rusbankinfo.ru AVON – The Avon Braves were off to an early start with a dominant win in their home opener against the York Golden Knights Friday night, winning 30-6.
Junior quarterback Joey Sotak led the spread offense attack early on, while rushing for two touchdowns on consecutive drives in the first quarter, placing the Braves up 27-0 at halftime.
“We got a spark and started with so much high emotion and then kind of fizzled out a little bit,” Avon head coach Andy Englert said.
In addition to the two offensive scores in the first half, the Braves’ special teams came up with a blocked punt for a touchdown by senior defensive lineman Conner O’Donoghue, alongside junior Brandon Mynter returning a punt 70 yards into the endzone.
The Golden Knights continued to fall short throughout the second half with plenty of missed opportunities for scores, suffering from numerous penalties amongst other setbacks.
Early in the fourth quarter, York’s offense was able to put up points on the board after senior wide receiver Jake Vannorman caught a 30-yard pass downfield placing the Golden Knights in the red zone. Several plays later, senior Ryan Lowden was able to connect for a 1-yard rushing touchdown at the goal line, solidifying York’s only score for the night.
“I always say anytime you get the win on the first game of the year, it sets the right tone for the next one. In Division II football, you’ve got to prepare each week,” Englert said.
Avon (1-0) will host the Warsaw Tigers at home next week, as they look to continue their strong start to the season. credit-n.ru http://credit-n.ru/zaymyi-next.html https://zp-pdl.com https://zp-pdl.com/online-payday-loans-in-america.php