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.
After earning nearly every First Team All-SEC lists in 2015, Zach Cunningham has been named to multiple 2016 preseason nominee lists including the Dick Butkus, Bronko Nagurski and the Denarik awards. His 16½ tackles for a loss and four forced fumbles were third highest among SEC players during the regular season. With 14 career starts in 23 games, Cunningham is the leader among the linebacker unit. He's also the Vanderbilt active career leader in total tackles (170), solo tackles (106), tackles for a loss (23), forced fumbles (five), and fumble recoveries (three).
After a Northridge penalty moved the ball to the two-yard-line, Gibson would go the final two-yards for another Newark Catholic score.The point after kick was missed. leaving this a,27-12 Newark Catholic lead.Gibson finished with 136 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. He looked like a man playing against boys in the the second half. A large part was because of the work of his offensive line, who seemed to play much better then they did in the opening half.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--During the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game, the West Virginia University defense defeated the offense 44-21 at Milan Puskar Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Boxers, who fall to 8-8 overall and 4-4 in the Northwest Conference, were limited to four hits in game one and came back with eight hits in the nightcap. Three different Boxers – Dustin Meyer (Silverton, Ore.) in game one and Dylan Wright (Gilbert, Ariz.) and Brandon Henderson (Pearl City, Hawaii) in the nightcap – each had two hits to lead Pacific hitters.
Perez led the Boxers with 11 tackles in a 45-22 victory vs. Occidental in the first-ever NCAA Division III game in Honolulu, Hawai‘I . Perez notched seven solo tackles, while also recording three tackles for loss and one sack. He also broke up three passes. For the season, he has also had three games with double-digit tackles and in four of his last five games.
WVU jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning. Kyle Gray doubled down the left field line and scored on Cole Austin's base hit. Marques Inman's double drove in two runs and then the sophomore crossed the plate on Jimmy Galusky's single to right center.
Things got start with a bang, when Dawson Martin took off for a sixteen-yard run, showing speed and nice field vision. Martin would close out the drive on a 2-yard run to make this a,6-0 game. A two point conversion run by,Elijah Malcolm made the score,8-0, with 9:05 left in the quarter.
The Cougars went into half with a 21-3 lead. Ward scored on a 7 yard run for the first touchdown of the day as Houston went 64 yards in 11 plays in 2 minutes and 33 seconds as they picked up the pace on the drive. Florida State followed with a field goal. Both defenses stepped up after the scoring and FSU intercepted a tipped pass, then the teams punted back and forth before Houston scored another touchdown.
The stands were filled with spectators waiting to see the outcome of the homecoming game versus Pacifica. Dana and Pacifica had both lost their past two games and it was unclear who would come out on top. With a final score of 31-49, it was the most thrilling match the Dana fans had seen this season.
9:52 remained when New picked up 28-yards on a nice run where he was tackled by Taylor. Phelps ended the 6-play,58-yard drive with a 9-yard touchdown run by New, who used the work of his offensive line to go right up the guy of the Warriors defense. This made the score 25-0. with
In his second season as the Boxers' head coach, he guided the Boxers back to the Northwest Conference Baseball Tournament. One of the key contributors to that team, Walker Olis garnered multiple post-season honors including First
In the summer of 2014, The Hannah-Pamplico raiders, coming off a dismantling 0-10 season have got there 3rd head coach in less than four years. Some of the players excited, others a little unsure about what he will bring. His name, Al Calcutt he comes from the powerhouse of Cavers Bay. With state championships and head coaching experience, looks like a great fit to turn the Raiders around. The Raiders finish the summer workouts and are looking to the first game against Green Sea Floyds. The Raiders playing with a huge chip on their shoulders are anxiously waiting for the start of a new year. They travel down to the Trojans stadium and get ready to play the season opener. As the first whistle is sounded, kickoff is ready to begin for the Raiders. The team comes out striking hard and going into halftime the score a huge 27-0. The Raiders kept fighting hard and the end of the game a score of 50-18. The previous time the Raiders scored 50 points was in the early 2000s. That win for them proved to the Raiders that they can reach their goal of a
nJonathan Harris leads the team with 3.0 sacks this season, and he has 4.5 tackles for loss. Drew Seers and CJ Bivens are also tied with Harris with 4.5 tackles for loss.
Football – Head Coach Keith Buckley announced the hiring of former Boxer football standouts Jeff Bajema (Burlington, Wash.) and Jack Perez (Petaluma, Calif.) as assistant coaches. Both earned numerous honors during their careers at Pacific including first team all-Northwest Conference on multiple occasions including the 2016 season. Plus, both were named to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society for their efforts in the classroom. "Jack and Jeff will go down as two of the best at their positions to ever wear a Boxer uniform," said Buckley. "Their competitiveness and knowledge of our defensive package will be a great benefit to every player on the roster. I am excited to see the same work ethic on the coaching side that they