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2B The Baytown Sun

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Dayton rolls to easy 48-0 BCA’s defense rises up in easy whitewashing of New Caney 40-22 victory over Fort Bend McBride accounts for four touchdowns in first quarter to lead Broncos to District 19-4A win STAFF REPORTS NEW CANEY – Ryan McBride rushed for three touchdowns and passed for a fourth in the first quarter alone on Friday night as the Dayton Broncos opened up district 19-4A play on the road Friday night with a 480 win over New Caney at Don Ford Stadium. For the game, McBride finished with 152 yards rushing on 15 carries and four touchdowns. The senior got the starting nod at quarterback and made the most of it. The Broncos took the game’s opening kickoff and quickly moved 61 yards on eight plays with McBride scoring from 10-yards out with 8:50 left in the first quarter to make it 7-0. On the drive, McBride carried six times for 46 yards. New Caney (1-2 overall 0-1 in 19-4A) then was forced to punt deep from its own territory and a short punt gave Dayton the ball at the Eagles’ 31. On the next play, it was McBride finding Isaiah Chambers for the score to make it 14-0. Once again, the Bronco defense would set up the offense with a short field as New Caney passed incomplete from its own 29 on fourth down to give Dayton the ball again in outstanding field position. Three plays later, it was McBride

scoring from 28 yards out Dayton 48, to make it 21-0 with 4:58 still left in the opening New Caney 0 quarter. Just a few minutes later, DAY NC it was Dayton once again First downs 10 7 setting up shop at the Eagle Rushes-yards 28/290 34/156 32. After a holding penalty Comp-Att-Int 5/6/0 5/16/1 yards 43 26 moved the Broncos back to Passing Punts-Avg. 3 6 the 42, it was McBride Fumbles-lost 1/1 0/0 finding a hole and going the Penalties-yards 8/55 8/69 3-0 1-2 distance for the score and it Records was 28-0 heading into the second quarter. DAY 28 6 7 7 48 Early in the second quar- NC 0 0 0 0 0 ter, it was the Dayton Scoring summary defense getting a score as DAY – Ryan McBride 10-yard Lucius Rhone returned an run, (Juan Carranco kick), interception 19 yards for a 08:50, 1st. touchdown to make it 34-0 DAY – Isaiah Chambers 31with 8:54 left in the first yard pass from Ryan McBride (Juan Carranco kick), 07:04, half. The score would stay that 1st. DAY – Ryan McBride 28-yard away until late in the third run, (Juan Carranco kick), quarter when the Broncos 04:58, 1st. added to their lead as DAY – Ryan McBride 42-yard McBride capped off a 72- run, (Juan Carranco kick), yard, six-play drive with a 02:10, 1st. DAY – Lucius Rhone 19-yard 30-yard touchdown run. return, (kick failed), Dayton (3-0 overall, 1-0 interception 08:54, 2nd. in 19-4A) would get its DAY – Ryan McBride 30-yard final score at the 8:20 mark run, (Juan Carranco kick), of the fourth quarter as 00:27, 3rd. Charles Ruffin got into the DAY – Charles Ruffin 53-yard scoring act with a 53-yard run, (Justin Campbell kick), 4th. touchdown run. Ruffin fin- 08:20, Leading rushers – DAY, Ryan ished the night with 126 McBride, 15-152 4TDs, Charles yards rushing on 12 carries. Ruffin, 12-126 1TD; NC, J. For the game, the Alexander, 9-81, T. Johnson, Broncos compiled 333 18-61. passers – DAY, Ryan yards of total offense while Leading McBride 5-6-43-0 1TD; NC, B. New Caney was held to 182 Wright 0-2-0-0, C. Sink 5-14-26yards. 1. Dayton next will host Leading receivers – DAY, Isaiah Chambers 4-42 1TD; NC, Crosby at 7 p.m. Friday. C. McClesky 2-13.

Anahuac falls to Danbury 41-12 DANBURY – The Anahuac Panthers dropped to 1-2 on the 2012 football season after falling to Danbury 41-12 in a non-district game here Friday night. After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, Anahuac cut the lead to 7-6 on Josh Cooper's 33-yard touchdown pass to Jeremiah Moore.

But Danbury responded with 28 uanswered points to carry a 35-6 lead into halftime. Justin Artist, who rushed for 106 yards, cut the lead to 35-12 on a 6-yard touchdown pass with 1:41 left in the third quarter, but Anahuac would get no closer. Artist now has close to 400 yards rushing.

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nice interception at the goal line and ran it back 30 yards. However, the Rangers could not move the ball and punted back to the Falcons. Clear Lake drove a quick 52 yards for the score as Francis Deshon ran it in from the 7yard line. The extra point kick was no good and the Falcons went into halftime leading, 15-9. The Rangers took their only lead of the night early in the third quarter as junior defensive lineman Randy Trancoso blocked a Falcon punt that went out of bounds at the 9-yard line. On first and goal, Sterling running back Kane Vigier took it to the end zone, giving the Rangers their first lead of the season at 16-15. Clear Lake drove 65 yards for its next score as Sam Smith III hit Stephon

BY RANDY CUNNINGHAM sports@baytownsun.com

Six-man football can be a complete and total mystery. For instance, take Baytown Christian Academy. Last week versus Bryan Allen Academy, the Bulldog offense absolutely torched the scoreboard, totaling 95 points in a losing effort. Yep, BCA lost. Then, Friday night against Fort Bend, the same BCA offense totaled less than half of the previous week’s points, yet the Bulldogs picked up their second victory of the young season. Welcome to football, six-man style. Utilizing a smothering defense along with a quick-strike offensive unit, BCA dominated the Chargers on both sides of the ball to take a 40-22 victory at Goose Creek Memorial Field. The Dawgs’ defense immediately went to work, halting the first Fort Bend drive, and the BCA offense responded, traveling the distance in only three plays to take a 6-0 lead. Facing a second down at the Charger 29, running back Blake Smith rumbled down the left sideline for the score. The extra point failed. The Bulldogs’ defense, which allowed Fort Bend only 37 yards in the first half, halted the ensuing drive, and BCA quickly took advantage, striking in four plays for a 13-0 lead. With 1:37 remaining in the first quarter, QB Colton Marks connected with Trevon Hudson for a 47-yard score, as Hudson hauled in the pass, and then weaved his way in and around the Charger secondary en route to the end zone. The conversion was good. “We have a really strong run defense,” said BCA head coach Michael Wiggins. “It’s just the name of our game, and I think the defense as a whole gets the game ball. Last week (a 97-95 loss) we really got caught off guard. We are a run defense team. We got caught and had to transition to a passing defense which we practiced a lot on.” Following a third consecutive defensive stop, the Bulldogs offense sputtered, fumbling at the 39. Fort Bend responded, trimming the BCA lead to 13-6 following a 36-yard touchdown run. Though the offense continued to misfire on its next opportunity, an interception by Smith gave the Bulldogs another chance at the Charger 35. Mixing its ground and air attack, BCA drove to the Fort Bend 3-yard line, where Hudson Chatman with a 4-yard TD pass, giving the Falcons the lead for good at 21-16. Clear Lake blocked another Sterling punt at the 1:39 mark in the quarter and this time, Alex Rivas recovered it in the end zone for a score, stretching the Falcons’ lead to 27-16. Early in the fourth quarter, the Rangers mounted their only real drive of the night as they moved 80 yards for a score at the 6:25 mark. A well-executed halfback pass from Vigier to Aaron Miles resulted in a 25-yard TD which closed the gap to 2722. However, Clear Lake struck back quickly as a 50yard Francis Deshon run highlighted a touchdown drive that ended with a Cameron Njeri’s four-yard touchdown run which closed out the scoring, 33-22. Sterling only gained 53 yards rushing on 38 carries and had 78 yards through the air.

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Austin Walter’s dazzling 62yard run to daylight. Aston Walter did a terrific job of rolling all the way to his right. Then, just before he was hit, he turned around and found Austin across the field to his left. Austin just had to catch the ball, follow a couple blockers, and then fake out the entire Barbers Hill secondary over the final 30 yards. “Barbers Hill has a terrific defense,’’Austin said. “But we are hard to stop when we get it going.’’ For the Eagles, who looked nail tough in the first 24 minutes, it was hard to stop things from going bad as they punted the ball back to Crosby, and then watched Aston Walter score on a 20-yard touchdown run to up the lead to 28-17 with :04 left in the third quarter. Darrian Manuel intercepted

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a Kaleb Denny pass at his own 46 and, five players later, Austin Walter ran untouched up the middle for a 39-yard score to produce the final 18point margin. Barbers Hill had one final scoring opportunity, but Daidrick Kibbie intercepted Denny at the Crosby 15 to thwart any chance of a miracle rally. After Walter scored on a 58yard run in the first quarter, Barbers Hill scored 17 straight points to take what looked to be a commanding 17-7 halftime lead. Christian Thames booted a 32-yard field goal, fullback Nick O’Neal rumbled for a 76-yard score and Denny scored on a 32-yard run to give the visitors a 10-point halftime lead. O’Neal finished the game with more than 100 yards rushing to up his season total to near the 400 mark. Denny also rushed for slightly more than 100 yards on the night to go over 300 for the year.

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scored his second TD of the game, bulling his way to the end zone for a 196 lead with 1:29 left before intermission. Following the break, the Bulldogs took only two plays to stretch their lead to 26-6 as Hudson completed his personal touchdown trifecta after taking a handoff from Marks, and then bursting up the middle and outracing multiple defenders on a 42-yard trip to the end zone. Keith Tarlton added the conversion. The BCA defense again halted the Charger attack on its ensuing series, and the Bulldogs completed their second consecutive two-play drive to widen their lead to 34-6. With 6:21 in the third quarter, Marks, who completed 7-of-19 passes for 133 yards on the evening, tossed a pass in the left flat to Smith, who wrestled the ball away from the defender, then outran two defensive backs on a 44-yard jaunt for the score. The kick by Romel Benavides was good. Fort Bend responded with a six-play scoring drive to cut the BCA lead to 3414. Though the BCA offense ran out of gas on its ensuing possession, a fumble recovery by the Dawgs’ Ryan Ronquillo led to the final Bulldog score of the contest. With :24 remaining in the third stanza, Smith became the second BCA member of the Three Touchdown Club with a 15-yard run around the right side of the Charger defense for the touchdown. The PAT failed. Fort Bend added a touchdown with five minutes remaining in the game. “I think we’re on the right track,” said Wiggins. “Injuries have been minimal though we have two out right now, one is my quarterback. The best team at the end of the year is the one that stays healthy, so right now I think we’re strong. We should’ve 45ed the team (won by 45 points), but the conditions (field) are what they are. I think we’re doing well. It’s really starting to jell better. We have a lot of work to do, but it’s starting to jell a lot better now.” Hudson led the Bulldog ground attack, rushing for 86 yards on seven carries, followed by Smith with six rushes for 78 yards. Marks added 29 on four carries. Smith led the receiving corps, gathering three passes for 75 yards, while Hudson added 58 yards on one reception. Adam Peacock hauled in two passes for 14 yards. BCA (2-1) travels to High Island at 7 p.m. Friday.

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