Day: September 24, 2016

Twenty Eight Second Quarter Points Lead West Catholic to Victory

Photo Courtesy of Laurie Timmer   West Catholic emerged victorious yet again Friday night, this time a 35-0 shutout win over Coopersville. The OK Blue favorites started off slow before a large second quarter propelled them to their sixteenth consecutive conference victory. After a first quarter in which neither team scored, the West Catholic Falcons started off the second quarter with a quick touchdown strike from quarterback David Fox. Just sixty-nine seconds of game play passed before Sam Neville intercepted the pass and returned it to the end zone for the game’s second touchdown, putting West Catholic in front...

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East Grand Rapids’ 28 Unanswered Points Spark Victory Over Wyoming

Photo Courtesy of Louis Murray On Friday night, the East Grand Rapids Pioneers tried to even the OK Gold lead with Grand Rapids Christian when they took on the Wyoming Wolves. After some early hiccups, East Grand Rapids scored the game’s final twenty-eight points to top the Wolves 35-14. Wyoming opened the scoring with a touchdown and a two point conversion to take an 8-0 lead over the Pioneers, but quarterback Mike Malewitz used his legs to bring the game within one. Trailing 14-7, East Grand Rapids took to the ground as they used the legs of Hub...

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Rockford Wins Third Straight Game Topping Grand Haven 31-14

Photo Courtesy of Miles Postema   Three weeks ago, the Rockford Rams season looked bleak as the team was 0-2 facing a must win game against Mona Shores. Flash forward to now, and the Rams are 3-2 on the season with a 2-0 conference record. Rockford struggled early, yet won again in a 31-14 victory over the Buccaneers of Grand Haven. Grand Haven opened the scoring with a 42 yard touchdown strike from Logan Taylor to Charlie Young to put the Buccaneers up 7-0. Senior tailback Nick Isley responded though for Rockford as he punched it in from...

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Grandville Dominates East Kentwood on Ground in 46-3 Win

One of the most underrated teams in the OK Red Conference (I will admit that I pegged them fifth in the OK Red), the Grandville Bulldogs have taken the area by storm as they now sit 5-0 on the year after a 46-3 domination of East Kentwood. The Bulldogs controlled the ball from the opening kickoff as they scored on the game’s first possession on a Jake Tipton touchdown from eighteen yards out. Grandville then recovered an onside kick attempt, then scored yet again to take a 16-0 lead before the Falcons even touched the football. Grandville rolled out 960 yards of total offense, as they could not be stopped the entire night. Other than an East Kentwood field goal, the Falcons did not put together another decent drive. Jake Tipton and Shane Baker each found the end zone twice in the victory, as Grandville moved up and down the field with ease. With the win, Grandville sits at 5-0, the last undefeated team in the OK Red. Next week, they will try to stay atop the league standings as they take on the Rockford Rams. For East Kentwood, their slide continues as they have now lost three straight games to drop to 2-3 on the year. They will try to bounce back when they take on West Ottawa. SCORING SUMMARY TimeScoreScoring Play 1Q 2:15GV 8-0Tipton 18yd run. (2pt...

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Reed City Blows Out Tri-County

For Tri-County, the 2016 has experienced the high of a close win, and the lows of a blowout loss. Entering tonight, the Vikings had two of each, and they entered the game against Reed City with a 2-2 record. Unfortunately for Tri-County, Friday night was another blowout defeat as the undefeated Coyotes won 55-0. Just under two and a half minutes into the game, Reed City started the scoring on an eleven yard pass. The ball just kept rolling for the Coyotes’ offense as they scored seven more times in the ball game. Phillip Jones had two large touchdown runs of twenty-seven and seventy-six yards a piece to spark the run game for the Coyotes. Four other tailbacks scored in the contest as well, as they just dominated on the front line and in the run game. For Reed City, they improve to 5-0 on the season, and they appear to be the front-runner in the CSAA-Gold Conference. Tri-County is still alive in the postseason hunt as they sit at 2-3 on the season, but next week’s game at Grant is a must-win if they want any opportunity to reach the state playoffs. SCORING SUMMARY TimeScoreScoring Play 1Q 9:36RC 7-0D.Razur 11yd pass to T.Sturgil. (XP Good) 1Q 3:34RC 14-0P.Jones 76yd run. (XP Good) 2Q 8:49RC 21-0P.Jones 27yd run. (XP Good) 2Q 6:47RC 27-0Z.Wingo 8yd run. (XP Failed) 2Q 4:18RC 35-0E.Schoemaker 3yd run. (2PT Conversion Good)...

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