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Glenville falls short of title

Posted Dec 6, 2013

The Glenville Tarblooders lost, 41-23, to Cincinnati Loveland in the Division II State Championship Friday.

Division II State Final Glenville vs. Loveland

Glenville

(13-2)

23

 

12/6/2013

7:00 p.m.

Loveland

(15-0)

41

 

Final

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

Glenville

0

0

15

8

23

Loveland

7

27

7

0

41

 

1st Quarter

Loveland-Waddell 66-yard run (PAT is good)

2nd Quarter

Loveland-Heath 22-yard reception from Plitt (PAT is good)

Loveland-Gambill 5-yard run (PAT is good)

Loveland-Ngu 50-yard interception return (PAT is no good)

Loveland-Elfers 12-yard reception from Plitt (PAT is good)

3rd Quarter

Glenville-Anderson 2-yard run (PAT is good)

Loveland-Gambill 6-yard run (PAT is good)

Glenville-Robinson 7-yard run (2 point conversion)

4th Quarter

Glenville- Lattimore 47-yard catch from Robinson (2 point conversion)

Big Plays of the Night:

Loveland: Fumble recovery by Charlie Lawler led to Loveland’s first score of the game, a 66-yard touchdown run by Luke Waddell

Loveland: Scored 27 points in the second quarter off of four Glenville turnovers

Glenville: 38-yard run by Quan Robinson Jr. set up Marshon Lattimore’s 47-yard touchdown reception

Stats (by player):

Glenville

1. Robinson Jr. (QB) -10 of 28 for 203 passing yards; 18 carries for 59 yards; Two total touchdowns (one passing, one rushing)

2. Davon Anderson (RB) - 19 carries for 74 yards and one touchdown

3. Devine Redding (RB) - Eight carries for 76 yards; Three reception for 44 yards

4. Marcelys Jones (DT) - 4.5 tackles

5. Lattimore (WR) - Three receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown; 2.5 tackles

6. Erick Smith (WR) - Four receptions for 76 yards; 10.5 tackles

Loveland

1. Drew Plitt (QB) - Five for five passing for 66  yards and two touchdowns

2. Waddell (RB) - 19 carries for 175 yards and one rushing touchdown; Two receptions for 19 yards

3. Gunner Gambill (RB) - 24 carries for 115 yards and two rushing touchdowns

4. Darren Sackett (LB) - 8.5 tackles

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