Monday, September 1, 2008

Single-Wing St Charles Win Big!

Hornets Fall

ST. CHARLES - For the second straight year, St. Charles handed New Lothrop a season-opening football defeat 42-13.

With long-time Bulldogs coach Bob Welzein stepping down as head coach after last season, newcomer Brady Lake collected his first coaching victory at the Hornets' expense.

St. Charles' single-wing offense racked up 367 total yards, including 324 on the ground.

The first quarter was a 7-7 standoff. St. Charles drew first blood on Dugan Roosa's 13-yard scoring scamper.

New Lothrop countered with Jeremy Emmendorfer's 5-yard run. It was set up by Trevor Vincke's 50-yard pass to Cody Peterman to the Bulldog 5.

The Bulldogs then scored 21 unanswered points in the second period and added 14 more unanswered points in the third quarter.

The Hornets' final points came with 8:32 left in the game. Vincke passed 10 yards to De'Andre Johnson.

Vincke completed five of 15 passes for 93 yards, one score and one interception.

Zach Maike was the top New Lothrop rusher with 57 yards on 11 carries.

Ryan Parks had 11 tackles for the Hornets.

The Argus-Press Owosso, MI

St Charles High School - 881 W Walnut St - St Charles, MI

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