Fred Main/ News Fredericktown’s Jimmy Nussbaum (40) tries to squeeze out some more yards as a pack of East Knox Bulldogs attempt to drag him down Friday at East Knox. Nussbaum had two interceptions defensively to lead the Freddies to a 32-28 victory.

 

Fred Main/ News East Knox receiver Ethan Beckett (32) hauls in a touchdown pass over Fredericktown’s Xavier Stallard during the first half of Friday’s Knox Morrow Athletic Conference game. The Freddies rallied late to grab a 32-28 victory over the Bulldogs.

 

HOWARD — The Fredericktown Freddies had this game circled on the calendar for a long time.

The Freddies had their season derailed last year by East Knox and were looking for a bit of revenge. They got it Friday.

Fredericktown forced five turnovers and scored 19 points in the final quarter to upset the previously unbeaten Bulldogs, 32-28, in a Knox Morrow Athletic Conference football game at East Knox.

 

Fred Main: 740-397-5333 or fmain@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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