Lineman do not get many opportunities to run with the football, but Zach Schutt found himself sprinting toward the end zone during the first quarter of Friday's win over South Hardin.

Schutt scooped up a fumble from Tiger Taylor Kolthoff and rumbled 50 yards for the game's first score. That play foreshadowed the entire contest, as the Cadets took advantage of six SH turnovers to turn the non-district game into a 35-6 rout.

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