RecapBy Jake Goldstein-Street
This battle between the league’s top two teams lived up to expectations. Meadowdale came out on top of this overtime showdown after the team’s went back-and-forth during regulation with the lead. The Mavericks were not efficient on offense, but they were timely. Their quarterback, #5, completed just eight of his 19 passes for 88 yards, but his last two completions were touchdowns. Every time Oak Harbor would get ahead in this game, Meadowdale always had an answer. They answered touchdowns with their own catches in the end zone. They responded to interceptions by creating turnovers of their own. #25 had the Mavericks’ best offensive showing in this game with the touchdown in overtime and another reception during regulation for a total of 10 yards. #82, meanwhile, caught one pass for 7 yards.
Oak Harbor had an outstanding offense in this game and, yet, it wasn’t enough to lift their team to victory. Jordan Bell completed 10 of his 20 passes for 156 yards. Six different receivers got into the mix for the Wildcats. Kyle Nichols was the best player in this game, catching 3 passes, one of which was a TD, for 53 yards. Ty Eck had two receptions for 33 yards and an INT. Aaron Fletcher, also, caught two passes for 16 yards. Tagson Hardin had just one catch, but it was a 25-yard TD. Andrew Miller had one reception for 16 yards to set up the Wildcats second touchdown. Gabe Eck caught one pass for 13 yards early in the game.
|April 9, 2017||10:00 am||Day 4 - 4/9/2017||Spring 2017|