East Hamilton Rushes Past Tyner 37-6

Saturday, October 13, 2012

East Hamilton's Logan Jackson rushed for 208 yards on 29 carries Friday night as the Hurricanes blew threw Tyner 37-6.  Jackson scored on runs of 35, 3 and 6 yards. 

East Hamilton finished with 317 rushing yards and held the stingy Rams to 83 yards.  Tyner passed for 109 but threw three interceptions. 

The Hurricanes improve to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in the district.

 

Scores by quarter

East Hamilton     10    7    7    13 - 37

Tyner    0    0    6    0     -     6

 

Scoring Summary: Plays Yards TOP Score
1  00:01  EHHS CAMRON CARTER 29 yard Field Goal attempt GOOD, clock 00:01  8 49 11:59  0 - 3
1  00:01  EHHS LOGAN JACKSON Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:01 35 yds PAT Kick by CAMRON CARTER GOOD. 1 35 11:59  0 - 10
2  00:01  EHHS HUNTER MOORE Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:01 1 yds PAT Kick by CAMRON CARTER GOOD. 6 26 11:59  0 - 17
3  00:01  TYN Joseph Sturkey Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:00 4 yds PAT Kick by Kevin Cortez blocked by HARRISON WARREN downed for 0 yards 12 80 11:59  6 - 17
3  00:00  EHHS LOGAN JACKSON Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:00 3 yds PAT Kick by CAMRON CARTER GOOD. 9 58 00:01  6 - 24
4  00:01  EHHS LOGAN JACKSON Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:01 6 yds PAT Kick by CAMRON CARTER GOOD. 7 73 11:59  6 - 31
4  00:01  EHHS MATT MELITTA Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:01 67 yds PAT Kick by CAMRON CARTER NO Good 3 66 11:59  6 - 37

TEAM TYN EHHS 
                                 (VISITOR) (HOME)
Score                             6                 37
First Downs                    15                16
Rushes / Yards (Net)     29 / 83     39 / 317
Passing Yards (Net)     109                 21
Passes -- Att / Comp / Int 26/12/3     9/2/0
Total Offensive Yards    192             338
Fumbles / Lost             1 / 0         1 / 0
Penalties / Yards            9 / 60     13 / 107
Possession Time            12:04         71:57


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