Sunday, August 03, 2008
EFL Post Game Press Coverage August 4th
Ice Storm earn third straight win
WATERTOWN, N.Y. -- Brad Ruderman tossed three touchdown passes to lead the Ice Storm to their third straight win -- a 28-14 triumph -- to start the Empire Football League season.
Mike Jabour caught two of the scoring throws: 15 and 36 yards. Jason Young rushed 10 times for 81 yards.
On defense. Chris Coppin and Aaron Pyer had eight tackles and Del Randall had two sacks.
The Ice Storm return home to
Ravens fell to Marauders: At
The Marauder scored 17 first-half points highlighted by a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Further details of this game were not available at press time.
Zephyrs fall in overtime, 15-12
The Amsterdam Zephyrs dropped to 0-2 in the Empire Football League after losing to the Quebec Titans on the road, Satur-day night, 15-12, in overtime.
Ken Schaefer connected with Cedrick Pearman on a 20-yard pass. The extra point failed and
With 8:12 remaining in the game, Schaefer connected with Pearman again from 18-yards out. The extra point failed and the contest went to overtime.
POSTED: August 3, 2008
Montreal opened the scoring with 10:54 left in the opening quarter before Amsterdam responded with a 20-yard pass from Ken Schaefer to Cedric Pearman to make the score 7-6.
The Titans registered a safety with 4:10 left in the first half to push their lead to 9-6.
The Zephyrs took their first lead of the night with 8:12 left in the game when Schaefer hit Pearman with an 18-yard scoring pass to make it 12-9.
Schaefer was 10-for-31 for 128 yards through the air. He also gained 30 yards on four attempts on the ground.
Ralph Nicosia had 10 solo tackles for
Alex McKinsey and Mishael Castrello both had a sack for the Zephyrs, who travel to
The Leader Herald
Published August 02, 2008 11:45 pm -
North Stars win fourth
By NICK ST. DENIS
OTTAWA -- The Plattsburgh North Stars traveled to
However, depth continues to be one of the team's most important characteristics, as
Despite not having his top three options in Matt St. Clair, Kelly Gordon, and Brandon Keleher running routes Saturday night, quarterback Kellen Nolan threw three touchdowns and no interceptions.
Passes to newly added receiver Chris Verkey, Jordon Keleher, and Trevor St. Clair accounted for over half of
All-purpose back Heath Geiser returned to the line-up Saturday night, and Stars' Head Coach Pat Keleher couldn't have been more pleased.
"Geiser ran the ball well and caught some big catches," Keleher said. "He had a big game."
"They tried to pound Harkes at us," Keleher said. "They didn't really move the ball against us with any consistency."
Keleher said mistakes and penalties by the Stars set up the Deacon Demons for their only scores.
"In the first half, we played well at times and we played terrible at times," he said. "We really gave them their two scores. Their touchdown runs were their two biggest runs of night."
"In the second half we played flawlessly," Keleher said. "I don't remember them crossing midfield in second half."
Two 80-plus yard drives in the second half, which both ended in touchdowns, took the wind out of
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