, Port Arthur, Texas


November 9, 2013

Complete stat sheets from Week 10


MEMORIAL       14 13  0 20  -47

LA PORTE        14 10    21    0 -45

Scoring Summary

PAM – Roderic Rucker 24 pass from Taylor Labrie. Ricardo Estupian kick.

LP –Johnathan Lewis 4 run. Ceasar Silva kick.

PAM - Kameron Martin 69 run. Estupian kick.

LP –Victor Holmes 9 run. Silva kick.

PAM –Albert Jacobs 24 pass from Labrie. Estupian kick.

LP - Lewis 5 run. Silva kick.

PAM - Estupinan 35 field goal.

PAM - Estupinan 20 field goal.

LP - Silva 41 field goal.

LP - Lewis 44 run. Silva kick.

LP - Trevor Nelson 1 run. Silva kick.

LP - Lewis 21 run. Silva kick.

PAM - Corey Dauphine 1 run. Pass failed.

PAM - Rucker 65 pass from Labrie. Estupian kick.

PAM - Rucker 41 pass from Labrie. Estupian kick.

 Team Statistics

            PAM          LP

First Downs           20             25                 

Rushes-yards    34-154     60-467       

Passing Yards      280            94            

Total Yards          434           561       

Passes             20-32-1   6-12-1

Punts                   3-37.6      3-20.0

Fumbles-Lost      1-0            3-1            

Penalties              5-52        4-35    

Individual Statistics

Rushing — PAM: Kameron Martin 13-110, Tayylor Labrie 10-32, Corey Dauphine 11-12. LP: Johnathan Lewis 29-270, Britt Grant 20-226, Victor Holmes 5-3, Taejon Wearen 1-1, Trevor Nelson 2-(-1), Jordan Jackson 3-(-32).

Passing — PAM: Tayylor Labrie 20-32-1 280. LP: Jordan Jackson 6-12-1 94.

Receiving — PAM: Roderic Rucker 8-162, Torian Lott 7-82, Albert Jacobs 3-36, Kameron Martin 1-9, Corey Dauphine 1-(-6). LP: David Terrebonne 2-18, Bryson Rogers 1-40, Jaron Dykstra 1-15, Trevor Nelson 1-8, Victor Holmes 1-3.


Nederland            7     0     7     7   –  21

Bmt Central                       0     0     7     0   –  7


NED: Kendrick Hopkins 4 run. Tanner Noel kick.

NED: Colton Kimler 15 interception return. Noel kick.

CEN: Devwah Whaley 51 run. Juan Perez kick.

NED: Hopkins 2 run. Noel kick.


            NED                CENT

First downs               12                  7

Rushes-Yards      32-109                     33-160

Passing Yards         167                   107

Total Yards         276                     267

C-A-I                  7-18-1                 6-18-4

Punts-Avg.           6-46.8                 5-37.2

Fumbles-Lost      0-0                      1-1

Penalties-Yards      5-44                     4-35         


Rushing — NED: Kendrick Hopkins 19-85, Marcus Barton 6-30, Sage Seay 3-13, Austin Krautz 1-1. CEN: Devwah Whaley 5-102, Michael Jacquet 11-35, Damon Thomas 11-24, Garrison Mitchell 1-2, Kamon Darby 5-(-3).

Passing – NED: Preston White 7-18-1 167. CEN: Michael Jacquet 6-18-4 107.

Receiving – NED: Colton Kimler 5-128, Brandon Dial 1-24, Barton 1-15. CEN: Cody Wilson 2-44, Mitchell 1-33, DeAnthony Sam 1-18, Ian Bramble 1-10, Thomas 1-2.


Livingston               0      0       0       6    –  6

PN-Groves           14      21       14       0    –  49

                   SCORING SUMMARY

PNG - Brant Halfin 3 run. Dylan East kick.

PNG - Halfin 15 run. East kick.

PNG - Jeremiah Rose 39 pass from Ky Walker. East kick.

PNG - Adam Morse 2 run. East kick.

PNG - Halfin 10 run. East kick.

PNG - Rose 45 pass from Walker. East kick.

PNG - Leonel Arredondo 2 fumble return. East kick.

LIV - Bromari Ferrell 73 run. Kick failed.

              TEAM STATISTICS

                               LIV                      PNG

First downs              5                          29

Rushes-yards       39-205                    33-190

Passing yards       0                        287

Total yards        205                        477

Passes              0-6-1                  17-21-0

Fumbles-Lost        4-1                        3-2

Penalties-Yards        8-50                        9-60

Punts-Avg                5-35.2                      2-29.5


  Rushing — LIV: Bromari Ferrell 12-177, Xavier Hutchinson 17-33, John Moye 3-10, Eric Stanfield 2-3, Brandon Riley 5-(-18); PNG: Brant Halfin 20-135, Ky Walker 2-28, Kody Cropper 7-22, Adam Morse 3-3, Kaleb Sparks 1-2.

Passing — LIV: Brandon Riley 0-4-0 0, Hutchinson 0-2-0 0;  PNG: Walker 15-18-0 264, Morse 2-3-0 23.

Receiving — PNG: Jeremiah Rose 10-184, Avery Murdock 3-39, Sparks 2-32, Jack Giblin 1-17, Jared Talton 1-6.

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