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PREP FOOTBALL Goshen holds off Wawasee for first win of 2022

by Alexandra Reich
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SYRACUSE– Goshen held back a furious Wawasee rally for a 28-18 win Friday in Northern Lakes Meeting football on the lawn at Warrior Stadium.

The RedHawks (1-2, 1-0 NLC) bested the Warriors (0-3, 0-1 NLC) and lifted the traveling War-Hawk Prize.

” It’s outstanding for the work these men put in to find out here and also have a win,” Goshen trainer Tom Wogomon claimed. “We’ve obtained some job to do however Wawasee dealt with hard.

” There were times when they kept battling back. We gave them possibilities. The good thing is we had some resolve ultimately.”

After Wawasee cut the visitors’ lead to 3 points, Goshen responded with a 1-yard touchdown run by Quinn Bechtel as well as Andeyv Ramirez kick for a 28-18 lead with 2:55 left in the contest.

A 65-yard return on the kickoff by Hunter Tinkey took the Warriors to RedHawk 24, only to place the game away on a Wawasee fumble.

The Warriors obtained within 21-18 on a 28-yard run by Cameron Zimmerman and also 2-point run by Jaxon Brown at 11:27 of the 4th quarter.

Goshen took a 21-10 introduce the fourth quarter.

Wawasee cut the space to that score on an 81-yard run by Zimmerman as well as 2-point run by Tinkey at 3:33 of the 3rd quarter.

An interception as well as return by Elliot Frey came one play before a 42-yard TD pass from Bechtel to Noah Alford and boot by Ramirez to place Goshen up 21-2.

A sack by Donovan Blair and also Goshen fumble through completion zone resulted in a security and also drew Wawasee within 14-2 at 8:24 of the third quarter.

” I wish we might finish the game at fifty percent,” said Wogomon. “We appear each first half and also its been shutout football. That’s what we’ve done all three games.”

Goshen led 14-0 at halftime.

After a Wawasee punt, the RedHawks took place a 71-yard scoring drive.

The march featured a 20-yard pass from Bechtel to Frey as well as 11-yard aerial from Bechtel to Alford.

It was punctuated by a 17-yard TD pass from Bechtel to Alford and also 2-point conversion run by Bechtel at 1:35 of the 2nd quarter.

The fifty percent ended with the Warriors having the sphere deep in Goshen territory. A pass interference penalty gave Wawasee the sphere for an untimed down at the RedHawks 40, but Goshen safeguarded a deep Brown pass.

The RedHawks led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Right before the very first period ended, Warriors kicker Tim Screw missed on a 36-yard basket effort.

Goshen racked up the game’s first factors at 6:53 of the initial quarter– a 10-yard TD run by Drew Elliot. The extra-point effort was blocked.

Ball game came six plays after RedHawks linebacker Blake Wyman pounced on a Wawasee fumble at the Goshen 26.

Elliot (61 backyards) and Bechtel (23) were first-half hurrying leaders for Goshen. Bechtel completed 6-of-8 masquerade 95 yards, including four to Alford for 48 lawns.

For the night, Elliot competed 120 lawns and Bechtel 55. He masqueraded 140.

The Warriors baited the ground in the opening half by Brandon Kelly (39 backyards) and Tinkey (19 ). Brownish attached on 7-of-14 passes for 49 lawns in the very first half and also 11-of-16 for 78 for the game. Blair had three receptions for 40 lawns.

“We had way too many mistakes– way too many turn overs, way too many fines, too many huge plays on 3rd down,” stated Wawasee instructor Jon Reutebuch.

Goshen avoided its very first 0-3 beginning because 2014. The Warriors lost for the 7th straight video game going back to Week 6 of 2021.

For the game, Zimmerman rushed for 140 yards.

Next Friday, Mishawaka mosts likely to Goshen and also Wawasee check outs Plymouth.

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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