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Clash Of Styles: Tillers Take To The Ground Against The Chargers In Opener
The young Chargers came out firing on offense and drove down the field and scored a touchdown by mixing up the run and the pass. The conversion was good to take an early 8-0 lead. Tustin then put together a nice drive of their own to counter the Chargers score by running the football inside and outside of the Tackles just efficiently enough to eat the clock the move the chains. Tustin punched it in, and then converted the 2 point try and the game was tied at 8. Later in the second quarter the Chargers regained a 16-8 lead with another nice drive, finished by a big catch and run down the right sideline for their 2nd TD. That was capped off with a 2 point conversion making it a 16-8 Chargers lead. But from that point on the Tillers run game seemed to sap the clock, move the chains, and finish drives. That formula eventually saw the Tillers move out to a comfortable lead. But the Chargers showed no quit and on their final possession of the game got in the end zone to finish on a positive note. Final score was 43-24.
Next week the Chargers look to improve, and rebound with a big game against El Dorado at home on Thursday at 3:15. Make your plans now to come out and see the ET Freshman be victorious! Go Chargers!!
Dylan Reynolds #1 blocked the punt in the end-zone to setup the Chargers Touchdown to take the lead late in the 3rd Quarter.
- Josh Peters had a great go route Touchdown grab for 34 yards to help the Chargers in their great comeback win!
- Adam Vilte had several great runs on the day and a Touchdown run in the second half to keep the comeback alive. He also made 2 of 3 extra-point attempts on the day.
Dylan Reynolds #1 saw the defensive side of the field in the last game and helped spark the defense and the Chargers comeback thriller. He had 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, blocked punt and 7 sacks on the day.
The Coach Richard Beatie Football Scholarship Award