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September 24. 2013 6:18PM

Oyster River youth football team rolls

Kyle Miller threw for 98 yards and ran for three touchdowns to lead Oyster River’s Grade 5/6 team to a 48-0 victory over Dover in recent Seacoast youth football.

Three touchdowns were scored by Kyle Miller, and Ben Abladian.

Owen McKiernan returned an interception 56 yards for a score.

Colin Clark, Jacob Burd and Ben Abladian also scored TDs. Jordan Mercier led the way with 62 yards receiving. Sam Dembowitz had 36 yards receiving and 38 rushing yards.

Oyster River’s defense was stout all day. Noah Buteau and Travis Golden led the way with six solo tackles each. Noel Oellette, Logan Flynn, Lucas Hamilton, Hunter Henderson, Mason Trottier and Andral Lafleur made timely stops.

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