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8 months, 1 week ago by Bob Gough

Do or Die Bowl X

At Porter Stadium, Hannibal

East 41, West 0

EAST                                                  WEST

12                    First downs                 15

20-106             Rushing                       58-202

321                  Passing                        71

427                  Total yards                  273

15-26-3            Comp-Att-Int              3-21-1

3-1                   Fumbles-lost                4-3

8-58                 Penalties-yards            5-45

West    0          0          0          0 – 0

East     7          7          14        13 – 41

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

E – Ethan Peterson 23 pass from Bryce Schnitker (Alex Blickhan kick), 6:54

Second Quarter

E – Kody Wood 93 pass from Schnitker (Blickhan kick), 10:25

Third Quarter

E – Jordan Chapel 8 pass from Schnitker (Blickhan kick), 8:45

E – Wood 70 pass from Joe McCaughey (Blickhan kick), 6:49

Fourth Quarter

E – Chapel 2 pass from Schnitker (pass failed), 9:14

E – Malique Robbins 66 run (Blickhan kick), 2:30

Individual Statistics

Rushing – East, Malique Robbins 4-75, Cole Phillips 5-(-1), Barry Welper 1-0, Leighton Johnson 2-3, Floyd Lomelino 3-9, J.R. Boyd 1-3, Reed Sprinkle 4-17. West, Brock Butler 4-16, Mitch Nichols 15-106, Caleb Kizer 5-23, Donovan Edwards 13-19, Chris Jackson 1-(-8), Cruze Fedler 2-2, Peyton Horton 8-27, Malik McPike 5-18, Logan Boyd 3-2, Cruze Fedler 1-(-2), Craig Smith 1-(-1).

Passing – East, Bryce Schnitker 10-12-1-207, Joe McCaughey 3-9-1-96, Cole Phillips 2-5-1-18. West, Butler 3-10-1-71, Fedler 0-5-0-0, Smith 0-5-0-0.

Receiving – East, Eli Petty 3-38, Ethan Peterson 1-23, Kody Wood 4-201, Robbins 2-18, Sprinkle 2-12, Jordan Chapel 2-10, Boyd 1-9. West, Kizer 1-43, Jordan Nutt 1-13, Case Doyle 1-15.

 

Interceptions – East, Wesley Creasy. West, Corey Brown, Jayvin Ray, Josh Turner

Fumble recoveries – East, Jordan Osborne, Jacob Waters, Jeffrey Haley.

 

Most Valuable Players:

East Offense – Bryce Schnitker, Jacksonville

East Defense – Malik Bondon, Quincy

West Offense – Mitch Nichols, Hannibal

West Defense – Josh Turner, Macon

 

Scholarship Recipients:

East – Tavion Brown, Jacksonville

West – Peyton Horton, Centralia

 

Other notes:

  • Game kicked off at 7:41 p.m., 41 minutes later than scheduled, due to pre-game lightning.
  • Fifth time the Do or Die Bowl has been hampered by weather (2008 game called in the fourth quarter due to heavy rain, 2009 game suspended in second quarter due to heavy rain, 2011 game delayed three hours due to heavy rain, 2012 game started an hour later due to excessive heat).
  • First shutout in Do or Die Bowl history
  • Most decisive victory in Do or Die Bowl history (the previous was the South’s 41-7 victory over the North in the inaugural game in 2005.

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