By Jake Goldstein-Street
In keeping with their streak of wins as of late, Meadowdale won this competitive aerial battle against one of the best offensive teams in the league. Their duo of quarterback completed 13 of 16 passes for 170 yards and four touchdowns and one two-point conversion. #25 caught five passes for 48 yards. He was key in getting drives started time and time again throughout this game. The team’s defense had trouble stopping Glacier Peak, especially after giving up a quick touchdown to begin the game.
Glacier Peak had equal trouble on defense in this game. Meadowdale’s penchant for short passes created openings in the core of Grizzlies defense. Meanwhile, their offense had no problem creating opportunities. Their quarterback completed 14 of his 20 passes for 158 yards and three touchdowns. There is no doubt that #12 was the best player for Glacier Peak in this game. He caught six passes for 73 yards and all of the team’s three touchdowns. Josh E caught three passes for 16 yards. Tyson Holt had two receptions for 21 yards to kickstart Glacier Peak’s second drive. Connor Stroup caught the game’s first completion for 18 yards. Finally, John Paul Anderson caught the last Glacier Peak pass for 17 yards.
|April 9, 2017||1:00 pm||Day 4 - 4/9/2017||Spring 2017|