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UNION CITY, Ind. – After a tough week one loss, the Union City Indians scored 41 points against visiting Oldenburg Academy in the first half Friday night, to grab their first victory of the young season.
“Very proud of how the team bounced back this week,” stated UC head coach Keith Maloy. “They played hard all night and did a tremendous job.”
“Special teams were a game changer for us,” the coach added.
The game was officially called at the half due to lightning in the area, but still counted as a win, according to Coach Maloy.
UC senior Blayne Daniels was awarded the game ball after scoring four touchdowns and kicking his own PAT for the Indians.
The team is now 1-1 on the season and will host Tri-Eastern Conference opponent Hagerstown for a week three showdown. Kick-off set for 7 p.m.
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