Newark Catholic Research Paper

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Last night at Northridge high school the Newark Catholic Green Wave rolled in Johnstown looking to sing the hometown Northridge Vikings. So far this season for Newark Catholic it has been a very up and down season, where injuries have hurt this team but caused the coaching staff to build depth and for the Vikings it has been a season that have seen get a win over a,5-4 Minford team and posting two other wins. Newark Catholic won the toss and as they seem to do all the time, elected to take the ball. On the drive the Green Wave needed just six plays to go fifty-two-yards, to make this a,7-0 game. The drive ended when speedster Cameron Lewis going the final ten-yards. The point after kick by on again off again by senior kicker,Nathan Liesen…show more content…
Facing a third and nine, with 5:53 left, Newark Catholic fed the beast known as,Kyle(4 STAR) Gibson and he easily picked up the first down, with a big gain. His front line blew off the ball on this play, making the pick up look easy. With 4:21 left in the quarter, Gibson picked up another first down, when the Green Wave were facing a fourth and one situation. The fourteen play,seventy-one-yard drive ended on a one-yard plunge from Gibson,. The point after increased the Newark Catholic lead to,14-0, with 3:02 left in the…show more content…
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. Peddicord would pick off a Hatfield pass, with 8:54 left in the game and he would take it to the house from about seventy-five-yards out. The point after kick was missed again,this time after a Newark Catholic penalty moved the ball back, causing a longer kick, on the windy night. Hatfield would be picked off again, with 5:32 left in the game. Making the pick for the Green Wave was,Nolan Jurden. The Newark Catholic secondary can be scary good against the pass, when they are not playing ten to twelve yards off the the receiver. The Green Wave final score came on a sixty-yard run by Cameron Lewis. Lewis is a speed burner, who seldom has his number called. The point after kick made the final score,40-12 Newark
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