Shelbyville Central took their match against Columbia Central on Friday by a conclusive 51-17 score. The lopsided score is just par for the course this season for Shelbyville Central, who can brag about five blowout wins.
Shelbyville Central started the matchup off right with 51 first-half points. Meanwhile, Columbia Central couldn't get anything going offensively, leaving the score at 51-0 heading into the break. Shelbyville Central were outscored in the second half, but Columbia Central's efforts were ultimately no more than a drop in the ocean.
Junior Caleb Marsh and senior Grayson Tramel were among the main playmakers for Shelbyville Central as the former rushed for 64 yards and 3 touchdowns and the latter passed for 160 yards and 3 touchdowns. Tramel has been a consistent playmaker for Shelbyville Central as this was the 8th good game in a row from him. Senior Airius Trice was in the mix, too, providing Shelbyville Central with two touchdowns.
Both teams are staying within the conference for their upcoming matches. Next week Shelbyville Central take on Page at 7:00 PM. Each of these teams will be battling to keep a win streak alive as Shelbyville Central skips in on six wins and Page on four. As for Columbia Central, they will face off against White County. White County are limping into the contest on a eight-game losing streak.
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