Wildcats roll over Titans, 46-0
The Yarbrough-Keyes Titans hosted the Boise City Wildcats on Thursday night, for parents night.
Albert Hernandez took the initial kickoff, shook off a couple of arm tackles, and ran down the left sideline for a touchdown. The try for two was no good.
The Wildcats kicked to the Titans, and Barnes took it upfield for a good 23-yard gain; but it was brought back by a holding penalty.
The Titans ran three more downs and then picked up a first down with a run up the gut on fourth and three. They fumbled on the next play and BC took over at about the 50.
The Wildcats had a busted play, but Clark gained 10, and then lost it with a 15 yard penalty.
Then Hernandez dropped the ball on an option pitchout. The Wildcats had to punt from their 32, and the Titans' Arreola took it for a short gain.
The Titans ran three downs in their own end of field, had to punt, it was blocked. A Wildcat defender 55 picked the ball and ran in for TD, the try for two came up short, it was 12-0.
The Wildcats kicked off to the Titans, then took over on downs on their own 15, at the end of the first quarter.
On the first play from scrimmage, in the second quarter, Hernandez, ripped on a sweep for a TD. The pass to Ottinger was good for two, it was 20-0.
With 3:09 left in the first half the Wildcats scored again, it was 26-0.
The Wildcats regained possession, scored, the attempt for two picked off, it was 32-0.
The Wildcats scored again, Clark passed to Hernandez for two, it was 40-0 at the half.
The Wildcats kicked off to the Titans to start the second half, and kept them deep in their own end zone.
The Titans attempted to punt their way out of trouble, but the snap was high and the kick blocked.
The Wildcats took possession near the goal line punched it over for six to end the game 46-0.
“If you don't block and tackle, that's how you lose games. Not if you don't have an aerial attack,' said Titan head Coach Steve Smith.
Wildcat Coach David Bruner said he was proud of his teams' efforts.
“Albert Hernandez, gained more than 200 yards, Clark and Reyes played well on defense. But it was special teams. We blocked two punts, one ran in for a touchdown. I think we can do that on Friday night against Forgan,” Bruner said.
“We are improving every week,” Bruner added.
“Also, I want to say something about the junior high they have a five and one record; five games they won by 30 points or more. I'm really pleased on how they are coming along.”
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