Friday, November 20, 2009

Harvard wins JV game

Harvard used the big play to defeat Yale in the junior varsity game this afternoon at Clint Frank Field.

Aaron Thomas intercepted Javier Sosa's halfback option pass and returned it 18 yards for the first touchdown in a 35-26 victory. Colton Chapple's first completion went for a 24-yard TD to Curtis Ross. Alex Sarkisian, who split time between receiver and quarterback, caught a 65-yard touchdown pass and threw a 30-yard touchdown pass while Rich Zaleski had a 75-yard scoring run for the Crimson.

Chris Morris had 6 and 34-yard touchdown catches, Dez Duron was 15 of 28 for 141 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

Taylor Stib ran 17 times for 48 yards and Sosa had 30 yards on 11 carries and a 3-yard TD while Philippe Panico had a pair of field goals.

Defensively, Ben Ashcraft had 12 tackles, Austin Pulsipher made 10 tackles, Matt Battaglia had nine tackles, an interception, two quarterback pressures and broke up two passes, Charles Holmes had three quarterback pressures and five tackles and Chris Dooley had seven tackles for Yale.

Brian Reilly had seven tackles to lead Harvard while Zaleski ran for 144 yards.

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