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ACC dismantles Wilson 49-21

Written by: on Friday, November 20th, 2009. Follow Chad Breidinger on Twitter.


Allentown: Allentown Central Catholic Sophomores, QB Brendan Nosovitch and WR Kevin Gulyas were unstoppable tonight as the Viking’s created their own “Air Raid” in blowing out Colonial League champions Wilson (Easton) en route to the D11 3A championship.

This was the ACC’s first title since 2003. Wilson was the 3A champion last year.

Nosovitch amassed 371 total yards ( 285-yards passing and 86-yards rushing) while taking part in 6 of the 7 ACC TD’s (4 passing and 2 rushing). His main target tonight, Kevin Gulyas, had 6 receptions for 215-yards and 3TD’s.

Wilson and Maryland-bound QB Tyler Smith threw for 277-yards breaking the D11 single season (3,128) and career passing records (8,033) to go with 87 career TD’s. Ironically, he broke former Warrior QB DJ Lenehan’s records.

The end of the first quarter was 7-0 in favor of ACC with Nosovitch taking it in from the 7-yard line.

ACC would jump out to a 14-0 lead on another Nosovitch run from 6-yards out.

Wilson would finally get on the board in the 2nd quarter with a 22-yard TD pass from Smith to Kowan Scott cutting the lead to 14-7.

With seconds left in the 1st half, Nosovitch hit TE Shane McNeely for a 46-yard score. 21-7 at the half.

In the 2nd half ACC was looking to put the game away early and did so with an 80-yard TD strike to Gulyas on 3rd and 7 at their own 20-yard line. 28-7.

The rest of the second half both ACC and Wilson would trade touchdowns until the final gun sounded with ACC claiming gold in a 49-21 win.

ACC will play the winner of Abington Heights/Dallas at BASD next Friday at 7:00pm.

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  1. g says:

    here come the comets