Week 6: New Richmond 56 Wilmington 30


By Bill Liermann - WNJ Sports Writer



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Oct. 5, 2018

Wilmington at Goshen

7 p.m. kickoff

NOTE: Goshen was a big winner in last year’s meeting, 52-17, at Alumni Field.

In a game of big plays, New Richmond had too much firepower for Wilmington Friday night, spoiling the Hurricane’s 2018 Homecoming, 56-30.

New Richmond improves to 5-1 overall, while the Hurricane falls to 3-3 on the season.

Wilmington was its own worst enemy, committing four turnovers, including three interceptions, plus one lost fumble.

New Richmond took a 7-3 lead in the first and capitalized on a pair of long-gainers to build a 21-3 lead mid-way through the second quarter. Lions’ quarterback Luke Lytle hooked up with Jack McDonough on a 62-yard touchdown pass and he connected with Jacob Duty on a 69-yard scoring strike with 4:30 remaining.

Wilmington came back with a late touchdown in the final minute of the half, when Brady Evans hit Cam Coomer from four yards out. Brady Henry’s PAT made it a 21-10 margin at halftime. Josh Anderson scored the first of three rushing touchdowns early in the third and eventually the Lions moved out to a 35-10 lead.

Wilmington fought back with a touchdown in the final minute of the quarter when Willie Morris scored on a four yard rush. The Hurricane was successful on the two-point conversion as Evans found Mason McIntosh in the corner of the end zone, 35-18.

After a pair of Anderson’s TDs, Evans and Coomer connected again then Evans and Ryan Camp reached paydirt to make it 49-30.

SUMMARY

Sept 28, 2018

@Alumni Field

New Richmond 56 Wilmington 30

NR 07.14.14.21…..56

WI 03.07.08.12…..30

First Quarter

NR-Austin Suttle, 21-yard pass from Luke Lytle. Lytle PAT kick good, 6:21.

WHS-Brady Henry, 29-yard field goal, 1:28.

Second Quarter

NR-Jack McDonough, 62-yard pass from Luke Lytle. Lytle PAT kick good, 11:52.

NR-Jacob Duty, 69-yard pass from Luke Lytle. Lytle PAT kick good, 4:30.

WHS-Cam Coomer-4 yard pass from Brady Evans. Brady Henry PAT kick good, 00:37.

Third Quarter

NR-Josh Anderson, 29-yard run. Lytle PAT kick good, 10:09.

NR-Gabe Shepard, 7-yard pass from Luke Lytle. Lytle PAT kick good, 5:45.

WHS-Willie Morris, four yard run 2-point conversion good. McIntosh from Evans, 0:52.

Fourth Quarter

NR—Anderson-47 yard run. PAT kick by Lytle good, 10:00

NR—Anderson-2-yard run. PAT kick good by Prescott, 9:18.

WHS-Cam Coomer, 58-yard pass from Evans. conversion failed, 6:23.

WHS-Ryan Camp, 5-yard pass from Evans. conversion failed, 5:32.

NR-Mitchell Williamson, 2-yard rush. PAT kick by Lytle good, 3:19.

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By Bill Liermann

WNJ Sports Writer

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Oct. 5, 2018

Wilmington at Goshen

7 p.m. kickoff

NOTE: Goshen was a big winner in last year’s meeting, 52-17, at Alumni Field.

Bill Liermann covers college and high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @lierjet.

Bill Liermann covers college and high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @lierjet.