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2008 OSAA 6A Football Championships

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2008 OSAA 6A Football Championships

11:56, 1st Q: Granted it’s the first play of the game, it’s apparent that Lake Oswego (LO) is ready to play . . . immediately after returning the kick, the offense popped right off the bench with an overabundant amount of enthusiasm. 1st and 10 on their own 31, Jack Lomax tries to go to Micah Hatfield on the hitch pass, and he’s clobbered by the Jesuit defender, the Crusaders are called for pass interference. 2nd and 5 on their own 46, Lomax tries and run the ball right up the gut but gets nowhere. He tries to run the ball again, and he ends up 1 yard short of the first down. No risks here, LO punts the ball . . . down to the 1 yard line.9:20, 1st Q: Jesuit is doing whatever they can to advance the ball even just a few yards to get further away from a potential safety and they run it right up the gut. 4th and 8, and Jesuit has to punt the ball away this time. LO gets fantastic field position on Jesuit’s 27.8:20, 1st Q: LO busts out the tricky stuff and they go with the halfback pass, Will Storey gets the ball and finds a wide open Nick Rulli for the 27 yard TD pass. LO is on the board.7:34, 1st Q: 1st and 10 on their own 31, Anthony Blake races to the left sideline but can only manage 3 yards on the run. 3rd and 7, Scott Williams rolls out to the right, and LO is leaving no one open as he ends up misfiring on the pass to Keanon Lowe. Jesuit punts away the ball.6:21, 1st Q: Lomax keeps the ball on the first play of their drive and he is too quick for Jesuit to take down before he runs for 23 yards. LO fumbles the ball away and Jesuit’s Nathan Heinrichs recovers it.5:25, 1st Q: LO gets the ball back after Williams pass was tipped and Kasey snags the loose ball right out of the air for the interception. Lomax gets nailed by a Jesuit defender, but not before he gets the pass off and LO gets the ball down at Jesuits’s 1. LO does it again, and Tyson Coleman pounds the ball in to stretch the Lakers lead to 14.CORRECTION: Iain Dexter scored the rushing TD2:50, 1st Q: 1st and 10 on their own 38, Williams finds a streaking Lowe, and with LO’s defensive back all over him, he pulls out a 38 yard catch. The quarter ends with Jesuit getting close to the red zone on LO’s 24.11:53, 2nd Q: In the first play of the quarter, Williams finds Lowe again in the middle of traffic for the 23 yard TD pass.CORRECTION V. 2: LO’s last TD was in fact Tyson Coleman . cheap nfl jerseys . . officially.11:43, 2nd Q: 2nd and 10 on their own 31, Lomax scrambles again after Jesuit manages to nearly sack him, but he gets away for a gain of 3 yards. Lomax to Hatfield, the dynamic duo, hook up for a 13 yard pass next to the right sideline, first down. LO works quickly to set up the next play as Dylan Stowell runs up the middle on a draw for a gain of 9 yards. The Lakers are called for a penalty and it’s 3rd and 6 on Jesuit’s 41, Lomax tries to pass, but it’s incomplete. LO will punt the ball away.9:32, 2nd Q: Deep in their own territory, Blake gets the ball, drops his shoulder, and busts up field for 15 yards. Next play goes to Blake again, and after burning up the turf and following his lead blocker early, Blake breaks away for an 83 yard TD run. It’s all tied up at PGE Park.8:44, 2nd Q: 1st and 10 on their own 44, Lomax goes to Rulli for the hitch pass, and Hatfield rumbles his way forward for 5 yards. LO gets the first down. Lomax gets a bad snap behind center, but he makes something out of nothing and finds Hatfield just a few steps ahead of his defender downfield, and he barely gets in by the foam of the pylon for the 30 yard TD catch in the corner of the endzone.6:14, 2nd Q: Jesuit keeps finding a way to move downfield. 3rd and 4 on LO’s 34, Williams finds Lowe on a deep fade toward the sideline, and he gets hit trying to make the catch . . . pass interference. 1st and 10 on LO’s 19, Blake gets the handoff and he’s stopped dead in his tracks and loses a yard. Williams is hurried by LO’s Will Storey, and he gets his pass nearly picked off. Austin Cheek nearly pulls down a pass in the end zone, and while he catches it, he can’t keep his feet in bounds . . . incomplete pass.3:16, 2nd Q: LO gets the ball back on their own 20 after Jesuit turns the ball over on downs. Lomax gets some happy feet in the backfield, and he goes to Storey for the pass, but Storey can’t get any yards on the catch and loses 1 yard. LO goes three and out, and they will punt the ball away to Jesuit’s Cheek, but he tries to turn too fast and fumbles the ball away. LO’s Ryan Bradley recovers the ball.1:15, 2nd Q: Lomax gets another pass of in the midst of being rushed, and he finds Hatfield who falls down and stands back up to catch the ball. A great pass . . . great catch . . . but called back because of a Holding penalty. LO will punt it away again, giving Jesuit one last chance to score before the half.:26, 2nd Q: Blake gets the toss and with the seconds ticking off the clock, he gains 8 yards to make it 2nd and 2 on their own 47. Jesuit goes the way of the reverse, and Blake is the final player ot touch the ball and gains 11 yards on the ground. The last play of the half is a Williams pass deep to Lowe, and it’s nearly picked off but dropped. HALFTIME STATS:QBs: Jack Lomax (Lake Oswego) 10 of 16 passes for 114 yards and 1 TD / Scott Williams 3 of 13 passes for 77 yards and 1 TDRBs: Lomax (LO) 6 rushes for 36 yards, Tyson Coleman (LO) 3 rushes for 5 yards and 1 TD / Anthony Blake (Jesuit) 13 rushes for 155 yards and 1 TDWRs: Nick Rulli (LO) 4 catches for 76 yards and 1 TD, Micah Hatfield (LO) 3 catches for 47 yards and 1 TD / Keanon Lowe (Jesuit) 2 catches for 61 yards and 1 TD10:07, 3rd Q: Scott Williams gets away from another lethal rush and he rushes for a gain of 21 yards. Anthony Blake is really fast . . . and athletic, he leaps over a pile of defenders to gain 6 yards. 2nd and 4 on Lake Oswego’s (LO) 21, Keanon Lowe sticks behind his lead blocker to duck and maneuver his way to an 18 yard gain . . . also known as LO’s 3. Blake steamrolls the ball the rest of the way for the 3 yard TD run; PAT is good and Jesuit takes the lead by one.8:07, 3rd Q: 2nd and 10 on their own 26, Jack Lomax attacks with his arm and finds Will Storey running right across the middle of the field for a 34 yard pass. Nearly duplicating the play before, Lomax goes to Micah Hatfield for another 35 yard pass to get the ball down to Jesuit’s 3. 2nd and 6 after an LO penalty, and Dominique Forrest sacks Lomax by his shoestrings for a loss of 9 yards. Lomax goes through the air again, and in the middle of two Jesuit defenders, Hatfield somehow finds a way to grab the pass and bring it down for the TD . . . WOW . . . very impressive. LO goes for two, but Lomax overthrows his receiver.5:07, 3rd Q: 3rd and 5 on their own 38, Williams finds his secret weapon and hits Lowe on a short comeback route that gets him 7 yards and a fresh set of downs. Blake gets Jesuit back in the red zone with a 32 yard run. At LO’s 20, Blake crosses the 200 yards plateau (211 total) and jukes and jives his way forward for 15 more yards. 3rd and Goal on LO’s 6, Blake AGAIN!! He goes untouched up the middle for 6 yards to put Jesuit back on top; PAT is good.:51, 3rd Q: LO uses some trickery again, and goes with the direct snap to Dylan Stowell, for a short gain. That’s the end of the quarter with this game looking very similar to the earlier season match up that ended up a thriller.SIDENOTE: THe official attendance tonight for the semifinals is 11,964 at PGE Park.10:51, 4th Q: This game is starting to look like a shootout as LO manages to get the ball all the way down to Jesuit’s 16. 3rd and 8 on Jesuit’s 14, Lomax rolls out to try and get the ball to Brad Halberg, but he underthrows him by a couple of yards. 3rd and 13 on Jesuit’s 19 after LO is called for the False Start. Jesuit is all up in the LO backfield and sacks Lomax for a loss of 11 yards, and an unfortunate turn of events this possession for the Lakers they have to punt the ball away.8:30, 4th Q: On their own 1, Williams gets out of the close quarters by finding Lowe for the 11 yard pass. 2nd and 15 on Jesuit’s 8, while at the moment, it simply looks like a herd of green jerseys all moving forward, Jesuit has managed to slowly make their way to their own 17. Jesuit eventually punts the ball away.

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