Big second half powers Vikings past Chiefs
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Teays Valley's defense takes over after scoreless first half to deal Logan 21-0 setback
ASHVILLE — Once Logan’s only real offensive threat of Friday night’s football game came up empty late in the opening quarter, the Teays Valley defense took over.
The Vikings scored three second-half touchdowns to pull away from a game that was scoreless at halftime and blanked the visiting Chieftains 21-0 for their second victory in as many starts.
Logan (0-2) managed just 103 yards of total offense. After freshman Charlie Kline’s 27-yard field goal went just wide to the left with 32 seconds remaining in the opening stanza, the Vikings bottled up Logan’s running game.
“I think we may have held them to negative yards rushing in the second half,” said Teays Valley coach Mark Weber.
He was right.
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