But Lucas Smith, with his 2nd touchdown of the game, ran the ball 1 yd into the endzone, leaving the game at 38-21 and 51 seconds left in the 4th quarter. By the end of the night, the Turpin Spartans were the only undefeated team in the ECC. Coach Kenter, after the game, explains “I wouldn’t change anything about the game, the goal was to win and we did that”. Turpin’s hopes of the playoffs skyrocketed and now they face Glen Este High School, next Friday, October
Despite the defense being one of the best in the country, the Owls' offense wasn't too shabby either, thanks to the backfield combination of quarterback P.J. Walker and running back Jahad Thomas. Walker had a solid season, improving from his sophomore year, passing for 2,972 yards, 19 touchdowns,
Centenary and eventual champion Texas Lutheran both led the tournament by ending a pair of team’s seasons. With the Ladies finishing third, freshmen Nichole Aldridge (pitcher) and Margeux Smith (designated player) were both named to the SCAC All-Tournament team.
The clock showed 9:42 left in the quarter, when Garrett Clevenger took off on a 10-yard run, giving the Hornets a first down and kept their drive going. Then just :25 later Dylon New picked up14-yards by following his lineman and going straight up the gut of the East Ridge defense. Facing a 3rd and
The Lady Panthers amassed a record of 31-14 during their historic season with playoff wins against: Houston Yates, Bridge City, Hudson, Robinson, Lorena, and Beeville A.C. Jones high schools. On June 2, 2018, the Lady Panthers defeated the Vernon Lady Lions by a score of 3-1 at the University of Texas’ McCombs Field. Coaching, preparation, calm under pressure, and teamwork propelled the Lady Panthers to victory.
The Mountaineers (36-22) overcame an 8-0 deficit in the first two and a half innings to take a 10-9 lead in the bottom of the fifth. That lead stood until the ninth inning until TCU (42-15) tied the game.
A three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh by Alex Bishop and an insurance run in the eighth by UT Tyler spoiled a comeback by the LeTourneau University baseball team in the opening round game of the 2016 ASC Baseball Tournament Blue Bracket. The matchup was a rematch of the last two champions of the American Southwest Conference Tournament.
Obviously, these are the stats to success for the Cougars and thus far it has worked out for them. It will be interesting to see if these stats continue to work in their favor this upcoming season as they try to repeat as AAC
Last night in Dayton, at Welcome stadium the Belmont Bison hosted the Bulldogs from Woodward high school, out of Cincinnati. Belmont has shown a very high octane running offense at times this season, while the Bulldogs has been up and down not only only offense but defense as well.
Last night in Zanesville at Sulsberger John D Stadium, Newark Catholic and Fort Frye battled in a third round playoff game. Fort Frye came in 12-0, while the Green Wave came in with a,8-4record. During the regular season the teams Fort Frye anihlated had a combined record of, 39-63 and the biggest schoo they faced was, division five Northridge, a team Newark Catholic hammered by,28. Fort Frye got them by 17.
Sanders lead all scorers, achieving a double-double with 23-20, his Center Brown would also record a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Indian Rivers Lennon would finish with a team-high 18 points. Coach Harris explained how he felt after the game.” We wanted to get our feet wet early, they were playing fast and it looked like we were trying to play fast, had to get back to our strength which is going inside, and being patient. We will always play hard, I don’t believe we played well. Sanders is playing well, Probably could have had another 40 point game tonight, he missed some chippy shots that he should have made, he is coming along, he is a hard worker. I expect the young guys to continue to play their role, we always say next man up, whenever their name is called they need to be ready to step