Grace Defeats Webb School, 27-12, As Knecht Scores Four Times

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Grace Baptist Academy scored early and then held on for a 27-12 win over the Webb School Friday night on the road as Cooper Knecht ran for all four of the Golden Eagle scores.

Knecht scored on runs of three, 15, nine and 15 yards.

Leading 13-6 at the half, the Golden eagles posted 14 points in the third quarter and coasted to the win over the Spartans.

Grace outgained Webb by a margin of 351 yards to 215, with 341 of those yards coming on the ground.

Webb held the edge in passing yards, 167-10.

Scoring Summary

Grace                       7  6  14  0  – 27           

Webb School          0  6    6  0  – 12

First Quarter

G – Cooper Knecht 3 run (Tucker Gaby kick)

Second Quarter

G – Knecht 15 run (kick failed)

W– Shemar Fray 11 pass from Weston Coop (kick failed)

Third Quarter

W – Fray 61 pass from Coop (kick failed)

G – Knecht 9 run (Sean Holliman kick)

G – Knecht 15 run (Holliman kick)

Yardstick

                                GRACE      WEBB

First Downs                23               11

Rushing Yards          341              48              

Passing Yds                10            167

Comp-Att-Int            3-5-0          9-29-2

Plays-Total Yds       51-351        51-215

Fumbles lost                3                1    

Punts-Avg                 3-27             2-47

Penalties-Yds            4-35             6-40

INDIVIDUALS

RUSHING – Grace: Cooper Knecht 28-227; Joe Colbaugh 16-108; Tyler Parrott 1-13, mason Long 1-minus 1. Webb: Avant’e Harris 13-47; Shemar fray 1-17; Jordan Jenkins 1-11; Jameson Brown 1-7; Weston coop 5- minus 28.  

PASSING – Grace: Cooper Knecht 3-5-10; Webb: Weston Coop: 9-29-167-2.

RECEIVING – Grace: Will Lehman 1-7, TJ Walker 1-5, Tyler Parrott 1- minus 2; Webb: Shemar fray 3-97, Jordan Jenkins 3-49, Jameson brown 2-15, Amos Howard 1-6.

 

 

 


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