High Reaching Heintz Hauls in Game Winner
The 13-yard strike was Brevaire's only
touchdown pass of the game. The
Badgers secondary did a commendable job against
Salpointe's rushing attack helped propel
them to a 16-12 come-from-behind win. The Lancers picked up 162 total yards on
the ground and one touchdown.
However, early mistakes nearly cost Salpointe a chance at a
comeback. On Salpointe's first
offensive possession of the game, running back Nicholas Cole fumbled the ball at
the line of scrimmage.
Salpointe ignited the bulbs with 8:01 left in the 1st half on a 7-yard touchdown run by Levess Eafon.
After a silent third,
A huge momentum swing came with 1:55
remaining in the game. Salpointe,
who had fumbled the ball 5 times (3 forced, 1 lost, 2 fumbled snaps) on the
night, caught a break when
After a 15-yard personal foul call on
A run to the right gained no yards, but the ensuing play changed the outcome of the game.
Sean Brevaire weathered a bumpy evening by completing 8-of-17 passes for 115 yards and the touchdown that mattered most. Salpointe finished the game with 277 total yards.
With the win, Salpointe moves to 5-3, 3-1 in the
5A Southern Region. The Lancers are
now in sole possession of 3rd place.
QB Sean Brevaire RB Eric Coleman
7-of-18 for 115 yards; 1 TD 12 rushes for 57 yards
WR Evan LeBlanc RB Ricky Watson
4 recs. for 88 yards 7 rushes for 39 yards; 1 TD
WR Jimmy Heintz SS Esteban Acedo
2 recs. for 18 yards; 1 TD 33-yard fumble return for TD