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Warriors down Unionville in crossover game

Written by: on Friday, September 26th, 2014. Follow Paul Sarpen on Twitter.


paulweek52014Warriors down Unionville in crossover game.

In the second crossover game played between Ches-Mont National and American divisions, chalk up another win for the National side as the Warriors from B. Reed Henderson, downed the Unionville Indians 30-12.

This game was much closer than the score indicated as it was 14-12 at half, and 16-12 after three. Henderson’s opportunistic defense created opportunities, and their option based offense ground out another dominant second half performance.

The stories in the first half were the do it all play of Unionville QB and kicker Alex Pechin, and Henderson’s big plays.

On Henderson’s second possession, Tre Green got loose on a 49 yard run for a short lived 7-0 lead. The Indians cut the lead to 7-6, as Pechin led drives of 35 and 38 yards- capping them off with field goals of 46 & 39 yards respectively. The 46 yarder is the third made field goal of 45+ yards that Pechin has made this year, his longest is 50.

The one point deficit Unionville was in, expanded to eight at 14-6, when Nick Dinacci scampered 63 yards for another score. From there, Unionville was able to run off the clock and get points on Hoffmann-Reardon’s 7 yard run, that capped off a 10 play drive.

Once the second half began, the Warrior defense clamped down, and special teams took over. An errant shotgun snap went through the end zone, to double Henderson’s lead to 16-12. Another bad snap led to a 55 yard drive, that was capped off by Tre Green’s 6 yard run. Following a great punt return, Green got his third score on the night.

Although only going 4-9 in the air, Dinacci ran for 100 yards on 15 carries, and Green had 14 totes for 125 yards and 3 scores. The Warriors ran for 247 yards.

Tre Green stated post game that “our offense does a lot of precision plays in practice, as precision and repetition are keys to the option.”

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