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Re: Football: Bowdoin loses on a last-minute touchdown

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Football: Husson Dismantles Castleton, 43-21

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Re: Football: Husson Dismantles Castleton, 43-21

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 16, 2016 9:19 am

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Re: Football: Late Touchdown Lifts Hamilton Over Bowdoin

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 16, 2016 9:24 am

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Re: Football: Husson Dismantles Castleton, 43-21

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 16, 2016 10:46 am

AMHERST FOOTBALL BLANKS COLBY

AMHERST, Mass. -- After losing for the first time since 2013 last week, the Amherst College football team was ready Saturday and earned a 41-0 victory over Colby College in NESCAC play.

The Mules drop to 1-3 overall and will play host to Hamilton College next Saturday at noon. The Continentals took a 26-25 home win over Bowdoin College on Saturday. Amherst, the three-time defending NESCAC champions, move to 3-1 overall.

While the Mules rushed for 25 yards, the total is the best any team has managed against Amherst this season. The Purple & White were allowing 0.7 rushing yards per game in the first three contests.

Colby's Chris George rushed five times for 24 yards (4.8 per rush), Dan Roache had four carries for 23 yards (5.8), and Jabari Hurdle-Price had seven carries for 22 yards.

Amherst went ahead 14-0 in the first quarter, but Colby's defense did have two defensive gems. The Mules stopped the Purple & White on a 4th-and-1 at Colby's 21-yard line with the game still scoreless. Colby also recovered a fumble at the 50-yard line later in the quarter.

Bo Berluti scored on a 8-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Nick Morales with 8:05 left in the opening quarter. After forcing a Mule punt, Berluti caught a 69-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the drive with 6:36 to go.

Colby's defense only allowed two field goals in the second quarter. Amherst had the ball inside the Mule 1-yard line, but Colby stopped a run on third down to force the first field goal by John Rak. The Mules forced Amherst to settle for a 19-yard field goal with just seven seconds to halftime.

Morales threw his third touchdown of the game and Jack Hickey scored on an 11-yard run in the third quarter for a 34-0 margin. Sam Amaka had a 38-yard run for a score in the final 15 minutes.

Don Vivian had a game-high 10 tackles for the Mules. Justin Lamere had seven stops, while Jack Colleran and Ian Dickey both made six tackles.
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Re: Football: Husson Dismantles Castleton, 43-21

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Oct 18, 2016 5:32 am

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Re: Football: GAME NOTES: Maine Maritime Academy at Curry Co

Postby DickPhillips » Thu Oct 20, 2016 6:49 am

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Re: Football: GAME NOTES-Maine Maritime Academy at Curry Col

Postby MBRer » Fri Oct 21, 2016 4:48 am

NOTEBOOK: Colby football team looking for improvement in second half

Mules last in conference in total offense and defense.

The New England Small College Athletic Conference football season is half complete, and the first month was a rough one for Colby. The Mules are 1-3, with lopsided losses in each of their last three games. Colby is next to last in total offense and total defense in the conference. There’s plenty to improve on, coach Jonathan Michaeles said, but there’s been some positives he thinks the Mules can use as building blocks for the second half of the season.

“One thing these guys have done, they haven’t lost their focus. There’s been no finger pointing, no attempt to allocate blame. Only accountability,” Michaeles said. “That’s one thing we can use to fuel the second half.”

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Re: Football: Bowdoin Hosts Trinity For Family Weekend Showd

Postby MBRer » Fri Oct 21, 2016 5:35 am

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Re: Football: Bowdoin Hosts Trinity For Family Weekend Showd

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:08 am

COLBY FOOTBALL HEADS INTO AN IMPORTANT WEEKEND

WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College football team and Hamilton College will exit Saturday's game with one team at 2-3 overall and the other at 1-4. Both teams will be hungry for the 2-3 record heading into the final three games of the season.

After a season-opening win at Williams College, the Mules have fallen to three teams with a combined 10-2 record this season. Three of the final four games (Hamilton, Bates, Bowdoin) are against teams with a combined 2-10 record.

The Mules have an eight-game winning streak over Hamilton dating back to the 2008 season. The Continentals' last victory over Colby was a 20-0 home win in 2007.

The Mules held on for a 24-19 victory at Hamilton last year. Colby had leads of 17-0 and 24-7 before the Continentals fought back. Mule running back Jabari Hurdle-Price ran for 103 yards and had 28 receiving yards. Meanwhile, Hamilton wide receiver Charles Ensley had six catches for 153 yards and one touchdown.

Hurdle-Price, a co-captain with Henry Wallrapp, ranks third in the New England Small College Athletic Conference in all-purpose yards (135.5) and is ninth in rushing (51.8).

Christian Sparacio has thrown for 324 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while first-year Jack O'Brien has 145 yards passing.

Sebastian Ferrell leads the Mules in receiving yards (148) on nine catches. He has caught both of Sparacio's touchdown passes. Ryder Arsenault also has nine catches for 78 yards, Alex Kramer has eight grabs, and tight end Braden Wilson averages 18.3 yards on his three catches this season.

Colby kicker/punter John Baron ranks second in the league in punts inside the 20-yard line (8), third in punts for fair catches (10), and third for longest punt (63) of the season.

Sebastien Philemon and Don Vivian are tied for the team lead in total tackles (29). Ian Dickey is third in total tackles (25) and is in a tie for the NESCAC lead in interceptions (2). Sam Friedman has 22 tackles, Bryan McAdams has 19 tackles and two sacks, and Will Caffey and Craig Strand both have 17 tackles.

Turnovers could play a part in the game. The Continentals have lost 10 turnovers and have caused just two in four games to rank last in turnover margin (minus-8). Colby is ninth in the conference with eight gained and 10 lost.

Ensley ranks third in the conference in receiving yards per game (85.2) and is averaging 17.9 yards per catch on his 19 receptions for Hamilton. Alec Waugh has 13 catches for 192 yards, while Joe Schmidt has 125 yards on 12 grabs.

Sophomore quarterback Kenny Gray was the NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 303 yards and rushing for the game-winning touchdown with 34 seconds remaining in a 26-25 win over Bowdoin College last Saturday. Cole Freeman has played the majority of the snaps at quarterback and has 547 yards and three touchdown passes.

While the Continentals are fifth in the NESCAC in passing offense (214.5), Hamilton is ninth in rushing offense (58.8). The Continentals are averaging just 2.1 yards per carry. Marcus Gutierrez leads the team with 47 rushes for 133 yards. Kory Fogarty has 14 carries for 61 yards.

The Continentals have had three players attempt field goals and extra points this season. Robert Morris has been successful with two made field goals and one extra point. Punter Billy Wagner is averaging about 35 yards per kick, but he has a league-high three punts blocked.

Hamilton linebacker Mickey Keating is fifth in the conference in tackles per game (10.2) with 41 stops. Tyler Hudson is a threat with five tackles for loss, including three sacks. Cole Burchill has 32 tackles, while Brent Lobien has 29 tackles and a pair of sacks.

Hamilton had 26 first downs and 484 yards of total offense in the win against Bowdoin. The Polar Bears had only eight first downs and 182 yards, but Bowdoin had a defensive touchdown and took advantage of some good field position to stay in the game.

In other games Saturday: Trinity visits Bowdoin at 12:30 p.m.; Bates heads to Middlebury for a 1 p.m. game; Amherst is at Wesleyan for a 1 p.m. start; and Williams goes to Tufts for a 1:30 p.m. game.
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