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  • By Mount Vernon News
    October 29, 2011 11:13 pm EDT

     

    DANVILLE — For the sixth straight year, the Devil-Dog trophy will spend some time at Danville High School.

    The Blue Devils completed a 7-3 season by pounding the East Knox Bulldogs, 34-7, in Saturday's season finale.

    Danville exployed the same strategy that helped the team all year — give the ball to Heath Buckingham and let him pound away. Buckingham had 26 carries for 218 yards, scoring four touchdowns.

    Marcus Durbin went 7-for-8 passing for 74 yards. He found Derek Baker three times.

    Quinton Ferenbaugh scored the other touchdown for the Blue Devils.

    East Knox was led by Mason Lyon, who carried the ball 11 times for 94 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown sprint in the second quarter.

    For a complete wrap-up of the game, check out Monday's edition of the Mount Vernon News.


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