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Whitko shuts out Manchester at Ball State

September 14, 2011

Post and Mail photo / Nicole Ott Quarterback Alex Stoddard looks for an open receiver while Chris Bumbaugh provides pass protection.

MUNCIE — Not many high school athletes get the opportunity to play on a NCAA Division I football field.
Whitko’s Wildcats, along with the rest of the Three Rivers Conference, got the opportunity to travel to Muncie Saturday and play on Ball State’s field.
The ’Cats shutout Manchester 34-0, in what was supposed to be Whitko’s first home game.


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