CENTERBURG — The lightning came a bit early in Centerburg on Friday evening. At least, it struck too early for the visiting Northmor Golden Knights.
In a game that was suspended at halftime due to a lightning storm, the Trojans beat Mother Nature to the punch, creating lightning of their own. The undefeated Trojans put five touchdowns on the board to grab a 38-7 lead in their first Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference game of the season. The game will be resumed with the start of the second half at Centerburg High School at 5 p.m. today.
The first half was all Centerburg right from the opening kickoff when Jeremy Sesma took the opener 90 yards for a touchdown. It was the kind of start that the Trojans wanted, coming off of a big win against Danville last week.
“We wanted to stay focused,” said Centerburg head coach Jim Stoyle. “We didn’t want to have any mental lapse or let down after last week. We talked all week long about having no emotional letdowns, and that kickoff return really got us going.”
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