THE RP GAME, SENIOR PROFILE , BEAR TRAX AND OPPONENTS’ RECORDS

RP 28 LANDON 7

 

RP came to Bordley Stadium frustrated—a team with a lot of talent and exceptional size, but with six losses (5 to their MIAA opponents, 3 of them top rated Baltimore team). The Bears extended the RP frustration for another 24 minutes—although the little Hoyas’ offensive line averaged more than 60#s more than the Landon defensive line and their 1st string running back was 30# heavier than all but one Bear starting defender—the score was tied 7-7 at half. In the 2nd half, the “close knit” visitor squad expiated its frustration by scoring three consecutive touchdowns, by keeping their 1st string playing late in the game even though they were ahead by 21 points and by inflicting physical punishment (including a number of unsportsmanlike plays [a few called by the referees]) on their local rival ).

The Bears offense played their hearts out, trying to use speed, guile and athleticism to contain the little Hoyas. The home team caused fumbles and stretched the field to counter the bulk of the visitors. The drive at the end of the 1st half demonstrated that the Bears could move the ball. Charlie Schnider rolled out on the passing plays as Richie Wenzel, Isaiah Edwards, Allan Spiegel, Vincent Kindfuller and Taylor Greene screened their opponents long enough for their QB to launch his passes. Deion Wellington, Anthony Fullum, Joe McDonald and Peter Laco caught the balls frequently showing great footwork to keep their feet in bounds and/or absorb a blow from the RP defenders. The last Schneider-Laco connection resulted in the tying score with 0:09 remaining in the half.  Late in the game, the O line cut some holes for Myles Allen who gained 45 yards in the game.

The Bear D had its speed as its only advantage in facing the little Hoyas. The front seven players [actually over the course of the game more than 7 boys lined up on the line of scrimmage] (Philip Pena, Andrew Mitchell, Addison Sarter, Jackson Howard, Cryrus House, PJ Fitzgerald, Will Buckingham, Mark Strabo, Sellers Garrett, Taylor Greene, Sebastian Welles and Allan Speigel) had to contend with the little Hoyas bigger O line and their 1st string RB who was bigger than all but a few of the Bear D players. The DBs (Johnny Sharp, Jack Falk, Deion Wellington, Robby Dunigan) gave little separation for the RP receivers to catch passes, but had more than enough contact with the visitors’ powerful RBs.

 

FINAL SCORE RP 28 LANDON 7

SENIOR PROFILE

 

GARRETT PAN #63 SENIOR CENTER

 

 

1.  When did you start playing football?

 6th grade at Landon and the coach wanted me to snap the ball AND block!”

2.  What is your time in the 40 yd. dash and what’s your best bench weight? 

 5.8 secs; 250 lbs

3.  Which, if any, football camp(s) did you attend? 

 None

4.  What is your favorite college football team and college football player?

I don’t follow any specific college football teams or players.

5. What colleges are you considering? Do you intend to play sports there? Which one(s)? 

 Northwestern, John Hopkins, Rice, Lehigh, Virginia Tech; I intend to play Club Rugby

6.  What other sports do you play at Landon?  Which is your favorite moment during any Landon sports event in which you played?

 Rugby, Wrestling; My favorite moment: scoring my first try in rugby or catching a pass in a botched football play.

7. What is your nickname?

Panda

8. Describe yourself in three words.

outgoing, humorous, and cuddly 

9. What’s on your iPod?

What’s an iPod?

10. What is/are your favorite course(s) at Landon? Who is your favorite teacher? What major do you intend to pursue it at college? 

Courses: AP Biology, American Dream, AP Physics  Teachers: Mr. Botti, Mr. Anderson, Dr. Goodwin       Major: Engineering

11.  Tell about your favorite non-sports related activity (community work, art/music project, paper, debate, poem, extracurricular activity,   etc.)while at Landon (includes anything off campus). 

 Attending the World Scout Jamboree in Sweden last summer.

12. Tell us one thing (interesting) that your teammates do not know about you. 

 I’m deathly afraid of snakes.

BEAR TRAX

BEAR TRACKS—PLAYING FOOTBALL AT COLLEGE

{note: Bear v. Bear/Bear in ƛale v. Brown scores; Bouknight v. Izon}

BEAR # POSITION COLLEGE Next  GAME NOTES
Wynston Bouknight 23 RB YALE Lost to Brown 28-34 dnp
Terrence Fullum 51 DL Richmond Lost to ODU 28-42 played
Antoine Hudson 1 DB Bryant Beat Albany 31-17 *
Patrick Hunt 32 LB Davidson Lost to Butler 7-17 4 assists
Jeff Izon 33 RB Brown Beat Yale 34-25 dnp
Jeff Johnson 88 FB Colgate Lost Lafayette 24-37 OT dnp
Marek Laco 15 SS Dickinson Beat Gettysburg 21-20 1 solo, 2 assists
Max Lehrman 90 DE Amherst Beat Trinity 35-28 dnp
John Lynn 51   Maryland Lost to UVa 13-31 dnp
Ray Lynn 51 LB Maryland Lost to UVa 13-31 dnp
Dillon Rupp 29 FB Bucknell @ Fordham 11/12 @ RP game!
Will Snyderwine 96 K Duke Lost the U 14-49 2 PATs
Ben Spiritos 52 OL (down to 295#) Dartmouth Beat Cornell 33-24 dnp
Jon Umanzor 13 LB Dickinson Beat Gettysburg 21-20 3 assists
           
          dnp= did not play per school participation records

*no participation info provided

 

Jeff Izon zooming past the Penn D

 

 

 

 

 


No, not a Christmas card,yes it is Marek Laco playing in the
snow 
 That’s one scary Spider, #51, Terrence Fullum!

 

 


 

FROM THE ICE

 

Sam Anas, F, Youngstown Phantoms

in case you missed the earlier post, here is Sam’s interview (it’s in Canadian)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnuYO_iyKy4


OPPONENTS’ RECORDS

 

McNamara (3-4)                      lostDeMatha 21-8

Mercersburg (2-6)                   beat Kiski 29-23

Riverdale Baptist (4-6)           beat Chesapeake 22-14

McDonogh (6-2)                     lost to Calvert 42-48

EHS (3-5)                                lost to Bullis 7-42

Woodberry Forest (6-2)          beat FUMA 35-21

SSSA (1-8)                              lost to StA 21-56

Bullis (9-1)                              beat EHS 42-7

RP (4-6)                                  beat Landon 28-7

StA (6-3)                                 beat SSSA 56-21

BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA   BEAT StA

 

NOTE —There will be a guest/ghost writer from Satterlee-Henderson Field. The 45th anniversary of an Ivy League Championship Football Team (me= manager) requires my presence in New Jersey.

 

 

 

 

 

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