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Stanley-Boyd Wins Division 5 State Championship
Friday, November 22nd, 2013 -- 6:35 am
Posted by Larry Hoeser, Sports Director

Stanley-Boyd (14-0) won its third State championship and its first since 1995 with a 21-16 win over Lancaster (13-1) in the Division 5 championship final Thursday.

The Orioles took the opening drive 72 yards and scored on a 4-yard toss from Tyler Sorensen to Craig Mason on fourth down grab a 7-0 lead. They scored on their second possession as well, driving 69 yards capped by a 1-yard sprint to the pylon by Mason at the 5:15 mark of the first quarter.

The Oriolesí defense contributed to the scoring with a 26-yard interception return for a touchdown by Dusty Spaeth to increase their lead to 21-0 with 7:44 remaining in the first half. Lancaster got on the board with a nifty 34-yard scamper by Brett Snyder to cut the deficit 21-7 at the half. The Flying Arrows threatened to score late in the half, but were denied by the Orioles defense on a fourth down pass play from the Stanley-Boyd 8-yard line.

Lancaster pulled to within a score with a 1-yard run by Tyler Glass with 11:38 remaining in the fourth quarter, but the Orioles responded with a time-consuming drive and held the Flying Arrows on a fourth-and-one at the Stanley-Boyd 10-yard line with 1:23 to play in the game. The Orioles took a safety in punt formation with 12 seconds left to cap the scoring.

Tyler Sorensen passed for a Division 5 State final record 172 yards and a touchdown to lead the Orioles offense. Tyler Glass rushed for a game-high 152 yards and a touchdown for Flying Arrows. The Orioles tied a Division 5 State final record with three interceptions.

Lancaster finishes runner-up in its 10th championship game appearance, which ranks as second most among all schools. Itís the third straight season the Flying Arrows have finished runner-up.

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