A LWMA player tries to cut up field in last nights game

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Warriors too much for LWMA

Published 1:28am Saturday, October 1, 2011

Lyman Ward was defeated 56-13 last night by Lee-Scott Academy.

The Warriors got on the board first when Lyman Ward fumbled the opening kickoff and the first play from scrimmage was a 63-yard pass from Jeremy Joseph to McQuen Mitchell and the Rangers were down 7-0 with 11:24  left in the first quarter.

The Rangers got the ensuing kickoff, but were unable to move the ball and punted to the Warriors after three plays.

Lee Scott went to work at there own 35-yard line eight plays later when a quarterback keeper from Jeremy Joseph went in from three yards out.

The kick was good and the Warriors were up 14-0 at the 8:53 mark of the first quarter.

Lee-Scott then pooch kicked the ball, and the Rangers fumbled giving the Warriors the ball at the Ranger 43 yard line.

Six plays later Joseph again went on a quarterback keeper on the right side for  three yards and a LSA touchdown making it 21-0 to close out the first quarter.

After a Ranger three and out, LSA’s Holt Ingalls took it in from the Ranger 15-yard line to make it 28-0 at the 4:32 mark of the second quarter.

Lyman Ward took the ensuing kickoff 100-yds for their first score of the night, as Dewayne Pritchett waltzed into the end zone making it a 28-7.

The Warriors answered on their next possession when Joseph took another quarterback keeper in from 18-yards out, and the extra point was good for a 35-7 lead with 4:16 left in the half.

The Warriors got on the board again before the half with David Ruffin going 25-yards for the score at the 2:16 mark, making it 42-7 LSA.

The Rangers received the second half kickoff and moved the ball to the Warriors 30-yard line before turning the ball over on downs to Lee-Scott.

The Warriors were intercepted on there first play of the second half, as Jarred Gustin took the interception 30-yards to the house, making it 42-13 at the 6:08 mark of the third quarter.

The Warriors tacked on two more touchdowns for a final score of 56-13.

The Rangers are on the road next week at Kingwood Christian Academy.

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