Sharpsville offense continues great start

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GREENVILLE, Pennsylvania (WKBN) – The Sharpsville offense was at it again Friday night. Sfter outscoring their previous two opponents 87-12, the Blue Devils defeated Reynolds 44-20.

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Tyrin Peavy scored from eleven yards out to give the Blue Devils a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.

Noah McCall and Khaliq Ragster got in on the action next, both scoring rushing touchdowns to extend the lead to 21-0.

Peavy then jumped back in on the action, pushing the lead to 28-0 from one yard out.

Reynolds’ Garrett Daniello scored from 28 yards out to give the Raiders their first score, cutting the lead to 28-7.

Sharpsville would add three more just before the half, Connor Williams kicked a 24 yard field goal to give the Blue Devils a 31-7 lead.

Khaliq Ragster’s one yard TD run would then make it Sharpsville 37, Reynolds 7.

A two-yard TD run from Reynolds’ Dylan McDanel cut the lead to 37-14.

Bobby Besser scored from 28 yards out to add another Sharpsville touchdown, extending the lead to 44-14.

The Raiders would add one final score to close out the game 44-20.

Sharpsville will host Mercer in week five. Reynolds will visit Franklin.

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