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Titans smother Emmetsburg with strong second quarter attack

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For South Central Calhoun the road to recovery after a rare regular season setback started with a lopsided win over Emmetsburg.

Friday night the Titans were able to gain a 41-10 win over the E-Hawks. Most of the damage by the Titans was done in the second quarter when they scored nearly half of their points.

South Central Calhounā€™s attack stated early in the first quarter when Blake McAlister was able to score off a three yard run. Following the PAT the Titans held the lead 7-0.

Emmetsburg scored early in the second quarter, but that just seemed to inspire the Titans.

Early in the second quarter McAlister was able to grab a nine yard touchdown pass from Gavin Batta.

The Batta to McAlister connection would prove to be a lethal one in the second quarter.

With 3:22 left in the first half McAlister was able to grab an 11-yard touchdown pass from Batta, increasing the Titan lead 21-3.

With just 6.8 seconds let in the first half McAlister caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Batta, helping the Titans go to halftime with a 27-3 lead.

The Titans were able to cap off their scoring when Zach Trott scored off a two yard run in the third quarter. Later Cody Thompson scored off a six yard touchdown run in the fourth to give the Titans their ultimate 41-10 victory.

Overall the Titans gathered 352 yards of offense. That included 204 yards rushing with 148 yards passing. They had 15 first downs in the contest.

SCC moves to 2-1 on the season.

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