Streaks win in high scoring shootout against Lee

Owen Marshall, Sports Editor

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The Blue Streaks took on Fighting Leeman on Oct. 28. The game ended in a 58-42 win for the Streaks to improve their record to 6-3.

The game started of to a Blue Streak rushing touchdown by quarterback AC White, but Lee responded with a long touchdown pass to make the game 7-7. White had yet another rushing touchdown to make the game 14-7. The Streaks defense forced the Leeman to punt, but it was bobbled, so the Streaks started their drive in the redzone. This set up a rushing touchdown for Marcus Robinson. The extra point was missed to make the game 20-7. The Leeman didn’t respond, and the Streaks recovered the ball and drove down the field to set up a touchdown run by Colin Morris. The Streaks went for a two point conversion that was broken up to make the game 26-7. Lee came back to score on a rushing touchdown to make the game 26-14. Robinson carried the ball downfield for another touchdown and a two point conversion to Morris that brought the score to 34-21. Lee scored on a broken coverage which allowed the Leeman to score and make the game 34-28. Morris ran for another rushing touchdown and a two point conversion to Malachi Simmons to end the half with a 42-28 score.

The second half began with the same moment from the Streaks with a rushing touchdown by 49-28. The Streaks defense held the Leeman which allowed for the Streaks drive that was stopped in the redzone. The Streaks kicked a field goal to make the game 52-28. Lee responded with a rushing touchdown to make the game 52-35. The Streaks drove downfield to set up for another rushing touchdown for Morris and two point conversion to make the game 58-35. Lee scored one last time with a rushing touchdown to end the game with a 58-42 score.

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