Indianola promptly scored the game’s first touchdown on the Colonels’ ensuing possession. Quarterback Will Davis capped a nine-play drive with a 33-yard touchdown run up the middle after he broke three tackles near the line of scrimmage to give the Colonels a 7-0 lead with 9:04 left in the second quarter.

Indianola never looked back.

The Colonels added two more touchdowns in the second quarter — both on big fourth-down plays.

Sherman Timbs bulldozed his way into the end zone on fourth and goal from the 1 to make it 14-0 with 3:38 left in the second.

Two minutes later, Davis hit Ben Van Cleve with a pretty pass over the middle for a 26-yard touchdown hookup on a fourth-and-9 play to give Indianola a 20-0 lead.

 Indianola was converting so well on fourth downs that the Rebels (11-3) gave it try itself. They didn’t have the same kind of success. On fourth-and-4 from its own 21, ACCS, which was down 20-0, elected to go for it and came up short.

One play later, Timbs rushed for a 21-yard touchdown to give Indianola a 27-0 lead and put the exclamation point on the game.

“The second, third and fourth quarters we played well,” Nester said. “I’m so proud of our lines, our running backs and our defense. This was such a team win and that’s how it was for us all season.”