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Lansing Sexton 47 - East Lansing 21

East Lansing traveled to Lansing Sexton, as Dan Bogan's team looked to remain unbeaten. But that dream nearly turned into a nightmare, thanks to East Lansing.

In the fourth quarter, the Trojans snatched a late lead on the road. Reese Pioder, went deep to Londell Nelson, and he did not stop until he crossed the goaline. An upset alert for Sexton, as East lansing led 21-18.

But the Big Reds get it done in the final minutes. First, Ja'von Wray bounced in for a score. 

Then, Malik Mack found Ja'von Cooney and this kid motored. Just like that, it was 33-21 Sexton.

But wait. There's more. East lansing tried to mount a comeback, but Rod Lewis intercepted it, and he gets the congratulatory chest bumps.

Don't be fooled by this final score, 47-21 - the Big Reds scored the last 29 points to remain undefeated at 7-0.

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