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Indians win, Pirates lose to Rebels

September 1, 2012
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By ROBERT S. MERRILL

Assistant editor

 

The Preston Indians got their first victory of the season with a 21-14 victory over Marsh Valley on the Eagles’ home turf on a windy Friday night. The win lifted Preston to 1-1 on the season and gave the team some needed confidence.

However, the West Side Pirates dropped its home opener to the visiting Rich county Rebels, 46-30. The loss puts West Side at 0-2 on the year.

Preston was kept off-balance during the first half of its game by the Eagles’ defense. Whatever head  coach Nick Hyde said to his players at halftime worked. The Indians seemed like a different team.

Running back Tyson Lumbreras took control and scored all three of Preston’s touchdowns on runs of one, 22 and seven yards. But the 3A Eagles didn’t roll over and play dead. In the third quarter Marsh Valley took the ball on an 80-yard drive for pay dirt and a two-point conversion that knotted the score at 14-14.

In the fourth quarter, the Indians marched 80 yards on a long drive of their own and scored the go-ahead touchdown with only a minute left on the clock.

Hyde, who earned his first victory as a new head coach, said he told his players at halftime they had to take advantage of every scoring opportunity that came their way.

“We pretty well did what we wanted to do in the second half. I think it was a change of mind-set that we needed,” he said.

West Side got pummeled by Rich quarterback  Austin Groll on both the ground and through the air. He ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more. The Pirates gave up 405 yards in offense. And Rich scored three touchdowns of 40 yards of more.

Pirate head coach Tyson Moser said the Rebels ran over the top of  his team. “They ran around us and passed over the top of us. You just can’t win games when you give up plays like we did,” he said.

This week Preston has a bye and the Pirates host Layton-Christian in a homecoming game at Lyle Henderson on Friday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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