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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Page 9 ose one The game seemed to be a game of changing momentum and fumbles By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune FULDA -- Last week the Charger football team traw eled to Fulda hoping to upset the Raiders homecoming and getting a game in the win column. The Chargers had over 20 plays in the quarter com- pared to just a dozen for the Raiders. Despite the dispari- ty in plays the Raiders were able to score a touchdown on an eight play drive. Meanwhile the Chargers had the ball three times but only got into Raider territory at the end of the quarter. To open the second quar- ter the Chargers were forced to punt right away. Then the Raiders marched down the field and scored on a 65 yard drive. After a missed extra point attempt the Raiders upped their lead to 12-0. On the next series the Chargers marched down the field on a nine play drive with Kyle Kuehl scoring on a 4 yard run. Anthony Ross then threw a strike to Andrew Quade for the two point con- version making the score 12-8. The Charger defense held the Raiders at bay for the remainder of the half. In the second half the WWG Charger Andrew Quade picked off a good chunk of real estate on this run at Fulda. The Chargers gang tackled this Raider runner at Fulda last Friday evening. Chargers came out with authority, scoring on a 10 play drive with Kuehl and Quade picking up the bulk of the yardage. Anthony Ross capped the drive calling his own number taking it in from five yards out. Ross then completed the two point conversion to Jake Kleven. The score put the Chargers ahead 16-12. After kicking off to the Raiders, 3 plays later Kuehl recovered a fumble inside the Raiders 20, six plays later Anthony Ross scored on a three yard keeper followed by a two point conversion from Quade to Nathan Ross, upping the Chargers lead to 24-12. After that the wheels came off of the Chargers' bus. After holding the Raiders the Chargers took over on downs inside the Raiders 40. Then a series of extra point; Matt Deprez had 2 catches for 29 yards; Nathan Ross had 2 catches for 23 yards and an extra point; Kuehl had 3 catches for 14 yards. Rushing: Quade had 112 yards on 22 carries; Kuehl had 37 yards on 11 carries and one touchdown; Anthony Ross had 2 touchdown runs. Punting: Jake Kleven had four punts for 138 yards. Punt returns: Quade had one for 8 yards. Kickoff returns: Quade had 2 returns for 31 yards; Jack Jorgenson had 1 return for 18 yards. Defense: Quade had one intercep- tion; N Ross, Tommy Lee, and Kuehl each had a fumble recovery. Tackles were not listed. This week the Chargers will be at home to face GHECT for homecoming. fumbles changed the tone of catches for 52 yards and an the game. First the Chargers lost the ball on a fumble two plays later. The Raiders turned the ball back to the Chargers after two plays. Then on the next play the Chargers fumbled again and a Raider picked it up and ran 64 yards to set up a score two plays later, with a two point conversion the Raiders cut the lead to 24-20. Starting the fourth quarter the Raiders added another touchdown and a two point conversion to go ahead 28-24. After that the Chargers were unable to get back on track, having three more possessions, but only pene- trated Raider territory once before the end of the game. Offense: WWG Charger Yeng Xiong made a Passing: Ross completed shoestring tackle on a Fulda runner 10 of 23 for 118 yards, last Friday night at Fulda. Receiving: Quade had 5 Weekly leaders Keith Kottke32 Micara Baker 30 Greg Hansen 31 Greg Carlson 30 Josh Kottke 31 Jacob Jenniges 30 Leo Theisen 31 Matt Knakmuhs 30 Congratulations, Josh Kottke was our winner this week with 16 right. Well it seems the high school games gave a lot of you problems this week, and there were some upsets in the college and pro ranks. The good news is that several of you are within striking distance. The Gophers were idle, so not much to talk about other than the four players that were sus- pended for allegedly getting in trouble with the law. The Vikings managed to eak out a win against the Packers Sunday night. Sam Bradford was a breath of fresh air, with the way he managed the game after only being in the system for a couple of weeks. Not only that, he seems to be a really nice guy. I like Teddy Bridgewater, another nice guy, but he may have a tough time getting his starting role back once he recovers from his knee surgery. Coach Zimmer is probably thinking what a good problem to have. But he would never tell you that! Please do not enlarge or reduce entry forms!I! RULES OF THE GAME To enter just check the winning team for each game on the official blank below and put down the scores for the "Special Game" only, listed at the bottom. You may bring: your entry to the Westbrook Sentinel office or Bubai Foods, before closing time on Friday afternoon or you may mail it to Sentinel Tribune, Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183, before the post office closes on Friday afternoon. Entries must have a Friday date stamped on the enve- lope by the Post Office. Because of our Monday deadline, entries mailed on time, but not delivered by the post office until Tuesday, will NOT be eligible for the weekly prizes, but will be included for the overall standings. All eligible entries will be judged by members of the newspaper staff and decisions of the judges is fmal. In case of ties, drawings will determine the winning place. Contest is open to everyone except employees of Sentine] Tribune, and their immediate families. Entries will receive one point for each correct game, including the Special Game which will also be used as a tie breaker. Total points will accumulate each week and the top point getters will be listed each week, along with the names ot the weekly winners. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier,(please DO NOT reduce or enlarge entries) but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms available in the Westbrook office. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM U I Serving our local customers Westbrook, MN 507-274-5555 Delivering daily to Westbrook Westbrook Auto. Wahlys' Wheels Duane's Body Shop 20th St . 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GIANTS O OAKLAND 0 TENNESSEE 0 IISAN FRANCISCO O SEATTLE O IILOS ANGELES O TAMPA BAY O Tie Breaker VIKINGS CAROLINA PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME