Salpointe Utilizes Clock and MV Turnovers in Win
Salpointe Passes Test against
Salpointe also forced two
After maintaining possession for over six minutes of the first quarter, Lancers quarterback Sean Brevaire lunged over the goal line from a yard out to open the scoring. The extra point was blocked, making the score 6-0 in Salpointe's favor.
Brevaire also connected with receiver Evan LeBlanc on a 42-yard strike
with 5:41 left in the third quarter to put the Lancers up 13-3. The touchdown
pass was the first play for the Lancers after recovering the Toros second
fumble, at the
Salpointe was up 6-3 at the half, but the
Toros quarterback Tyler Mack played well in the loss for
Salpointe's management of the clock paid off again as they were able to burn the final 5:47 and hold on for the victory.
The Toros were unable to corral the Lancers rushing tandem of Nick Souder and Nicholas Cole. The two running backs ran for 86 yards (Souder) and 107 yards (Cole), respectively. Overall, the Lancers had 229 rushing yards on 48 carries. Brevaire passed for 129 yards (1 TD; 2 INTs) in the victory.
The Salpointe line consistently pressured Mack, sacking him three times. Alex Lee recorded 1.5 sacks, Ian Brinker had 0.5, and Andrew Berryhill had 1 and forced a fumble. The Toros were held without a sack.
Next week, the Lancers travel to back Gilbert for their second straight
test. This time they will face the
Gilbert Tigers. Mesa Mountain View
will try to get back on the winning track at
QB Sean Brevaire
9-of-18 for 129 yards, 1 TD/2 INT
1 rushing TD
7 rec. for 73 yards
RB Nicholas Cole
18 attempts for 107 yards
QB Tyler Mack
12-of-19 for 216 yards; 1 TD
RB Alex DeVito
8 attempts for 42 yards
2 rec. for 57 yards; 1 TD