Game Recap: Hamilton v. O'Connor

The Huskies play well in a 43-7 win in their opening game of 2014


Hamilton jumped out to a 15-0 lead after their first two possessions and never looked back.

The Huskies took the first 5 minutes of the game to march the field capped off on a 9 yard James Sosinski to Luc Gaither pass. Sosinski Looked crisp on the first drive of 2014, completing multiple 3rd down passes to keep the drive alive. Junior Kyeler Burke ran in the second score of the game from 20 yards out. Two point was good. 15-0.

A second O'Connor punt gave Hamilton the ball at the 40 yard line and Burke would score again, this time on a 40 yard pass from Travis Lockhart. 22-0.

Hamilton safety Jaquan Mayberry picked off an O'Connor pass on the ensuing drive and the Huskies capitalized, scoring on a 1 yard Ari Johnson run. 29-0.

O'Connor would get on the board at the very end of the 2nd quarter, scoring on a 1 yard run by Hunter Astorquia. 

29-7 at the half.

Hamilton scored two more times in the 3rd quarter to build a 43-7 lead that would be the final score of the game.

Junior RB Rico Tipton scored from 4 yards out after Burke rumbled 43 yard son the previous play.

Safety J.J. Parson picked off a pass and went to the house for the final score of the game.

Final- Hamilton 43 O'Connor 7


Hamilton might not be quite as explosive as they have been in years but they play fundamentally sound football. They are tough to run against, don't turn the ball over, the QBs throw efficient passes and they are well coached. They played an excellent game to open the year.

O'Connor will top last year's 2 wins. They fly around on defense and their offense will have some success against other teams. They have decent size on the OL and safety Oscar Mills is an underrated player.

Game Ball

Hamilton junior RB Kyeler Burke.

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