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Natalie Bender

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Belt High School Football Field,

Friday September 1, 2017

Centerville:

     Carson McGinness, Centerville’s quarterback, played well in the game against Belt.  During the 1st quarter, McGinness threw a 15 yard pass play to, Phillip Okonkwo, which made it a first down.

     Phillip Okonkwo, wide receiver, caught a couple of passes, a few of them were turned into touchdowns. He also played very well in Belt.

     Jadon Davis, tide end, caught a football, then sidestepped a tackling defender and got a first down or more on that play.

     Cooper Davis, tide end and safety, made astounding plays on both side of the football. Catching over a handful of footballs on offense, and making great tackles and interceptions on defense.

     Brandon Travis did great on both defense and offense. On defense he was phenomenal on coverage. On offense, he was catching balls almost every time Centerville had the ball.

     Blayne Kohut played exceptional on both offense and defense, he ran all over the field with 110% intensity on both sides of the football. It is said that everyone did the best they could in that game.

     The offensive linemen [Jace Mclean, Brock Landon, Jacob Robison] had an outstanding pass protection and run blocking all game. Because of the linemen on the front lines making it tough to get penetration, this made it difficult to tackle running backs Austin Canoy and Grant Cotton.

     The Centerville running backs added increased speed to this already fast offense.  Austin and Grant both had amazing runs all game and making it hard to get some catches while on defense, [Grant being cornerback and sometimes safety, while Austin being a middle linebacker].

     Centerville’s defensive end, Jacob Kelly, played exceptionally well in Belt. He had excellent defensive coverage on Keeghan Stroop, Belt’s quarterback.

     As though Centerville may have lost to the Belt Huskies, it can be agreed that each team played 110% and to the whistle every play of the game.

Friday, September 1st, 2017   JH 04:30  Varsity 07:00   Belt Huskies

 

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