Clark has big day, South falls

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MIDDLEBURY — Bellows Falls Union High School student Shane Clark ran the ball 20 times for 112 yards and two scores during the South's 57-41 loss to the North in Saturday's All-Star football game at Middlebury College.

Burr and Burton quarterback Jay McCoy had 105 rushing yards for the South, which fell behind 19-0 before Clark delivered with a 22-yard run to paydirt. Windsor quarterback Seth Balch later scored on a sneak, which was set up by a 51-yard halfback option pass from BF's Logan Cota to Will Fischer.

Balch threw an 11-yard TD pass to Austin Ellis, Clark struck again, and McCoy found the end zone twice — on runs of six and 46 yards — to cap the scoring for the South.

Nate Parady of Saint Albans paced the winners with 120 rushing yards and three scores. He also returned a punt for a touchdown.

South roster: Shane Clark, Logan Cota and Jared Zobkiw of Bellows Falls; Durin Hoyer and Isaiah Gilbeau of Brattleboro; Cameron Hedberg, Bryce Little, Jay McCoy, Rach Robinson, Connor Simonds and Mark Wade of Burr and Burton; Drew Eddy, Austin Ellis, Tim Fyles, Seth Parks and Jacob Stoodley of Fair Haven; Tyler Hamilton, Hunter Perkins and Kody Rhodes of Hartford; Jack Deppman, Brian Foote, Tyler Hotte, Jaro Perera and Cody Pomainville of Middlebury; Brian Eaton and Nate Kapusta of Mill River; Parson Williams of Otter Valley; James Mars of Poultney/Mount Saint Joseph; Will Fischer and Aaron Mattison of Mount Anthony; Brendan Crossman, Jared Migliorie, Dylan Moore and Austin Pear of Rutland; Matt LaChappelle and Mason Olney of Springfield; Seth Batch, Duncan Frazer, Ben Meagher, Dakota Page and Jacob Tucker of Windsor; Pat Potter, Brendan Schwartz, and Elliot Shoemaker of Woodstock.


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