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Lutheran West tops Clearview in HS GOTW

Posted Oct 25, 2013

The Lutheran West Longhorns topped the Clearview Clippers, 18-14, in the Cleveland Browns' High School Game of the Week, Presented by PNC Bank.

Week Nine of the Cleveland Browns’ High School Game of the Week, presented PNC Bank Postgame Notes

Lutheran West

(5-4)

 

 

10/25/2013

7 p.m.

Clearview

(4-5)

 

 

Final

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

Lutheran West

6

0

12

0

18

Clearview

6

8

0

0

14

 

1st Quarter

LW- Warnkin 4-yd. pass from Kunze (PAT-no good)

C- Williams 15-yd. pass from Engle (2pt conversion-no good)

2nd Quarter

C- Pearson 10-yd. pass from Engle (2pt conversion)

3rd Quarter

LW- Geye 52-yd. pass from Kunze (2pt conversion-no good)

LW- O’Hara 5-yd. run (2pt conversion-no good)

4th Quarter

 

After tonight’s win, Lutheran West moved to 5-4, while the loss dropped Clearview to 4-5 on the season.

Coach of the Week: Dave Stupka

MVP of Game: Nick Knudsen, Lutheran West defensive back

Big Plays of the Night:

1. Knudsen had an interception in the third quarter, which helped set up Aaron Geye for a 52 yard touchdown reception from Greg Kunze.  

2. Later, in the fourth quarter, Knudsen intercepted the ball on Clearview’s 10 yard line to seal the game.

Key Stats (by player):

Home Team Stats- Clearview

1. Quarterback Roger Engle-29 of 49 for 266 yards passing with two touchdowns and three interceptions

2. Wide receiver Gerrell Williams-Seven receptions for 88 yards and one touchdown

3. Wide receiver Alex Pearson-Nine receptions for 75 yards and one touchdown

4. Wide receiver Lance Billings-Nine receptions for 76 yards

Away Team Stats- Lutheran West

1. Knudsen-Six tackles, two interceptions, and one fumble recovery

2. Kunze-Five of 18 for 96 yards passing with two touchdowns; 12 carries for 26 yards

3. Wide receiver Andrew O’Hara- 17 carries for 62 yards and one touchdown; One reception for 20 yards

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