Farmington beats West Fork in shortened game
Posted: September 7, 2012 at 9:56 p.m.
FARMINGTON Farmington beat West Fork 25-0 on Friday in a game shortened because of severe weather.
The Cardinals (2-0) led 19-0 when the game was postponed 1 hour, 40 minutes because of lightning. Farmington scored again on a Josh Blew touchdown run before the game was called with less than five minutes left in the third quarter.
West Fork had the ball on the Farmington 4 when the game was called.
Farmington quarterback Keaton Austin connected on a pair of touchdown passes to give the Cardinals a quick 13-0 lead in the first quarter. Austin hit Michael Brackett for a 20-yard score on a fourth-and-15 play and with Michael Ingram for a 51-yard score just moments later.
Spencer Boudrey also added a 5-yard touchdown in the win.
Farmington will host Paris next Friday, while West Fork (0-2) will travel to Prairie Grove.
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