Week 10 Final: Clinton-Massie 49 Wilmington 0


Falcons score 7 TDs on 22 plays

By Shawn Robinson - WNJ Sports Writer



ADAMS TOWNSHIP – It took just 22 offensive plays for Clinton-Massie to bash county and SBAAC American Division rival Wilmington 49-0 in the 2018 edition of the Kiwanis Backyard Bash.

The win locks up the American Division title for the Falcons (9-1, 5-0).

The Hurricane ends the season at 4-6, 1-4 in the American Division.

Clinton-Massie scored on its first, third, seventh, ninth, 18th, 20th and 22nd plays from scrimmage.

Robby Frederick started the deluge with a 62-yard run after Wilmington punted on its first drive.

Daulton Wolfe’s interception at the Wilmington 35 set up a Corey Stulz 34-yard scamper two plays later.

On the next two drives, Massie had a Lamb and to the end zone he was sure to go. He caught a 24-yard pass from Stulz on 4th-and-9 four plays after Massie blocked a punt and landed on the ball at the Hurricane 26.

After turning Wilmington over on downs at the Falcon 25, Lamb took it to the house two plays later – 70 yards.

Lamb finished with 111 yards on six carries and the touchdown catch. He left the game after the first play of the second half after he topped 1,000 yards for the season.

Frederick reached the end zone again, capping a 9-play, 87-yard drive with a 30-yard run after a Wilmington interception at the Massie goal line.

He repeated the feat again two plays into Massie’s next drive, reaching paydirt from 68 yards.

Frederick finished with eight carries with 182 yards.

Jake Vaughn rounded out the scoring with a three-yard plunge, which he set up a play earlier with a 22-yard reception. Clinton-Massie started that drive after Wilmington botched a punt snap.

Wilmington Kiwanis gave the following awards after the game: Walter Sellers Leadership Award to Griffin Laake and Seth Stiverson of Clinton-Massie and Austin Brummett and Brady Henry of Wilmington; Scout Player – Cayden Clutter of Clinton-Massie and Jeff Valentine of Wilmington; Offensive Player of the Game – Ryan Camp of Wilmington and Robby Frederick of Clinton-Massie; Defensive Player of the Game – Conner Mitchell of Wilmington and Spencer Branham of Clinton-Massie; Special Teams Player of the Game – Rory Bell of Wilmington and Grant Avey of Clinton-Massie.

SUMMARY

Oct. 26 2018

@Frank M. Irelan Field

Clinton-Massie 49 Wilmington 0

WI 00.00.00.00…..0

CM 21.28.00.00…..49

First Quarter

CM-Robbie Frederick 62 yard run (Grant Avey PAT), 10:05

CM-Corey Stulz 34 yard run (Grant Avey PAT) 8:21

CM-Brendan Lamb 24 yard pass from Corey Stulz (Grant Avey PAT) 4:58

Second Quarter

CM-Brendan Lamb 70 yard run (Grant Avey PAT) 11:48

CM-Robbie Frederick 30 yard run (Grant Avey PAT) 5:40

CM-Robbie Frederick 68 yard run (Grant Avey PAT) 2:52

CM-Jake Vaughan 3 yard run (Grant Avey PAT) 1:31

Third Quarter

No Scoring

Fourth Quarter

No Scoring

TEAM STATS

WHS-60 plays, 179 yards (-6 rushing, 185 passing); 10 first downs; 19-(-6) rushing; 14-41-3 passing; 4-25 penalties; 0-0 fumbles lost.

CM-43 plays, 518 yards (472 rushing, 46 passing); 19 first downs; 39-472 rushing; 2-4-0 passing; 3-35 penalties; 2-2 fumbles lost.

INDIVIDUALS

RUSHING: WHS-Mayer 13-28-0, Bell 1-(-13), Evans 5-(-21); CM-Frederick 8-182-3, Lamb 6-111-1, Vanhoose 6-83-0, Stulz 2-47-1, Vaughan 7-34-1, Frank 4-13-0, Wolfe 2-6-0, Trampler 2-2-0, Zantene 2-(-6)-0

PASSING: WHS-Evans 14-41-3, 185 yards; CM-Stulz 2-4-0, 46 yards

RECEIVING: WHS-Camp 3-88-0, Custis 5-34-0, Coomer 4-32-0, Mayer 2-31-0; CM-Lamb 1-24-1, Vaughan 1-22-0

TACKLES: WHS-Huffman 6, Custis 5, TJ Rockhold 3, Camp 3, Mitchell 3, Frazier 2, Cook 1, Sturgill 1, Rigling 1, France 1; CM-Seaman 8, Green 6, May 4, Allgeyer 3, Trampler 3, Laake 3, Vanhoose 2, Speaks 2, Sheeley 2, Myers 2, Branham 2, Muterspaw 2, Avey 1, Wolfe 1, Williams 1, Prignitz 1

TACKLE FOR LOSS: WHS-Custis 1; CM-Seaman 3.5, Green 2.5, Muterspaw 1, Sheeley 0.5, Myers 0.5

INTERCEPTIONS: CM-Trampler, Speaks 1, Wolfe 1

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Falcons score 7 TDs on 22 plays

By Shawn Robinson

WNJ Sports Writer

Shawn Robinson covers high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @twinzdad01

Shawn Robinson covers high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @twinzdad01