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New offense lights up scoreboard for WT

 

Raiders beat Paulding 60-22 to claim Black Swamp Bowl V

By KEVIN WANNEMACHER

Sportswriter

HAVILAND – Wayne Trace displayed a new offense at Raider Field on Friday night and, if it was any sign of things to come, the Raider faithful will have a lot to watch in 2012.

The Raiders put up 60 points in the season opener against county rival Paulding as Wayne Trace rolled to its second straight victory in the series, a 60-22 win.

Head coach Bill Speller felt coming into the year that the Raiders are loaded with athletes and speed, and both were on display in a big way in the season opener.

 

 

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