Sunday, November 01, 2009

Yale JVs run wild

Freshman running back Taylor Stib ran 14 times for 184 yards including scoring runs of 7 and 79 yards, caught three passes for 40 yards and completed a 56-yard pass to lead the Yale junior varsity team to a 34-26 win over Bridgton Academy Sunday at Clint Frank Field.

Stib also had three kickoff returns including one in which he ran over Bridgton's Christian Weeman, much to the delight of the Yale varsity players on the sideline.

Classmate Javi Sosa ran 17 times for 103 yards as the Bulldogs offensive line of sophomores Jeff Fell, Colin Kruger, Evan Ellis and freshmen Justin Hymes and Luke Hartwig paved the way for Yale to run for 283 yards.

Dez Duron was 10 of 23 for 106 yards including TD passes of 21 yards to Collin Bibb, 10 yards to Alex Birks and 4 yards to John Runk.

Defensively, freshman lineman Chris Dooley was sensational with 10 tackles, a fumble recovery, a sack and three tackles for losses. Ben Ashcraft had nine tackles, Josh Grizzard had an interception while Austin Pulsipher had seven tackles, Bryan Farris had Scott Williams had six tackles each. Defensive linemen Charles Holmes and Nick Daffin were both extremely active.

Yale's JV team is 2-2 heading into the season finale on Nov. 20 at 1 p.m. against Harvard at Clint Frank Field.

For Bridgton, which fell to 0-3 against Ivy League JV teams, Kenneth Brock 26 for 48 passing for 353 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Keith Williams 7 catches for 151 yards including touchdowns of 80 and 29 yards while Brent MacLeod had two sacks and Branford's Brandon Murphy had four tackles.


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