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at !i Deacons best Rye Cove "~ " ' by Allen Gregory " ~ : Four St. Paul Deacon's scored s as the purple bunch beat Ms'iting Rye Cove 48:16 on " '"Friday, October 30 at B0'wman ,:]Fie, ld. Denver Fritz, Addison : Rasnick and Tyler Phillips hit ' ~pay dirt twice via the ruffwhile 'Corey Ellis scored on a .pass reception. Fritz scored on rians of one and 15 while Rasnick scored on runs of 39 and 25. ), Phillips tallied on runs of 15 and 8 and also tossed the 19 .yard 'scoring pass to Ellis. The Deacons were in control of the game from start to finish. By the 6:49 point in the first .quarter the Deacons had a 16-0 lead and Rye Cove hhd" just touched the ball on the game's opening kick off and touched a short kick following_ the Deacons first td at the 7:49 point ifi 'the first quarter whieh~Fritz recovered at the Rye Cove 35. ""~ The Eagles' Zack "Wilson "kicked off to begin the gaine. It /'w'~s a short high kick to ::the Deacon 35 when it was gathered in by Reid Edmonds. Edmonds " made several excellent moves to ~, evade tackles but was finally -'tacked at the 33 yard line of the Eagles began a scoring drive that covered 82 yards. The drive ended with a Justin Austin three yard run. Steven Vikara ran in the two point conversion for a 16-8 Deacon lead with 8:39 left in the second canto. Just over a minute later Addison Rasnick ran 39 yards to put St. Paul up 22-8 as the two point try failed. Rasnick's run contained several changes of direction before he reached the end zone. To begin the run Devils drop seven pomter by Allen Gregory One of the punts came late in 17 of Castlewood. Josh Hughes' Castlewood's Blue Devils the third quarter when the Devils three yard run and a p.a.t, kic~ who are young and inex- held an 11 point, 35-24 advan- gave the green team a 39-35 perienced suffered another tough tage. advantage with about 10 minute Then came the first of the remaining in the game. Phillips handed off to Fritz who a pass interception deep in Battle handed' the ball to Dallas territory and a fumble that cut Hileman who then pitched the short a promising drive. ball back to Phillips who passed Punting which had been one to Ellis for the score The kick for the extra point was no good and the score was St. Paul 41 - Rye Cove 16. Following the Ellis td the Eagles put together a great drive. It began with Jonathan Hill's 14 yard return of a Dallas Hileman kick off which put the Eagles on their own 34. Rasnick tuned left end. Then he Thirteen plays later the cut right to evade a would beEagles faced a 4 and 7 from the tackler. Rasnick cut back to the Deacon seven yard line. Vikara left to evade another pair ofbanged away at the Deacon tacklers. Finally Rasnick cut defense and got as far as the one back to the right and ran yard before he was stopped. untouched to the end zone. That drive took almost 10 The Deacons were driving toward another possible td when a Phillips pass was picked off on a nice play by Wilson of the Eagles. Fritz's second td of the game came with 9:48 in the third quarter on a 15 yard run. The Deacons had gained control of the ball at the Eagle 15 when the Eagle punter had a very short kick go out of bounds at the 15. The kick had come from the end minutes off the clock and ran into the fourth quarter. When the Deacons took control they were on their own one yard line. Five plays later Rasnick scored his second td of the game, this time from 25 yards out. Other big plays in the 99 yard drive were a 15 yard pass from Phillips to Edmonds and a 48 yard gallop by Fritz. loss when they dropped a to,ugh 42-35 loss at John Battle on Friday night. Turnovers have plagued the blue crew all year and Friday was no different as they gave up of the better parts of the Devils game over the season left them on Friday night. They shanked two punts from deep in their own end of the field that gave great field position to the Trojans. Rasnick's td was followed by a Dallas Hileman kick for the Devils bad punts. After stopping a Trojan drive deep in Devil land the blue crew could not move the ball and had to punt from their end zone. The punt reached only the Devil 34 yard line. The Devil defense which had battled hard all night showed a little fatigue, gave ground grud- gingly and Jeremiah Denton's one yard run for a 35-30 score. Denton also ran for the two point conversion for a 35-32 score. Another Devil shanked punt gave the Trojans the ball at the Jed Owens kicked his secom field goal of the game later ir the period to give the Trojan., their final 42-35 margin ol victory. Castlewood had 14 firsl downs and Battle 19. The Devil: had 168 yards on 7 of 12 passin with Devin Puckett catchin four for 118 yards. The Devil ran the ball 47 times for 15( yards. The Castlewood Blue DevilsI end their season on Friday,[ November 6 as they visit the! Coeburn Blue Knights. ! Information I i! Catalog i Here's a sampling of what you'll find: Energy Savers: Tips on Saving Energy & Money at Home (Item 332T, $1.50). Reduce your home energy use with tips on insulation, wea- therization, heating and more. Smart Saving for Col_logo-- getter Buy Degrees (Item 5 l-IT, free). Provides information to help you save and invest wisely for college. Explains 529 plans. Coverdell Education Savings Accounts, Savings Bonds, and - ,Eagles. zone when the Eagles could not p.a.t, and a 48-16 score, more. ' The Road to a Healthy Life '., On the Deacons first :play move the ball past their own Again the Eagles drove deep ANOTHER GIANT..This huge toadstoolgtnushroom/ (Item lI4T, $4.50). Learn the -. from scrimmage Fritz ran for seven. The Eagles had put the into Deacon territory but they basics of a healthy lifestyle- four yards. Eight plays later ball in play after a deep kick by were unable to score and St. morel (or whatever it might be) was found in a eating rightandbeingphysically Fritz bulled into the end zone Hileman to begin the secondPaul ran out the clock to end the wooded area on Gray Hill recently. from one yard out. On the way half. game. active Use the charges to o-to-, the score the Deacons -,overcame a holding penalty. ..Phillips had a big 20 yard .run in -,the: drive. When Ellis ran in the ,tWO point conversion St. Paul . had an 8-0 lead with 7:49 left. i Just a minute after phillips - ran in from 15 yards out, Phillips also caught a two poi nt' con- version pass from Dallas Hileman for a 16-0 Deacbn lead. 'i That td was set up by-//short : .Dallas Hileman kick ttlat'was " recovered at the 3.5 'df" the Eagles. Late in the first qua.@F)he Following the Fritz td the Eagles put their second and final td on the board. Vikara got the td on a 58 yard run around the right side of his offensive line. Chase Rollins passed to Curtis Edwards for the two point conversion and a 35 to 16 score with the Deacons on the long end. The Deacons came right back to add another td to their side of the ledger. Phillips connected with Ellis on a pass that covered 19 yards. It was a trick play also. To begin the play During the last Eagle drive Vikara had a 35 yard run in which he broke several tackles. With that run Vikara went over the 1000 yard mark for the season. Vikara finished the game with 148 yards on 20 carries while Fritz had 122 yards on 14 carries. Phillips hit on 6 of 14 passes good for 126 yards. Rye Cove rushed the ball 53 times for 266 yards while St. Paul had 276 yards on 26 carries. The Eagles out first downed the Deacons 15 to 9. 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