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North Huskies vs Henderson County Colonels - at Bundrandt Stadium Aug 25 2017

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Offense

August 25 NORTH vs Henderson Co VARSITY Offensive Stats
2017                
Passing                
Player Att Com % Yards TD INT Notes:  
WHEELER 11 2 18% 22 0 0    
      ####          
TOTAL 11 2 18% 22 0 0    
               
Rushing                
Player Att Yds Avg TD Long Fum Notes:  
TASA 10 89 8.9 0 55 0    
McKINNEY 14 53 3.8 0 14 0    
WHEELER 10 28 2.8 0 9 1 1-QB sack for -4 yds  
RUMSEY 3 14 4.7 0 7 0    
WHATLEY 1 1 1.0 0 1 0    
      ####          
TOTAL 38 185 4.9 0 55 1    
               
Receiving                
Player Rec To " Yds Avg TD Long Notes:  
WHATLEY 1 4 21 21.0 0 21    
FRITTS 1 2 1 1.0 0 1    
HUEBNER   4   ####        
McKINNEY   1   ####        
TOTAL 2 11 22 11.0 0      
  * thrown to          
               
Returns                
Player Type No. Yds Avg. TD Long Notes:  
Skinner Fum 1 5 5.0 0 5    
Whatley KO 3 47 15.7 0 18    
Rumsey KO 1 14 14.0 0 14    
Rumsey Punt     ####     1-fair catch  
TOTAL   5 66 13.2 0      
               
Kicks                
Player Type No. Yds Avg. Long   Notes:  
Samuel KO 1 60 60.0 60   1-touchback; 1-out of bounds  
McClain Punt 6 224 37.3 53   2-inside 20; 1-touchback  
TOTAL   7 284 40.6 40      
               
Scoring                
Player Total TD rush TD rec TD ret 2pt XP XP kick Special  
Samuel 3 0 0 0 0 0 1-38yd Field Goal  
  0              
TOTAL 3 0 0 0 0 0    

Team Stats

August 25 NORTH vs HENDERSON CO Team Stats
2017        
  NORTH   HEND CO  
10 FIRST DOWNS 17  
8 Rushing 9  
1 Passing 8  
1 Penalty 0  
185 RUSHING YARDS 236  
38 Rushing attempts 40  
4.9 Avg yds per rush 5.9  
22 PASSING YARDS 175  
11 Attempts 16  
2 Completions 8  
18% Completion % 50%  
11.0 Avg yds per completion 21.9  
2 / -13 Sacked / Yards Lost 0 / 0  
207 TOTAL YARDS 411  
49 Plays 56  
4.2 Avg yds per play 7.3  
1 TURNOVERS 2  
1 Fumbles lost 2  
0 Passes HAD intercepted 0  
3 Points scored off turnovers 0  
4 / 35 PENALTIES / YARDS 8 / 73  
3 / 12 3rd down conversions 7 / 11  
2 / 3 4th down conversions 0 / 2  
       
SCORING        
QTR TIME PLAY SCORE  
2ND 0:50 Patterson 1yd TD run 0 - 6  
    Logan XP kick 0 - 7  
3RD 7:14 Patterson 15yd TD run 0 - 13  
    Logan XP kick 0 - 14  
  1:30 Samuel 38yd Field Goal 3 - 14  
4TH   Cissell 36yd TD reception (Patterson) 3 - 20  
    Logan XP kick 3 - 21  

Defensive Stats

  NORTH VS HENDERSON CO  8/25/2017 - DEFENSIVE STATS  
                   
PLAYER SOLO ASST. T-FL SACK C FUM R FUM INT BK POINTS
09 CALEB HAGUE 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15
55 ERIC McCLAIN 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 15
90 JT SKINNER 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 13
05 RYAN HUEBNER 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
27 ANDY HENDRICKSON 3 3 1.5 0 0 0 0 0 12
61 GAGE SALES 2 3 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 8
02 BRAYLEN NEIGHBORS 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7
04 TREVOR RUMSEY 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
88 DANIEL NAEHRING 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
06 ALEX SMITH 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
08 JAYDISS BUTLER 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
30 DREW ROUTH 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
31 TYLER TASA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
58 NAME UNKNOWN 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
TOTALS 37 18 3 0 1 2 0 0 104

Game Recap

POOR SECOND HALF KILLS HUSKIES IN 21-3 LOSS

Despite playing visiting Henderson County to a stand still in the first half, the Huskies failed to keep up with the Colonels after the break and fell 21-3 on Friday night at Bundrant Stadium.

THE DEFENSE MAKES AN EARLY STAND

Midway thru the first quarter, the Henderson County strung together three first downs and moved the chains inside the Husky 20 yard line.  A sweep to the left was met by linebacker Andy Hendrickson and stopped for no gain.  A holding penalty moved the Colonels back out to the 30 yard line.  Facing 1st and 22, the quarterback stepped back into the pocket and threw deep to his left.  Hendrickson jumped up and very nearly intercepted the pass.

On second down, defensive end Braylen Neighbors flushed the quarterback from the backfield and dropped him at the line of scrimmage for no gain.  Facing third and twenty-two, Henderson County threw underneath the coverage and settled for a twelve yard pickup.  Rather than attempt a field goal, the Colonels elected to go for a first down and cornerback Trevor Rumsey deflected a pass away near the goal line to complete the defensive stand.

OFFENSE ABANDONS THE PASS

North made but one deep drive into Henderson territory in the first half and that came with nine minutes to play.  With quarterback A.J. Wheeler handing the ball off to Tyler Tasa and Dylan McKinney most of the way, the Huskies ran twelve consecutive running plays  Twice they faced third down situations to keep the drive alive and managed to pick up a first with Wheeler running keeper plays between center Caleb Brown and guard Jacob Hansen.  Two minutes later, however, when faced with fourth and three at the Henderson nine yard line, a similar play failed to gain the necessary yardage and the drive stalled.

The Colonels took over at their eight yard line and put together an eleven play drive that overcame two holding penalties and went 92 yards for a score just before the break.  North trailed 7-0 in a very competitive ball game up to halftime.

SECOND HALF BELONGS TO HENDERSON

In what would become a familiar refrain, the Huskies went three-and-out to start the half and depended upon the strong right leg of punter Eric McClain to 'turn the field around'.  Six times on the night McClain punted the ball away and averaged nearly 38 yards per punt and managed to drop three of the the six inside the Henderson 20 yard line.

Unfortunately, the Colonels had made adjustments at half in their offensive strategy and they drove downfield and scored barely four minutes after play began.  Henderson led 14-0 and North never seriously challenged their lead again in the game.

A few bright spots emerged in an otherwise dismal second half.  The first was the play of sophomore J.T. Skinner along the defensive line.  He stripped one runner of the ball and recovered a fumble and fell on another lose ball after a bad exchange.  He tackled a runner for a five yard loss on another play and managed three tackles after the break to go with the two turnovers.  With Skinner and freshman Gage Sales both producing in the middle of the defense, the Huskies' line could become a run stopping force as those two develop.

Another shining moment occurred late in the game when running back Tyler Tasa bulled his way through the line, ran over a would be tackler, and broke free into the secondary.   The senior galloped all the way to the Henderson two yard line before being brought down.  A bad handoff by North on the ensuing play resulted in a fumble and ended any chance of North putting a touchdown on the board.

Senior Thomas Samuel's 'straight as an arrow' 38 yard field goal attempt in the third quarter proved to be North's only points on the night.

The Huskies travel to Harrison High School next Friday night to play the Memorial Tigers.  Note the venue change due to the remodeling construction taking place at Enlow Field.

 

 

 


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