Mark Morris Beats Hockinson… Again, This Time 28-10

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 9, 2010

Mark Morris defeated Hockinson for the second time in 3 weeks Friday 28-10.

Hockinson led 10-7 at the half thanks to a 32 yard touchdown pass from Jess Krahn to Conner Perry and a 32 yard field goal from Shemelle Battan.

The second half however belonged to the visiting Monarchs. Three different Mark Morris players scored in the second half. Dalton Thacker ran a pick back 6 yards for a score, Dan Feeney had a 3 yard rushing score, and Zack Tackwell caught a 52 yard pass from Jeremy Wolf, who had himself a 5 yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter.

With the win Mark Morris improves to 4-2 on the season and 2-0 in league play. The Monarchs will travel to W.F. West (5-1) next Friday 7:00 p.m. Hockinson falls to 0-6 on the season and 0-1 in league play with the loss. The Hawks will host R.A. Long (5-1 2-0) next Friday at Nautilus Field 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Mark Morris Monarchs
0
7
14
7
28

Hockinson Hawks
0
10
0
0
10

Second quarter

MM — Jeremy Wolf 5 run (kick good)
H — Shemelle Battan 32 FG
H — Conner Perry 32 pass from Jess Krahn (Battan kick)

Third quarter

MM — Dalton Thacker 6 interception return (kick good)
MM — Dan Feeney 3 run (kick good)

Fourth quarter

MM — Zack Tackwell 52 pass from Wolf (kick good)

Leaders

Rushing — Hockinson — PJ Owenby 7-34.

Passing — Hockinson — Krahn 10-30-1-141.

Receiving — Hockinson — Perry 3-56; Bo Sparks 3-38, Torey Dunn 2-36.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Mark Morris Beats Hockinson… Again, This Time 28-10”

  1. 2A on October 11th, 2010 2:32 pm

    Hockinson is looking better then they were a couple weeks ago. The defense is starting to get a taste of hitting hard and they’re limiting big plays. Holding MM to 28 instead of 40+ shows major improvement. They started some 2nd string players due to injuries and were able to make MM drive the ball down the field. If they play like this against RAL and get their offense rolling they can definitely put up a fight

  2. Papi Grande on October 12th, 2010 9:15 pm

    Any chance it could be that it was a non-league game? Although they are probably improving a lot with the amount of young guns on the field.

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