Pony League Week 3
RAZORS 24, COLTS 6
Evan Upthegrove dominated the first half of the opening game Sunday after as he scored 3 times (2 by rushing 75 & 45 yards) & also caught a 70 yard TD pass play that put the Razors up 18-0 at halftime.
He also had an interception then took most of the 2nd half off. He finished with 160 yards rushing on only 5 carries & now has scored 8 times this season.
Upthegrove has also thrown for a TD earlier in the season. The Razors who didn’t win a game 2 years ago & last year was 2-3 & was the #4 seed in the playoffs has finished the first half;f of the current PFL season at 3-0.
Gabe Arazo caught the final Razors score which also covered 70 yards early in the 4th quarter.
The Colts only score came with 24 seconds left as Tyler Taylor scored from 19 yards out.
He finished with 64 yards rushing in the contest.
On defense the Colts did recover 2 Razors fumbles. Jacob Morris & Andrew Batson were credited with the recoveries.
The three time defending champions Vipers picked up their 1st win of the season as they saw their game with the Longhorns have a total of five lead changes.
Vipers got a three TD performance by Jamie McCann who’s 7 yard TD run in the 2nd OT tied the game at 26 each. Austin Matthews added the game winning PAT run. That was his 2nd PAT run of the game.
McCann finished with 18 carries for 100 yards.
Kyler Matthews added a TD run that put the Vipers up 14-8 with 4:32 left in regulation. McCann added a PAT run.
Longhorns also got a 3 TD game performance. Caleb Hamrick had 10 carries in the game for 101 yards & added three TD runs. He also caught a 2 point conversion in the 1st half that at the time put the Longhorns up 8-7 a lead that held until back to back scores by the teams within 15 second time period in the 4th quarter.
Eli Shaw added a 1 yard TD in the 2nd OT, but the team failed to convert on the PAT.
After three weeks of action:
The 2nd half of the 2012 Pony Football League resume this Sunday starting at 1pm at the Practice Football Facility by Washington Senior High School.