JV And Junior High Football Summaries (10/01/17)

Junior Varsity Football vs Clarion-Limestone – Monday, September 25th

The Clarion Junior Varsity Gridders hosted Ridgway and came away with a 14-6 win.

Ridgway opened the scoring, when running back Matt Dush carried the ball in from the two, at 4:17 of the first quarter. The PAT was unsuccessful and the Elkers led 6-0. The score held through the third quarter.

But the Bobcats had two unanswered scoring runs by Camden Boggess, in the fourth quarter. The first, a one yard run, came with 8:52 left in the game. The touchdown was set up by a 55 yard screen pass from Archer Mills to Sam Minich. Mills kicked the point after to give the Cats a 7-6 lead. The second Boggess touchdown run, a four yarder, came with fifty-three seconds left in the game. Mills was successful again moving the Bobcat’s lead to 14-6.

Cutter Boggess had an interception, with twenty-three seconds left in the game. The Bobcat offense knelt to end the game.

Junior High Football vs Clarion-Limestone – Thursday, September 28th

The Bobcats fell to visiting Clarion-Limestone  36-6.

Lion’s quarterback Hayden Callen threw a two yard touchdown pass to running back, Jason Ganoe at 1:24 of the first quarter. Callen then threw to running back Owen Reinsel for the  two point conversion, giving C-L an 8-0 lead. Callen ran in from three yards out with 1:17 left in the half. The two point conversion failed, giving the Lions a 14-0 lead.

Ethan Burford ran the ensuing kickoff back about 80 yards for a touchdown, with 1:02 left in the half to cut the Lions’ lead to 14-6.

The Lions scored on Callen’s one yard run with 1:06 left in the third. He passed to running back Cooper Shall for the conversion, moving the score to 22-6.

C-L scored twice in the fourth quarter. Running back Jordan Brown ran in from 8 yards out at 2:29 and quarterback Cameron Girt ran for the conversion, followed by a 20 yard run by Shall with forty-nine seconds left to set the final at 36-6.

(Thanks to Coach Nate McClaine for the information for this article.)