Sussex County Delaware
IR Still Winless
After Losing Lead
Indian River Indians
2001 Game by Game ...

Friday, Oct. 19, 2001
Laurel 28, Indian River 18

Indian River running back Billy HallPhoto: Indian River running back and defensive back Billy Hall

The Indian River football team had its season-high point total but lost an 11-point second period lead to remain winless.

The Indians led 18-7 in the second quarter by capitalizing on Laurel mistakes with big plays.

Down 7-0, the Indians scored on an 81-yard shovel pass from quarterback Ryan Warner to Brandon Tindley.

The Indians then went ahead 12-7 in the second period when defensive back Billy Hall picked off a Laurel pass and raced 80 yards the other way for a touchdown.

IR then took an 18-7 lead on a touchdown run by fullback Johnny Meiklejohn, who rushed for 72 yards on 13 carries.

The Bulldogs came back in the second half, however, taking advantage of a blocked punt and an Indian River fumble.

The Indians, now 0-3 in the Henlopen Conference Southern Division and 0-6 overall, visit Polytech on Friday, Oct. 26, in a nonconference game.

FALL SPORTS 2001 INDEX | IR Index | Sports Index

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