Day: September 17, 2016

Rockford’s Nick Isley Scores Three Touchdowns in Win over Caledonia

Photo by Miles Postema https://www.flickr.com/photos/96875625@N08/albums/72157672777251270   After bouncing back last week with their first win of the season, the Rockford Rams traveled to Caledonia Friday night looking for their first win of the conference slate. Behind key special teams plays and three touchdowns by tailback Nick Isley, the Rams defeated Caledonia 31-6. In the first quarter, Nick Isley got Rockford on the board when he scored from one yard out. He would later score on runs of 48 and 25 yards in the second half to put the game away. Rockford scored their second touchdown as a result of...

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Allendale Tops Comstock Park in Wild 53-46 Shootout

Comstock Park and Allendale, two OK Blue foes, met on Friday night in Comstock Park in a game that started slow, but ended in a full-blown shootout. The Falcons offense proved too strong as they earned their first conference win in a 53-46 victory. In the game’s first quarter, each team exchanged big rushing plays for touchdowns. Comstock’s Jo Jo Whitley burst through the line for an 82 yard run to start the scoring, and then Drew Courtier got Allendale on the board with a 45 yard run of his own. There were 37 points scored between the two teams in the second quarter. Comstock Park’s Dylan Bazon scored a pair of touchdowns to lead the offensive charge, and Drew Courtier added his second touchdown of the half on another long run, this time from 82 yards out. Comstock Park led 26-22 at the half. The scoring slowed down in the third quarter as there was just eighteen total points. Allendale got a field goal, then a touchdown paired with a two point conversion as a result of Courtier’s third touchdown. Whitey scored Comstock’s lone touchdown in the third quarter on his second run of 80+ yards. After three, the game was tied at 33. The fourth quarter saw 33 points put up on the board between the two teams. Twice Allendale scored, only to have Comstock Park respond...

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Tri-County Shut Out in Rain-Shortened Contest

On Friday night, Tri-County and Remus Chippewa Hills, two teams in the four-way tie amongst the top of the CSAA Gold standings, met in a matchup for a share of first place. Mother Nature ended this contest at the half, but this game was well in hand as Remus Chippewa Hills led 40-0. After forcing a quick stop, DJ Lowery returned a punt 45 yards to the house to put Remus Chippewa Hills up 7-0. The Warriors continued to pile on the points as they scored two more touchdowns in the first quarter to take a commanding 21-0 lead. In the second quarter, the Warriors continued to pile on the points as they scored three more touchdowns to take a 40-0 lead into the break. At halftime, Mother Nature struck with a large amount of lightning, and with the game out of hand, it was decided that it would be over. Tailback David Spedowski led the Chippewa Hills offense with three rushing touchdowns of two, five and fourteen yards, and DJ Lowery added two scores, one on a punt return and another through the air. The Vikings fall to 2-2 on the season, and they will try to rebound against Reed City next week. Remus Chippewa hills improves to 4-0, 3-0 in the CSAA-Gold, and they will take on Grant this Friday night. SCORING SUMMARY TimeScoreScoring Play 1Q 10:36RCH...

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Grandville Scores Twenty-Three Unanswered After Delay Topping Hudsonville

Photo Courtesy of  Marshall Outman Hudsonville and Grandville, the OK Red’s lone unbeaten teams ranked fourth and fifth respectively in the Remax-United Power Poll, met on the gridiron Friday night. Mother Nature decided that she would delay the game throughout the night, but after the break, the Bulldogs absolutely dominated the night in a 36-6 victory. Grandville scored the lone touchdown in the first quarter when Josh Atwell ran it in from 13 yards to put the Bulldogs up 6-0. Hudsonville responded however, as Jack Mandryk broke a 70 yard run early in the second quarter to tie the...

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