The Colts came out firing on all cylinders scoring on multiple drives in the first half. With a couple of rushing touchdowns from Micah Balder, a big trick play that Jay Kellahan completed, a long touchdown pass to Charlie Caulder, and another long touchdown pass from Kellahan to Caulder again, this put the Colts up big at halftime. You could tell they came into this game with a chip on their shoulders having remembrance of the last time they played the Cavaliers. Coming out like this, enabled the Colts to keep their lead throughout the second half. The Cavaliers tried to climb back, but the Colts were able to hold them off. On the last play of the game, Al Casselman iced the game with an interception that was almost returned for a touchdown. The Colts will play their final game this Thursday at 6:00 against The King’s Academy.