Friday, September 9, 2016 Scoring Summaries
Edgerton 39, Delta 21
The Bulldogs scored the first two touchdowns of the game. The first score came on a 35 yard pass from Clayton Flegal to Carter Knecht. Logan Sack converted the PAT for a 7-0 lead. Edgerton’s next score came on a 25 yard run by Hunter Prince. The extra point failed and the lead was 13-0. Delta was able to answer the second Edgerton touchdown with a 75-yard spring by Dylan Rogers. The extra point was good and the first quarter ended with Edgerton up 13-7. The only score in the second quarter was a safety by the Bulldogs making the half time score 15-7. The two teams traded scores in the third quarter. Edgerton scored first with a one-yard plunge by Prince. The PAT attempt was no good and Edgerton had a 21-7 advantage. Jason Beverly of Delta answered with a one-yard run of his own. With the extra point good, the score was still in Edgerton’s advantage at 21-14 as the third quarter ended. The Bulldog offense dominated in the fourth quarter as they rang up three touchdowns. The first, a ten yard run by Clayton Flegal, made the score 27-14. Delta cut the Edgerton advantage to six points with a five yard run by Jason Beverly as the score read 27-21. Derek Blue came back to put the Bulldogs back up with 19 yard run for a 33-21 lead. With Delta’s offense sputtering, the Bulldogs added the insurance touchdown on a 33-yard Blue run to make the final 39-21. Blue led all ball carriers with 162 yards on 24 carries. Dylan Rogers paced the Panthers with 112 yards on just five carries.
Montpelier 52, Lima Perry 39
The Locomotives scored 16 first quarter points. Their first score was on a 36 yard run by Austin Grubb with 8:29 remaining. Perry Answered that score, but the Locomotive put together two more scoring drives that went unanswered. Evan Friend hit a 32-yard field goal to give Montpelier a 9-7 lead. Three minutes later, with time running out in the quarter, Zac Mason connected for a 39 yard pass to Kolden Uribes. Friend’s kick was good for the 16-7 first quarter advantage. Each team scored twice in the second 12-minute period. Montpelier got a four and one yard run by Grubb as they took a 28-19 lead into the locker room. The teams again traded touchdowns in the third quarter. Grubb responded after the Perry touchdown with a 10 yard run. Bryce Cooley’s two-point conversion run gave the Locomotives a 36-26 lead with 7:15 left in the third quarter. As time expired in the third, Bryce Cooley ran for a three-yard score. Brandon Stein added the two-point conversion run and the Locomotives lead was 44-33 heading into the fourth quarter. The teams traded touchdowns in the fourth. The final scoring drive of the game was climaxed by Cooley’s three-yard run. Zac Mason tacked on a two-point conversion run and the Locomotive sealed the 52-39 win.
Ayerville 56, Hilltop 14
The Cadets scored all their points in the first half as the Pilots build up a 42-14 lead at the break.
After Ayersville scored the first four touchdowns of the game, Hilltop tallied six points with a three yard run by Jacob Champion. Ayersville struck three more time in the second period before Hilltop found the end zone for the second and final time with a 51-yard pass play from Quinn Smith to Christian McKinney. Tyler Suboski hit Jacob Champion for the two-point conversion to complete Hilltop’s scoring. Smith ended the game hitting on 12 of 29 passes for 229 yards and a touchdown. McKinney was the top receiver hauling in three passes for 83 yards.
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