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August 23, 2013

H.S. SOCCER: Quick start carries Indians to easy victory

RICHMOND — The Indians got off to a fast start Thursday at home against Anderson County.

Madison Central scored twice in the first 14 minutes and rolled to a 5-2 win over Anderson County. Junior midfielder Caleb Crutcher scored twice, while Dylan Dotson, Hunter Jackson and Ethan Fielder also scored for the Indians (2-0).

Crutcher got the scoring started in the eighth minute. He was fouled in the box and took the penalty kick, which he slid into the left corner of the net.

Six minutes later, Grant Willoughby drew the goalie out of the net and found Crutcher in front the net. The junior blasted a shot over a sliding defender to give Central a 2-0 lead.

With 18:53 left before the half, Dotson scored on an assist from Crutcher.

With 5:26 left before the half, Sam Perkins sent a cross to the front of the net that Jackson headed into the goal.

Fielder got loose on a breakaway with less than a minute left and gave Central a 5-0 lead heading into the break.

Central is set to return to action Saturday at Boyle County

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