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Kacen Kills 'Em

 

August 31, 2022

Dan Stevens

Milledgeville wrapped up the Broncos in the first half.

By several accounts, the Orangeville Broncos opened up the return of the Jay Doyle era with a lot of promise: the Broncos had 166 yards rushing while the Milledgeville Missiles only got 104; the Broncos threw for 46 passing yards and had more total offense than Milledgeville – 212 to 185; and although sidelined for the first three quarters for disciplinary reasons that carried over from the year before – when Blake Folgate was finally allowed to play he burst through for 68 yards and a touchdown.

In many ways, Orangeville showed that there is a great deal of promise this coming season...



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