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Piqua 41, Troy 10 (10/31/2014)

November 1, 2014

The oldest ongoing high school football rivalry in Ohio is the annual “Battle of the Miami” between Piqua High School and Troy High School. And on Friday night, it was the Piqua Indians that evened the overall record between the two schools at 62-62-6 with their 42-10 victory on a very cold Halloween night. Despite a hard wind and light snow that came down throughout the game, Piqua’s Senior Quarterback and Great American Rivalry Series Game Most Valuable Player, Trent Yeomans scored three touchdowns and guided an Indians offense that ran through the Trojan defense all night long and was a one man wrecking crew powering the Indians all night long.

The wind, rain, and snow showers hampered both teams attempt to throw the ball throughout the game. But it was the running of Game MVP Yeomans who turned the tide. Yeomans ran from 145 yards and scored three times in the game. And the stifling Indian defense shut down almost all of the Troy Trojans attempts to score.

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