for Bryan.

Wauseon (5-1, 2-1 NWOAL) travels to face a surging Liberty Center squad this Friday. The Tigers are currently tied atop the league standings with Swanton as both are 3-0.

Jacob Raabe of Wauseon, top, and Danny Hench combine for a tackle on a Bryan runner during Friday’s homecoming game. The Indians escaped with a 14-13 victory.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2015/10/web1_wauseon-makes-tackle.jpgJacob Raabe of Wauseon, top, and Danny Hench combine for a tackle on a Bryan runner during Friday’s homecoming game. The Indians escaped with a 14-13 victory. Max Householder | Fulton County Expositor

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