Led by Averie Mansfield 7 tackles and Luke Jeter 6 tackles, 3. CSUP was limited to 13 first downs, yards of total offense, and perhaps most critically, was only 4-of on third downs. The Orediggers took a commanding lead at halftime thanks to an effective, yard-eating offense and two key special-teams plays.
The Thunderwolves scored on their opening drive with a big pass to open it up and Jordan Kitna's yard scramble to lead , but the Orediggers wouild reel off four straight touchdowns before halftime. Matocha completed his first five passes and finished with a yard completion to Johnston to tie the game.
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After a Pack punt, Mines was marching again before Tevin Donnell seemed to intercept Matocha deep in CSUP territory; the turnover was nullified by a holding flag, however, and Matocha went right back to work to find Johnston on another yard score for a lead. The Show on the Road Aug 7, The Show on the Road Jul 31, All Rights Reserved.
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