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York Capitals vs Washington Eagles Game of the Week
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York Capitals Defeat West Virginia Badgers 56-19
The York Capitals won a decisive victory over the West Virginia Badgers 56-19 Saturday night at the York Ice Arena. The Capitals fans once again showed up in force to watch the victory in spite of the fact that it was Earl Weaver night at Camden Yard with a sold…in York Capitals
Warriors continued their march along the scoreboard
The Warriors got a great start, with Solomon Jones scoring the 1st TD. They soon scored again, Christopher Poindexter catching a touchdown pass, bringing the score to 16-0.
The Outlaws came back to score their first TD, a pass to Cecil Elewaki, number 12, with 4:06 left on the clock. Unfortunately, the Outlaws were unable to capitalize on the two-point conversion attempt.
The Outlaws scored again in the first quarter, with a pass to number six, Kevin Breaker.
The Warriors didn't stop, however, and by the end of the quarter the score was 24-12, in favor of the the Warriors.
The second quarter was tough on the Outlaws, as they couldn't buy a TD. One bright spot, was an interception of the 2 point conversion which was run back down the entire field for 2 points.
Meanwhile, the Warriors continued their march along the scoreboard, ending the half at 14-42 in favor of the Warriors.
The halftime show was brought by The Bridge, a local classic rock band, greeted by an enthusiastic crowd. That was in addition to the the Jersey Lillies dance team performance.
Taking the field after halftime, the Outlaws received the kick, but Quarterback, number 11 Telford Chatman was tackled by Brandon Souder for a touchback. The two-point conversion was good. Score: 14-50.
Next, however, Chatman threw a 25-yard pass to Breaker, who ran it in after a long scoring drought, and with the two-point conversion, the score was 22-50.
The Warriors answered quickly, with a TD and a conversion, score 22-58.
Breaker brought the ball to the 25 yard line in the kickoff return. During the next play, Elewaki made a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch, but it was called back. After that, the Warriors snagged an interception with 5:23 left in the 3rd quarter.
The Warriors scored yet again, and got the extra ]2 point conversion, marking 66 points on their side of the scoreboard, to the Outlaws 22.
But, the Outlaws went to work, and number eight Erick Jones caught a soft underpass from new player Dennis Havrilla number five, and ran it in for a TD. No extra point, and the score was 28-66.
On the kickoff, Dennis Havrilla kicked the ball from one end of the field through the uprights, adding another point to the Outlaws, bringing the score to 29-66 to go into the 4th quarter.
The Warriors had the ball for the beginning of the 4th quarter, needing to make a 4th down. Their pass wasn't any good, and they turned the ball over to the Outlaws on downs.
Having only five yards to go to the goal line, the Warriors' Brandon Johnson stripped the ball from the Outlaws, running to the 18th yard line before being brought down.
Within a couple of plays, the Warriors had scored again, bringing the score to 29-74, with 8:29 left in the game.
On the kickoff return, number 23 Rosevelt Ross ran the ball back to the 1 yard line, and in the next play, QB Havrilla handed off the ball to Rosevelt Ross, who dropped it, and Cameron White picked it up for the Outlaws scoring the TD.
That brought the score to 35-74, with 7:05 remaining in the game.
The Warriors would score once more by the 4:04 mark, and did not get the extra points. The Outlaws, not to be denied, scored one more touchdown by Ross, who also scored the two-point conversion, with 59 seconds left in the game.
Final score, Outlaws 43, Warriors 80.
Author credit: Prescott E News
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