September 22, 2014

Jags remain perfect

The Pioneer Ridge seventh grade varsity Jag football team ran its record to 4-0 with a convincing 42-6 win at Baldwin,  Sept. 18.
Pioneer went up 20-6 at halftime and  tacked on 22 second half points to seal the win. Scoring came from not only the offense but special teams and defensive play.
“We dominated from the opening kickoff,” said coach Jeff Davidson. We got three touchdowns from the offense and great play from the defense and special teams. It was our most consistent effort of the season as we played with purpose.”
The Jags were led by quarterback Jace Sprague, who accounted for 156 yards of total offense.  He ran for one touchdown and tossed another to Leon Gaeta. Sprague ran for 104 yards on the night.
Meanwhile, the defense was led by Luke Laskowski who had six tackles.  Tyler Henry had four tackles.
Pioneer returned home to host rival Paola Sept. 25 at Jaguar stadium. Results were not available at press time.

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