Exeter-Milligan didn't take long to put up points Wednesday night in a windy playoff match at home in Milligan. The Kennesaw Blue Devils traveled to Milligan confident after their first round defeat of Giltner 81-6. The Blue Devils must have been shellshocked when the Timberwolves took a 28-8 lead by half. By the end of the third quarter the T-wolves were up 34-8. The Blue Devils finally made some progress passing the ball when #6 Tyson Burr caught a Schnitzler pass with 8:41 left in the fourth quarter. Kennesaw completed the 2 point conversion (34-16) but the Timberwolves turned right around and on the first down Maxson runs into the endzone 59 yards for another 6. Zeleny pulled a QB keeper and tacked on two more points. Kennesaw had the ball again and on the second down the ball was scooped from Schnitzler's on the 3 yard line by Kirby Soukup and Jack Dinneen. Joey Bartu carried the ball in for a touchdown but couldn't get the conversion in. Kennesaw tacked on another touchdown with the reserves for both teams in the game making it 48-24 with 3:45 on the clock. The Timberwolves went three and out and in their final possession the Blue Devils scored again making the final 48-32. The Timberwolves will meet Wynot in Milligan on Tuesday.
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