Boys Varsity Football · Varsity Football falls 33-0 to Avon


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1 -   7
2 -   13
3 -   6
4 -   7

Q1
A – Sampson James 2 yd run (Nick Bandy kick)

Q2
A – James 25 yd run (Bandy kick)
A – Bandy 27 yd field goal
A – Bandy 37 yd field goal

Q3
A – Wallace Stovall 4 yd pass from Henry Hesson (kick no good)

Q4
A – Jarrett Stephen 83 yd run (Bandy kick)

The Fishers Tigers traveled to Avon to face the Orioles in another big HCC match-up. The Orioles received the opening kickoff and put together a long return into Tigers territory early in the game. The Fishers defense was up to the task and stopped the Orioles offense as Alex Lemaich had a couple huge tackles. The Tigers offense was not able to get anything going as they were forced to punt 3 times in the quarter. The Orioles converted after one of these punts. Avon was able to convert on a couple big 3rd downs and were aided by a controversial personal foul call before Sampson James scored from 2 yards out to give Avon an early 7-0 lead.

Avon again scored on the first play from scrimmage after a bad snap on a Tigers punt. James was able to break free and score from 25 yards out to give the Orioles a 14-0 lead. The Tigers offense again struggled to get going and ultimately punted 3 times again in the quarter. Avon was able to get on the board with two more field goals as Nick Bandy connected from 27 and 37 yards to give the Orioles a 20-0 lead at halftime.

The Tigers received the opening kickoff to begin the 2nd half but was forced to punt early. The Orioles answered with two long passes before Henry Hesson ultimately found Wallace Stovall on a 4 yard route to extend the lead to 26-0 in favor of the Orioles. Neither team was able to do much on offense late in the quarter as both defenses stepped up to limit the yardage gain.

Avon continued to pull away as Jarrett Stephen broke free for an 83 yard touchdown early in the 4th quarter. The Tigers offensive struggles continued as Fishers was unable to move the ball past midfield.

The Tigers travel to Franklin Central for the first time match up with the new HCC foe.