As time ticked away in the fourth quarter, the Denver Broncos started working on running the clock down. They ran the ball as much as they could then would punt the ball down the field and count on the Broncos defense to keep Cam Newton from getting the Panther offense going. And it worked. Von Miller, who was so big for Denver’s defense in the first half, caused Newton to fumble and the Broncos recovered the ball on the four yard line.
On a Sunday, in below-zero temperatures Blair Walsh’s 27-yard field goal attempt curved left with 22 seconds remaining in the Seahawks vs. Vikings game giving over the win to the Seahawks. In the early fourth quarter, the Seahawks hadn’t scored up until Wilson’s quick touchdown toss to Doug Baldwin. After that, a fumble made by Adrian Peterson, with the Vikings, arranged the next time they got the ball to establish a field goal by Steven Hauschka.
The only bright spot for the 49ers in this game was that former Rugby star, Jarryd Hayne, returned a punt 37 yards to put them at the Arizona 19 right before half time. A twelve yard run from Kaepernick put all the points on the board that San Francisco would score in this
The 7th grade Wellington Eagles beat Ark city’s Bullpups on their own court, December 12, at ACMS. The leading scorer for the Eagles was #34 with 18 points. For Ark City, the highest scorers were Briggs, #30, with 12 points; and Bryce, #40, with 10 points.
The 14-try affair saw Craig Garvey and Peni Botiki score two tries each for the gallant Cutters, however it was not enough to match the attacking prowess possessed by the Bears.
The final try of the day came when Allen Mulia Malau grubbered for himself, re-gathered, and extended his arm over the line to plant the ball down, capping of a fantastic Grand Final win for
The eighth grade had a big win of 50-6, scored by Hunter Campbell, Max Kirby, and more. The 8th grade defensive and offensive line´s also had a key part in the win as well. The offensive line held the Titans and the defensive line penetrated and
In the second half the Zips looked positive coming out very physical fighting for midair balls, but the Falcons counter was just too much for the Zips. In just six minutes into the second half the away team found the back of the net again, this time it was a shot from the Falcons forward Sam Howshar. The Zips found themselves in a deeper hole after that second goal, but this didn’t stop them from fighting back to close the Falcons big lead. Later in the second half, the Zips stepped up their defense and lead on threatening counter attacks from Ashley Amato which eventually lead her on another break away to score and put the Zips back in a close game. In the last seven minutes, the Zips were attacking desperately looking to tie and send the game to overtime but the Falcons goalkeeper found a way to shut the Zips from evening the game.
North Sydney Bears and Mounties drew for the second time this season, this time with the final score being 34-all. Mounties trailed by 12 with five minutes remaining, but two late tries and a Mitch Cornish sideline conversion secured that both teams shared the points. Kirisome Auva’a returned for the Bears with a try and two try assists.
21 to 21 with 1:01 left on the clock. I went from glancing at the clock to returning my attention to the huddle. Looking around the huddle I saw all of my teammates that I admired most. Cole Garrett, Alex Koplin, Connor Collins, Nathan Puckett. All of their faces seemed tired, soaked in
Three minutes later, Brady again led his team down the field scoring a touchdown and then converting the 2-point conversion, 28-20 Falcons. The Falcons responded with a great drive thanks to Julio Jones making what could be the catch of the year. However they were forced to punt due to a sack and penalties. The Patriots converted one first down until the play of the game took place. On 1st and 10 Tom Brady throws a ball in the middle of the field that gets tip by a defender. Julian Edelman sees the ball in the air, surrounded by three defenders, he extends his body and just gets his hands under the ball. The Patriots then went on to score and convert the 2-point conversion tying the game, 28-28. Then go into overtime, win the coin toss, drive
Linebackers Reid Mather and Kevin Madero got after it, no doubt. Madero made a big stop on the first snap of the game, dropping Ferndale running back Wyatt Coppini for a one-yard loss. Mather was in on the next two stops.
It’s the last game of the regular season and Cody and Jake are dressed on the sideline waiting for their shot. The Packers are playing Fargo Davies and are in the playoffs no matter what. Davies starts out the game with the ball and on their first drive; the defensive end who was playing for Cooper gets hit in the head and has to come out for the game. Cody gets his chance and is put in on defense. He plays a great first half by recording two tackles and a sack. The second half goes by fast and with one minute left in the game, the Packers and Eagles are tied, 14-14. It’s third and six on the Packers forty yard line and as soon as the ball is snapped, Cody was a shell that just got shot out of a cannon
The Magpies eventually got their first try when Cody Nelson somehow got a grubber away whilst getting dragged down, before the ball bounced up perfectly in the hands of Scott Schulte to reduce the deficit to 16-4.
"It hurt," Simmonds told Philly.com Saturday. "It hurt a lot. It hurt me a lot. It hurt the guys. That was an opportunity where we could have had two points and not possibly leave it to the last game. So I needed to go out there and play my heart out for the rest of the season."