Briefly: Scott City football team shut out in second half of loss to Hayti

Saturday, October 6, 2012
Scott City defensive end Ryan Fortner, left, and linebacker Zach Haynes bring down Hayti running back Jamal Brooks during the Rams' home loss to the Indians.

Hayti overcame a 14-0 halftime deficit and a second-half weather delay of just over an hour to rally for a 22-14 victory over host Scott City on Friday night.

The Indians (3-4) have won six straight meetings and 12 of the last 13 against the Rams (4-3).

Karnard Humes scored on a 15-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter and the first play after the delay to forge a 14-14 tie. Hayti was successful on the two-point conversion to take the lead for good at 16-14.

The Rams ran just 17 offensive plays in the second half compared to 47 for Hayti as the Indians controlled the final two quarters.

Scott City running back Travis Phillips was held under 100 yards for the first time this season. He gained 70 yards on 18 carries.

Hayti 0 0 8 14 -- 22

Scott City 2 12 0 0 -- 14

First Quarter

SC -- Safety, Hayti fell on fumble in end zone, 8:24

Second Quarter

SC -- Travis Phillips 2 run (run failed), 10:50

SC -- Gordon Bradley 67 fumble return (kick failed), 2:08

Third Quarter

H -- Demetrius Luster 1 run (Karnard Humes pass from Austin Neisler), 4:46

Fourth Quarter

H -- Humes 15 run (Maurion Newbill pass from Neisler), 11:52

H -- Luster 5 run (run failed), 9:46

H SC

First downs 16 11

Rushes-yards 38-89 45-161

Passing yards 147 12

Passes 11-27-1 2-9-0

Punts 4-27.3 4-45.3

Fumbles-Lost 5-2 3-2

Penalties-Yards 11-68 8-59

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING -- Hayti, Humes 5-55, Luster 13-39, Jamal Brooks 16-22, Neisler 1-minus 6, team 3-minus 21. Scott City, Phillips 18-70, Zach Haynes 18-89, Zach Carlyle 6-18, Jon McFall 3-minus 16.

PASSING -- Hayti, Neisler 11-27-1-147. Scott City, McFall 1-7-0-16, Phillips 1-1-0-minus 4, Carlyle 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING -- Hayti, Humes 4-58, Newbill 3-50, Cedric Harris 2-23, Luster 2-16.

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