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October 6, 2012

Week 5 Area Football Box Scores

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VIDOR 28, BMT OZEN 21

VIDOR        0    10    0    18    — 28

OZEN        0    21    0    0    — 21

Second Quarter

Ozen: Kourtney Williams 61 pass from Jordan Ozen (Mamadou Baldi kick)

Vidor: Montana Quirante 3 run (Michael Tamayo kick)

Ozen: Xavier Johnes 1 run (Baldi kick)

Vidor: Tamayo 36 FG

Ozen: Jacobi Jones 18 pass from Ozen (Baldi kick)

Fourth Quarter

Tamayo 30 FG

Vidor: Justin Moore 3 run (Quirante run)

Vidor: Quirante 1 run (Tamayo kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

    Vidor    Ozen

First downs    18    11

Rushes-yards    65-249    21-60

Passing yards    56    161

Total yards    305    221

Passes    3-6-0    11-24-0

Punts     3-36.0    5-27.0

Fumbles-Lost    5-1    0-0

Penalties-Yards    3-27    5-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —VID: Quirante 28-110, Moore 16-84, Sage Smith 10-28; OZEN: Jacobi Jones 11-26, Xavier Johnes 5-22.

PASSING—VID: Quirante 2-5-0-30, Brice Cooper 1-1-0-26; OZEN: Ozen 11-24-0-161

RECEIVING— VID: Jon Boy Smith 2-30, Austin Rodriguez 1-26; Ozen: Andrew Michael 5-45, Jacobi Jones 4-25, Kourtney Williams 1-61.

WO-STARK 49, HARDIN-JEFFERSON 0

WOS    7    7    21    14    —    49

HJ    0    0    0    0    —    0

First quarter

WOS – John Scott 3 run, Rodrickson Cano kick

Second quarter  

WOS – Dre Spencer 8 pass from Jimmy Salter, Cano kick

Third quarter  

WOS—Scott 61 run, Cano kick  

WOS – J’Marcus Rhodes 8 pass from Salter, Cano kick  

WOS – Abear Simien 1 run, Cano kick

Fourth quarter  

WOS – Ar’Tevin McDonald 20 run, Cano kick  

WOS – Joe Lynch 94 interception return, Cano kick

TEAM STATISTICS

    WO-S    H-J

First downs    17    4

Rushes-yards    33-195    34-(-2)

Passing yards    84    75

Total yards    279    73

Passes    9-17-0    4-12-3

Fumbles-Lost    4-1    2-0

Penalties-Yards    11-110    8-53

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing — WO-S: John Scott 9-123, Abear Simien 5-32, Ar’Tevin McDonald 3-25, Kane Tezeno 3-13, Jimmy Salter 7-12, Tremaine Anderson 2-6, Maurice Morris 1-2, Daniel Woodson 1-2, Chase Rutledge 2-(-20); H-J, Devan Cooper 14-17, Travis Stevens 3-2, Dylan VanNoy 2-(-9), Jared Gieseke 15-(-12).

Passing — WO-S: Salter 8-15-0 75, Rutledge 1-2-0 9; H-J, Gieseke 4-12-3 75.

Receiving — WO-S, Dwain Boullard 2-29, Dre Spencer 1-18, J’Marcus Rhodes 2-17, Will Johnson 1-10, Ra’Shon McDonald 1-5, John Scott 1-3, Deionte Thompson 1-2.

BMT CENTRAL 39, LUMBERTON 8

CEN        0    13    13    13    — 39

LUM        0    8    0    0    — 8

Second Quarter

CEN -- Exavier Jones 43-yard fumble return (Auturo Ordoz kick), 9:43

LUM -- Taylor Trahan 45-yard pass from Andrew Manley (Dustin Ford run), 0:28

CEN -- Garrison Mitchell 22-yard pass from Robert Mitchell (kick failed), 0:00

Third Quarter

CEN -- Kamon Darby 30-yard run (Auturo Ordoz kick), 6:03

CEN -- Garrison Mitchell 20-yard run (kick failed), 2:29

Fourth Quarter

CEN -- Landen Malbrough 61-yard pass from Robert Mitchell (Auturo Ordoz kick), 9:00

CEN -- Michael Jacquet 21-yard run (kick failed), 6:00

TEAM STATISTICS

    Central    Lum

First downs    21    6

Rushes-yards    37-244    28-103

Passing yards    252    93

Total yards    496    196

Passes    15-21-0    6-16-2

Punts     2-25.5    4-35

Fumbles-Lost    2-0    5-2

Penalties-Yards    10-75    3-20

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Central, Robert Mitchell 12-111, Chris Allen 4-29, Kamon Darby 12-73, Michael Jacquet 2-26. Lumberton, Josh Watson 15-98.

PASSING—Central, Mitchell 13-19-0-186, Jacquet 2-2-0-66. Lumberton, Andrew Manley 6-16-2-93.

RECEIVING—Central, Landen Malbrough 6-126, Garrison Mitchell 6-91, Jacquet 3-35. Lumberton, Josh Watson 1-4, Taylor Trahan 2-61, Dustin Ford 2-23, Edmund Horn 1-5.

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