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 Kelley Fryer/The Guilford Courier
 Senior quarterback Joe Nault rushed for 218 yards on 13 carries and was  responsible for  seven of Guilford’s nine touchdowns (5 rushing; 2  passing) in the Indians’ 63-28 rout at  SCC Division II West rival Law on  Nov. 1.

 Football One Win from Division Title with 63-28 Rout of Law

Published 11/02/2013 12:00 AM
Updated 11/02/2013 01:27 PM

John Lecardo/The Guilford Courier

 The Indians’ football team improved to 4-4 (3-0 in SCC Division II West) with a 63-  28 victory at Law on Nov. 1. Guilford can win its first SCC Division II West crown  with a triumph over Hillhouse (3-5) at home on Nov. 8.

 In the contest, Joe Nault ran for 218 yards and five touchdowns on 13 carries on  the ground and threw for another pair on 71 yards. David Knapp also added 203  rushing yards on 24 attempts with a score of his own. Eric Zergiebel rushed for 65  yards on seven rushes.

 After Law went up 7-0 on a 7-yard pass, the Indians responded with 85 and 6-yard  touchdown dashes from Nault to put Guilford up 14-7 to end the first.

 The Lawmen went up by one on a score from two yards out prior to Nault running for 78 yards to the end zone. Law did strike back with a 3-yard scoring rush; although Nault ended the half’s scoring on a 23-yard run, as the Indians were up, 28-21.

Nault again kept Guilford ahead with a 1-yard sprint for a score before Tony Pensa (2 catches, 71 yards) grabbed a 46-yard scoring reception, which was followed by Nault running it in on the two-point conversion. The Lawmen connected on a 20-yard hookup to end the third, yet the Indians sealed the win in the fourth with a 25-yard connection between Nault and Pensa before two more points were tacked on by Knapp, who had 55 and 2-yard scampers for scores.

Guilford (694 all-purpose yards) also committed no penalties in the victory. Defensively, Nash Singleton, Ben Fazzina, and Zach Soffer each had an interception. Ford Linell led the tackles department with 14, being followed by Fred Trotta (8), along with Knapp, Derek Battick, and Mike Hubbell (each with 7).