Week 6 Final: Clinton-Massie 42, Goshen 0

News Journal

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark

ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Five different players scored touchdowns and Clinton-Massie made it two wins a row Friday 42-0 over Goshen at Frank Irelan Field.

The SBAAC American Division win puts the Falcons at 2-4 overall and 1-0 in the division. Goshen is 1-5 in all games, 0-1 in league play.

A week after using an all-run offense, the Falcons did throw the ball in this one. Keegan Lamb was a tidy 3-for-3 for 110 yards and a touchdown, a 63-yard scoring play to Brighton Rodman that started the second quarter scoring and put CMHS on top 21-0.

Lamb had just scored a few minutes earlier on a 17-yard run, the first of two on the day for the Massie signal-caller.

Brody Clutter also had two touchdowns while Logan Chesser had one. Chesser’s race to paydirt came on a 78-yard jaunt in the third period.

Massie had 480 total yards and converted all four of its fourth down plays. The Falcons were 3 for 7 on third down. Goshen was 5 for 11 on third down and had just one penalty but were no match for Clinton-Massie on this night.

Clutter had 122 yards on 14 rushes while Lamb went for 103 on just six carries.

Gavan Hunter led CM on defense with 9 tackles while Brady Russell had five tackles and two interceptions. Tye Phipps also had five tackles.

The Falcon defenders swarmed Goshen to the tune of just 224 total yards.

Clinton-Massie had eight penalties for 55 yards.


Sept 23, 2022

@Frank Irelan Field

Clinton-Massie 42, Goshen 0




First Quarter

CM: Brody Clutter 1 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT) 6:02

CM: Keegan Lamb 17 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT) 0:45

Second quarter

CM: Brighton Rodman 63 yard pass from Keegan Lamb (Ean McGuinness PAT) 9:29

CM: Brody Clutter 5 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT) 3:29

CM: Keegan Lamb 4 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT) 1:03

Third Quarter

CM: Logan Chesser 78 yard run (Ean McGuinness PAT) 4:54


PASSING: Keegan Lamb 3-3, 110 yards, 1 TD; Goshen 18-34-2, 151 yards

RUSHING (39-370) Brody Clutter 14-122-2, Keegan Lamb 7-107-2, Logan Chesser 3-85-1, Gabe McDowell 7-21-0, Brady Dillion 2-17-0, Nolan Phipps 2-4-0, Jack Elkins 1-5-0, Mason Martini 1-5-0, Eli Muterspaw 2-4-0; Goshen 17-70-0

RECEIVING: Brighton Rodman 1-63-1, Brady Russell 1-36-0, Brody Clutter 1-11-0

TACKLES: Gavan Hunter 9, Brady Russell 5, Tye Phipps 5, Brodie Green 4, Nolan Phipps 4, Keegan Lamb 3, Tristen Trampler 3, Miles Theetge 3, Marshall Hunter 2, Brighton Rodman 2, Peyton Brewer 2, Elijah Groh 2, Jack Elkins 1, Brandon Updike 1, Eli Muterspaw 1, Ean McGuinness 1

INTERCEPTIONS: Brady Russell 2

KICKING: Ean McGuinness 6-6 PAT

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cm21.9.23EC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cmBradyRussellEC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cmBRodmanEC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cmBrodyClutterEC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cmGMcDowellEC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark

Photo by Elizabeth Clark
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_FB6_cmKLambEC-1.jpgPhoto by Elizabeth Clark






News Journal