Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers 8 - OrthoIndy Cowboys 0
On Saturday, the Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers turned in a hard-fought game against the OrthoIndy Cowboys. The Packers were able to hold off a good first drive by the Cowboys offense and got the ball on downs at their own 40-yard line. The Packers generated a good drive of their own and turned it into 8 points with good running by Logan Dottenwhy, Ethan Elzey, and Jaxon Rogers. Dottenwhy scored the game’s lone touchdown on a 10-yard sweep. That was followed by a two-point conversion by Isaiah Koonce on a busted play. Both teams played excellent defense and turned the game into a slug fest. The Packers were able to hold on for their second win of the season.
Bill Estes Bears 20 - Captured Memories Colts 0
The Bill Estes Bears Week 2 victory was made possible by another tremendous team effort on both sides of the ball. The Bears offensive line of Nick Johnson, Brendan Lattimer, Miles Palmer, Seth Weedon and Mathew Gatton opened huge holes for the Bears running attack of Carter Lang, Hank Giles, Cam Edwards and Jake Dunn. Giles, Lang, Edwards and Dunn combined for three scores. The Bears’ defense was tested early with a long run by the Colts. The Bears locked down and made it difficult on the Colts with great team tackling and all eleven players flowing to the ball. The result was another shutout by the Bears’ defense, their second in two games.
Bill Estes Bears 13 - Long Electric Vikings 0
The Bill Estes Bears shut out the Long Electric Vikings with a strong defensive effort. The defensive line was anchored by Tyler Jones, John Rushenberg and Brady Harris. Graham Brodt added to the effort with a sack and a forced fumble at the goal line. The Bears scored on their opening drive on a touchdown by Walker Brodt. Throughout the day, the Bears’ offense was led by John Nabors, who ran the offense, and made several long runs. Cameron Hickman added a touchdown for the Bears. Ryan Doty helped run out the clock with two long runs to end the game.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers 22 - Captured Memories Colts 0
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers seemed to take inspiration from the spirit of former Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi this week as they initially struggled against the Captured Memories Colts. The Packers “Purple Curtain” defense responded with big stops by Isaiah Smith and Ian Place allowing only two first downs and no points on the day. The Packers offense was led by Jackson Hopkins and Jayden Whitacker who combined for three touchdowns. Two-point conversions were added by Jace Tunnel and Jake Bollinger.
OrthoIndy Cowboys 7 - Tonn and Blank Construction Steelers 0
The OrthoIndy Cowboys remain unbeaten, winning a defensive battle 7-0 over the Tonn and Blank Steelers. The game’s winning touchdown was scored on a Caleb Marcus run. The Cowboys defense has remained stingy and has not been scored on this season. The Cowboys forced two turnovers — a Brady Ison interception and a Jonathan Ritenour fumble recovery.
Tonn and Blank Construction Steelers 26 - Long Electric Broncos 6
The Tonn and Blank Steelers defeated the Long Electric Broncos 26-6 this week. The Steelers’ Dylan Hollen returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. The Broncos’ Carson Cole immediately returned the favor, returning the ensuing Steelers kickoff for a touchdown. Will Smith then scored, adding to the Steelers’ lead. Martino Tabasco converted the two-point conversion. Kalen Carroll and Luke Eddleman finished up the scoring for the Steelers. The Broncos had a great day passing with Wyatt Clodfelter connecting with Steven Walsh several times. On defense for the Steelers, cornerback Dra Ballance had several tackles.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Packers 8 - Bill Estes Bears 6
From the beginning, the matchup between the Packers and Bears was a defensive battle. Neither team seemed to move the ball with ease. Penalties played a part in keeping the game low-scoring. In the second quarter, however, Packers wing Cade Garner was able to scamper around the outside to score the game’s first touchdown. Mike Nesbitt was then able to run in the two-point conversion with great blocking by the offensive line. .
OrthoIndy Cowboys 14 - Captured Memories Colts 6
Both the OrthoIndy Cowboys and the Captured Memories Colts played well on Saturday. Early in the second quarter, the Cowboys were up 14 -0 paced by two Ean Alexander touchdown runs and a Sam Johnson two-point conversion. The Colts tried to mount a second half comeback with a nice drive to open the third quarter. The drive was capped off with a short Nick Cicciarelli touchdown run. The Cowboys defense tightened and held on for their first win of the season.
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Long Electric Broncos 13 - Captured Memories Colts 6
The Long Electric Broncos got off to an early start and were by fueled by two touchdowns runs from Kobe Nunally. The second touchdown run was on a broken play in which the quarterback Jackson Parent was hit just as he pitched the ball to Nunally, who alertly picked up the ball on one hop and ran for a 60- yard score. Jack Reid led the Broncos defense with numerous solo tackles. The Captured Memories Colts came back with a second half touchdown from Jeffery Carr. The Colts threatened to tie the game late, but the Broncos defense stepped up and stopped the Colts on a fourth-and-9 on the 10-yard line with less than 30 seconds left in the game.
OrthoIndy Cowboys 13 - Zavasites.com Lions 7
The OrthoIndy Cowboys Bryce Nabors scored the game’s first touchdown thanks to a great block by Gunnar Landreth. The Zavasites.com Lions tied up the contest with an 80-yard touchdown run by Nicholas Bolden which sent the game into overtime. The Lions were unable to score in overtime. The Cowboys’ Edward Sullivan was able to score the game-winning touchdown on an inside veer thanks to great blocking by Houston Dickey, Jaylin Stovall and Zachary Wilcher.