Saturday, November 06, 1999

Kings 32, Vandalia Butler 23


Hurley rushes for 156 yards

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Kings' Dethy Chandler is gang-tackled.
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        Senior Mike Hurley rushed for 156 yards on 18 carries as Kings defeated Vandalia Butler 32-23 in a Division II regional quarterfinal game Friday at Kings.

        It was the Knights' 10th win in a row. Kings racked up 330 yards on the ground to Vandalia Butler's 191.

        The win sets up a matchup with league rival Lebanon, which Kings defeated in Week 3, 14-7. That one loss cost Lebanon (9-1 regular season) the FAVC title.

        Butler ....... 0  7  7  9—23

        Kings ....... 6  6  6  14—62

        K—Paddock 35 int. return (kick failed)

        K—Hurley 8 run (pass failed)

        V—Buck 5 pass from Betts (Adams kick)

        K—Swearingin 2 run (kick failed)

        V—Molnar 11 run (Adams kick)

        K—Hurley 22 run (Wilders kick)

        V—Adams 27 FG

        K—Bikis 35 pass from Dranschak (Wilders kick)

        V—Betts 1 run (pass failed)

        Records: VB 6-5, K 10-1.

       



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