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Indians shut out by Chargers

November 5, 2011

O-N-E Photo by Eric Franklin

After successfully earning a playoff berth last week, the dream of a state championship for St. Stephens became a nightmare Friday.

Crest held the Indians to 110 yards of offense, including 70 on the ground from junior running back Jon Sweet. The Chargers collected a 49-0 shutout against St. Stephens in Shelby on Friday, eliminating the Indians from playoff contetion.

After the first quarter ended scoreless, the Chargers scored in three-straight quarters.

Four Chargers — Rhaheim Ledbetter, Michael Gullate, Jerry Currence and Shaquan Ussery — each scored a rushing touchdown in the game. Gullate also threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Harvey McSwain.

Indians quarterback Matt Williams struggled, completing 4-of-10 passes for 31 yards. He threw an interception in the second quarter, which was returned 24 yards by Dominique Roseboro for a touchdown.

St. Stephens ends its season with a 4-8 record.

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