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Cyclones outscore Terrace in Game one of the Central Keystone championship weekend

The Derry Decatur Cyclone’s offense came out hot from the start, scoring 28 points in the first half to take game one of the Central Keystone Football and Cheer League’s Pee Wee championship games 34-6 over a hard hitting Terrace team.

Cyclone running back Blake Specht rushed for over 100-yards, ran back a punt return to the house and pulled down an interception en route to the victory.

The Terrace got a strong running effort from Ryer Herrington as he scored a 32-yard touchdown scamper for the Tigers lone touchdown on the


On the first Derry offensive drive, the Cyclones marched its way down the field on a 8-play drive that culminated in a 2-yard TD run by Tristan Fultz. With the successful PAT, Derry led 7-0.

Defensively, the Cyclones held the Tigers on its first offensive possession forcing a 3- and-out.

The Tigers punted the ball to Specht and he took ball back all the way for the 32-yard punt return, upping the lead to 14-0.

Terrace’s second possession was also a 3-and-out, giving the ball back in the hands of the sizzling Derry offense.

The Cyclones  five plays later on a quarterback keeper by Charles Hampton.

Rounding out the first scoring was quarterback Wyatt Wilson who scored from a yard out, ending the half with the 28-0 advantage.

In the second half, Derry Decatur scored on its first possession thanks to an interception by Rylie Kahley.

With the momentum still focused in the Cyclones direction, Fultz capped off the scoring for his team with a 36-yard run.

However, the Tigers never gave up as they moved the ball down the field in the third.

On its second play from scrimmage

Herrington broke free and put his team on the board, ending the scoring at 34-

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