Landon 11 EHS 5

The simple numbers of players who had appeared for the two teams on the Hummel Bowl field were indicative of what the final results were likely to be. Thirty of the Bears had been on the field after the first two periods, while over the same time frame only half that number of the EHS squad had appeared.

Those figures are some measure both of the relative volume of talent and of Coach Bordley’ s philosophy about using such games to gain experience rather than pad statistics. Ten of the visitors were registered in the scoring columns by the end of the game and all of the players in the scorebook had marks indicating that they had racked time in the game. Final score Bears 11 Maroon 5

The home team scored first when Gray Williams fed Nate Crane at 8:10. The Brown jerseys responded with four consecutive goals over a two minute period:

  • Colton Rupp from Sean O’Brien @ 5:47
  • Philip Peña unassisted after a close-in face dodge @ 5:07
  • Colton Rupp received another sweet pass from Sean O’Brien @ 4:30
  • Peter Laco was the beneficiary of a nice pass from Taylor Valencia @ 2:58

What strung those goals together was the dominance of Jarrett Witzal at the X; each time he caused the Bears to retain possession. According to one of the EHS personnel, his opponent is a Notre Dame recruit.

Obviously, the Bear D was most effective and during this period some of the Brown jerseyed long poles, who ordinarily start, were already getting time to watch from the sidelines.  Both Hunter Sells and Jack Prutting spent time in the nets.

END OF 1ST Q BEARS 4 MAROON 1

 

Garrett Fellows put the first point on the scoreboard in this next period with a nice goal @ 8:57. Sean O’Brien registered his third assist as he passed to Peter Laco @ 6:30. Jarrett’s faceoff effort resulted in Taylor Valencia’s receipt of the ball and he deposited it on Peter Laco’s stick, who buried the sphere @6:06 for his third goal.

 

The home team recorded its second goal at 4:08 on a pass from Brown Dubose (Furman recruit) to Timmy Philips.

 

HALFTIME BEARS 7 MAROON 2

 

For the second game in a row Robby Dunigan scored the first goal of the second half, this one on a nifty assist from Peter Laco @ 11:10. Xman Sam Offutt (4/5 at the X) distributed a ball to Sean, who changed his role by scoring this time@10:09. The White Jerseys got offensive on a Cooper Gage to Nate Craine goal at 7:36. Jack Bolen bounced a shot past the EHS goalie next. Rob Adkins rewarded the hard-working FOGO Jarrett Witzal by setting him up for a goal @3:32.

 

The period was ended on an unassisted goal by Timmy Phillips at 1:57.

 

END OF 3RD Q BEARS 11 MAROON 4

 

For the last twelve minutes, the Landon players who will be the key performers for the 2014 season and beyond got to test their metal against the EHS team. One player, whose next career will be as THE goalie for the University of Colorado in 2014-2018, made four nice saves. The home team scored at 5:06 on a Quinn Lyerly to Brooks Davy goal.

 

KHARI BATEN “THAT’S A BEAR” AWARD

 

GARRETT FELLOWS 1G and 2 GBs

 

JARRETT WITZAL 8/12 at the X, 9 GBs

 

 

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