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Clippers claim Homecoming victory over Washington

BY SPECIAL TO THE DAILY IOWAN | OCTOBER 12, 2009 7:20 AM

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Clear Creek Amana played a complete game against Washington on Oct. 9, with the offense, defense, and special teams all contributing in a 31-7 win.

The Homecoming spirit from the crowd lifted the Clippers in their victory.

“It’s a lot more fun to dance when you win,” said assistant coach Bob Broghammer, smiling.

After an injury and two games on the sidelines, quarterback Blaze Smith was ready to step in again.

“I felt great, fast, and powerful,” he said. “It was a good night to be healthy again.”

Smith passed for 269 yards, and Ted Hergert caught two touchdown passes.

Josh Rohret’s kickoff return, Caleb Sedlacek’s field goal, and Tyler Grauer’s touchdown run capped off the scoring.

“As opposed to getting shut out 21-0 last year … it was great,” Smith said. “It was great for the team and also for the community.”

— by Kayla Buffington


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