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September 21, 2013

GC Football: Kerens rips Grand Saline, 36-15

Grand Saline — After a 40-minute lightning delay, the Kerens Bobcats scored twenty second quarter points to spoil the Grand Saline Indians homecoming game Friday night by a final score of 36-15.

In a game plaqued with 10 turnovers and over 100-yards of penalties from both teams,    it was the Keren's defense stepping up big by taking away three Grand Saline Indian fumbles and scoring on two. The Bobcat defense also limited Grand Saline to just 61 total yards of offense in the second half.and 4 first downs. Kerens was led on Defense by Aaron Foxworth, Daedion Tolliver, Samuel Williams and Brandon Brumbelow.

Kerens amassed 251 yards of rushing along with 104-yards passing. Kerens' QB, Nate Betts accounted for 201-yards for the Bobcats. Betts wasn't alone, as he received help scoring from three different Bobcats Friday night. Both Jeremy Gould and Brett Anderson had touchdown catches for the Bobcat's. Zach Duncan and Betts scored on the ground as well for the Bobcats with Betts hitting pay-dirt twice.

With the win, the Bobcats improved their season record to 2-2 on the season. The Bobcats are idle next Friday night.

Kerens 36, Grand Saline 15

Kerens           0  20  8  8 — 36

Grand Saline  7    0  0  8 — 15

First Quarter

GS — Lane Davis 1 run. ( Jonathan LaPrade kick). 1:48

Second Quarter

K — Zach Duncan 38 run. ( kick fails) 8:46

K — Nate Betts 74 run. ( pass fails) 6:15

K — Betts 9 run. ( Duncan run) 1:09

Third Quarter

K — Jeremy Gould 12 pass from Betts. ( Coronado pass from Betts) 5:02

Fourth Quarter

K — Brett Anderson 17 pass from Betts ( Dadeion Tolliver run) 8:58     

GS — Lane Davis 1 run. ( Davis run) :32

                        K    GS

First downs    19    11

Rush-yards    31-251    41-166

Passing yards    104    0

C-A-I                  7-13-1    0-1-0

Fumbles-lost       2-0    5-3

Punts-avg.         3-31.0    5-40.8

Penalties-yards    7-75    7-50

Individual

Rushing
— K — Nate Betts 12-98, Rayvon Faulk 9-72, Zach Duncan 1-38, Tavion Hall 1-18 Brett Anderson 1-4, Dequalon Bivins 2-0, Kevin Askey 6-21 G — Lane Davis 21-61, Blake Jones 6-25, Brant Thayer 6-10, Cody Mercer 6-21, Andy Gibson 2-4

Passing —  K — Nate Betts 7-13-1-104. G — Blake Jones 0-1-0-0.

Receiving— K — Duncan 1-9,Anderson 3-57, Jeremy Gould 2-26, Dontarius Bryant 1-12. GS — none.

 



 

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