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October 4, 2012

Comets, Warriors ready for MWC clash

Logan visits NC in search of first NCC win.

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The game is for third place in the MWC. Caston won at Winamac last season to snap a six-game losing streak against the Warriors.

Jeremy Gonzalez has rushed for 661 yards and six touchdowns to lead Caston. Quentin Douglass has 290 yards rushing and four TDs and 624 yards passing and seven TDs. Chanse Ault has 50 tackles, 9.5 tackles for a loss and three sacks. Corey Moss has 55 tackles.

Tyler Katschke has rushed for 882 yards and nine TDs for Winamac. Zach Shidler has 435 yards rushing and nine TDs and 758 yards passing and 10 TDs. Levi Schultz has 15 catches for 344 yards and four TDs. Richie Doty has 65 tackles and 12 tackles for a loss.

Logan (1-6, 0-5 NCC) at New Castle (0-7, 0-5 NCC)

The Berries are first hoping to get the game in, as their last two Friday trips to Anderson and Muncie Central were postponed by thunderstorms, and more importantly they’re looking for their first North Central Conference win of the season.

They’re facing a winless New Castle team that is coming off its best performance of the season, a 24-10 loss to first-place Richmond.

“New Castle played really well against Richmond last week,” Logan coach Brad Urban said. “They changed some positions around and put their best athlete at quarterback, and it made a huge difference for them. They provide a lot of problems for our defense, and we really only have one film on them with their new quarterback. They had a 10-0 lead in the second quarter and had a chance to win.

“In the past the New Castle game was a game you could take for granted, but they’re very much improved despite their record. We have a lot to prepare for this week preparing for two different offenses.”

The Berries are coming off their best defensive game of the season in last week’s 21-0 loss to Kokomo other than their lone win over Peru. But mistakes have continued to cost them during the NCC season.

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