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Sharp and Bolton too much: Victory beats Hebron with two second half touchdowns

August 26, 2013

Hebron Christian senior Hayden Carty takes a sip of water during a timeout during the Eagles loss to Victory Christian on Friday in Pheba. (Photo by Will Nations/DTL)

PHEBA – Victory Christian’s junior running backs Anthony Sharp and Cody Bolton were the one-two punch that the Victory Eagles needed to top Hebron Christian 26-14 on Friday night in Pheba.

After the Victory defense held Hebron on a fourth down conversion attempt at Hebron’s own 36-yard line, Sharp found the end zone in the third quarter on an 18-yard scamper following an 18-yard gain by Bolton to give Victory their first lead of the game on a two-play drive. The lead change came at the 2:41 mark and put Victory up 18-14 in the third period.

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