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JV Wolves Pillage Inglemoor Vikings 46 to 6

09/27/2016, 11:15pm PDT
By Chris Mohrhardt

On Monday night, the Eastlake JV took on Inglemoor at home and hammered the Vikings 46-6. The JV team came out strong defensively, aided by Inglemoor fumbling the opening kickoff out of bounds at their own 7 yard line. Two consecutive negative yardage plays culminated in Sam Milton sacking the Inglemoor QB for a safety and a 2-0 Eastlake lead. Eastlake took the resulting free kick and Jack Reischman returned it to the Inglemoor 39 yard line. Quarterback Connor Brown and receiver Jack Rud picked apart the Inglemoor D for a touchdown and 2 point conversion to put Eastlake up 10-0.

On the ensuing kickoff, Carter Cox, who was a tackling machine all night, covered it once again, putting Inglemoor inside their own 20. After Eastlake forced a 3-and-out, the Wolves next drive stalled in the end zone when Inglemoor intercepted Brown's pass.

The teams traded possessions with Eastlake running behind Andrew Plummer and Austin Gray. Just before the half, Eastlake cranked up the offense once again with Gray running for 17 yards followed by a Brown-to-Michael Puttick 24 yard completion. Brown then hit consecutive passes to Reischman and threw in a QB scramble inside the 5. On the next play, Connor hit Broc Stauffer for the touchdown, then completed the 2 point PAT to Eric Baisler to put Eastlake up 18-0 at the half.

The second half was all Eastlake. To start the half, Jack Titus gave the Wolves good field position on the kickoff. Brown scrambled 19 yards, followed by Plummer plowing for 17 more. Brown then hit Rud with a short pass before throwing a screen pass to Andrew Plummer for the touchdown.  Vini Monteiro caught the 2 point conversion and Eastlake led 26-0.

Later in the quarter, Austin Gray ran behind Connor Doran for a touchdown. Inglemoor finally got on the board late in the quarter but Eric Baisler blocked the PAT putting the score Eastlake up 32-6. Vini Monteiro took over for Connor Brown at quarterback and showed his skills running and passing. The Wolves served up a steady dose of power running from Plummer and Gray resulting in another Plummer touchdown and PAT and another Gray touchdown.

Defensively, the Wolves got strong performance from Garrick Teglovic, Sam Marks, Carter Cox, and Cameron Knutson. The Wolves offensive line dominated the Vikings led by Knutson, Cameron Lynch, Jalen Young, and Doran.

Click here for the photo gallery.  Photos courtesy of Simon Puttick.

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