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2A State Title Woodlan vs Southridge

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This will be the battle royal, Farmers vs Rolling hills country folk!

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Woodlan takes just over a minute to score.  SR pass defense does not appear to be up to the challenge so far.  Both passes WR was 5+ yds behind the DB.  SR was fortunate first pass was poorly thrown.

SR goes 3 and out.  Woodlan seems unfazed by Wing- T.

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SR gets the stop they needed on 4th & 2.  Now offense needs to step up.  Still early but Woodlan seems to be able to move the ball and SR can ill afford to get down 2 scores to a team that can score quickly.  SR offense having some un-characteristic miscues.

SR gets the TD after some mis-direction on pass play and inside double-reverse on 3 & 7.  Woodlan D line giving SR all they can handle at this pt.  

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Some observations after 1 qtr:  Woodlan is faster on offense than SR is on defense. 

Neither line is dominating the other but Woodlan's ability to pass gives them the edge in this regard. 

Woodlan QB does not throw a pretty pass but WR's go get the ball the ball well & and SR DB's giving too much space.

SR starting to get some pressure with blitz packages.

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HUGE turnover by Raiders on own 20 yd line....but SR comes up with much-needed stop to force FG attempt.

Woodlan kicking issues continue as FG attempt from 28 yds goes low & wide right.  

 

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2nd TO from SR kills drive at the 16 yd line.  Plenty of time for Woodlan to score with 2:40 until halftime

SR DB's are simply not up to the challenge as once again WR gets behind them deep as Woodlan goes over the top for big gain.

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I'm really impressed by Woodlan... Aggressive play calling coming in as an underdog. Southridge needs to stop Woodlan's deep passes and get it's offense going.

 

Woodlan just needs to stop making mistakes.

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SR Defense starting to show their abilities by getting pressure on Woodlan.  SR D once again bails out the un-even offense with  stop just before half.

Excellent first half from two very evenly matched teams.  Defenses are winning so far...

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1 minute ago, Peter Simon Veeder said:

Score?

7-7. Woodlan in red zone twice and no score and Southridge in red zone once with no score.  (I think).

Halftime

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Just now, navy80 said:

7-7. Woodlan in red zone twice and no score and Southridge in red zone once with no score.  (I think).

Halftime

Thanks . I’m playing errand boy today and can’t find it on the radio 

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Raider defense keeping them in this game.  Would sure like to have seen the ridge punch that in instead of the forced fumble..

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I don't know how many of you are watching on Directv, but the banner and the guide description both say: Southrige vs. Woolan. Kinda funny, the "d" is missing from both team names. It sure isn't missing in the actual game!

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3rd TO by SR already.  Really bad decision & throw by Harter there.

SR Defense will once again need to bail out the offense.

Just now, Gonzoron said:

I don't know how many of you are watching on Directv, but the banner and the guide description both say: Southrige vs. Woolan. Kinda funny, the "d" is missing from both team names. It sure isn't missing in the actual game!

Gotta cut corners to save $ somehow.  Besides, all the "D" is on the field in this one...

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on 4th & 7 inside the 20,  BEST PLAY OF THE GAME BY an SR DB as #11 comes up with big knock down to save Offense again.  Nice play young man.

Woodlan D line is not fooled at all with SR offense.  Getting good penetration too causing all sorts of issues in SR backfield.

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1 minute ago, panther10 said:

Score update?

Still 7-7. Game is a little sloppy. 

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SR o-line not making any holes and Woodlan D getting good push into SR backfield .

Woodlan with a gutsy 4 &1 call inside their own 40...bootleg around Lf end gets 30 yds to SR 30 yd line

Woodlan driving on tired SR defense who has been on the field a long time...

3rd qtr comes to a close with Woodlan with a 3rd & long on SR 17 yd line

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I don't really care much for Woodlan play calling in the red zone. Gotta try something different to get past the front 7 of Southridge. Slant across the middle????

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SR QB, Harter, looks to be injured somewhat...commentators noting that he is continually working his throwing shoulder as if it is tight.

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Big call here on 4th and 6. Offense is at a premium for Woodlan. 

 

TOUCHDOWN!!!

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Goo

1 minute ago, Gonzoron said:

I don't really care much for Woodlan play calling in the red zone. Gotta try something different to get past the front 7 of Southridge. Slant across the middle????

Good call Gonzo,,, WR slant.  DB doesn't close and WR walks into endzone. 

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