Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


October 6, 2012

Frost stays unbeaten, beat Perrin-Whitt 27-21

WORTHAM — — The Frost Polar Bears remained unbeaten at 6-0 with a 27-21 at Perrin-Whitt.

Frost took the game’s momentum when upman Jacob Stroder ran a fake punt nine yards on fourth-and-9 at the Pirate 43 yard line with 7:47 in the third quarter. One play later, Robert Worley ran 34 yards to break a 14-14 tie.

Frost then put pressure on the Pirates with fumble recoveris by Jesus Cabrera and Woody Woods and six tackles for losses, including sacks by Maliko Bruce and Andrew Jackson.

Daniel Steels ran for 119 yards and a touchdown for the Polar Bears, and Worley added 95. Worley also had a seven-yard touchdown catch.

Frost 27, Perrin-Whitt 21

Frost  0  14  6  7 — 27

Perrin-Whitt  7  0  7  7 — 21

First Quarter

PW — Gabe Aguilar 15 run (Forrest Francis kick), 4:30

Second Quarter

F — Robert Worley 7 pass from Jacob Stroder (run failed), 4:50

F — Woody Woods 4 run (Daniel Steels run), :39

Third Quarter

PW — Pepper Raspberry 63 run (Francis kick), 10:48

F — Worley 34 run (pass failed), 7:47

Fourth Quarter

F — Steels 4 run (Stroder kick), 1:16

PW — Josiah Cansler 9 run (Francis kick), :05

                       F    PW

First downs    17    16

Rush-yards    40-241    37-157

Passing yards    19    95

C-A-I    3-5-0    10-15-0

Fumbles-lost    2-2    4-2

Punts-avg.    3-33    4-26

Penalties-yards    6-40    4-40


Rushing —
F: Woody Woods 7-23, Jacob Stroder 6-5, Robert Worley 10-95, Daniel Steels 17-119. PW: Gabe Aguilar 13-27, Pepper Raspberry 1-63, Wes Guinn 4-(-11), Spencer Nunley 5-43, Levi Galliher 1-2, Josiah Cansler 13-42.

Passing — F: Stroder 3-5-0-19. M: Cansler 10-15-0-95.

Receiving — F: Steels 2-12, Worley 1-7. PW: Forrest Francis 6-54, Cooper Young 2-18, Tim Lankford 1-13, Brandon Bloodworth 1-9.


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