Offense Nowhere to be Found, Badgers Lose to Lackawanna College 17-6

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first_imgDefensive Stats:LB Jeremiah Ieremia: 6 tacklesDB Bryce Hampton: 1 INT September 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Offense Nowhere to be Found, Badgers Lose to Lackawanna College 17-6 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Amid a shoddy offensive showing, Snow College suffered a disappointing 17-6 loss to Lackawanna (Pa.), 17-6.Badgers head coach Andrew Mitchell opted to go with redshirt freshman signal-caller Garrison Beech rather than usual starter, Braxton Kerr. On the Badgers’ second possession of the game, kicker Jose Pizano drilleed a 45-yard field goal for a 3-0 Snow lead.The Falcons’ pursuing drive was halted after defensive back Bujon Boyd broke up a pass on third down. The field goal attempt was fumbled and picked up by Badgers defensive back Alton Jones Jr. and returned to the Lackawanna 35-yard line. After going three-and-out, Snow relied on Pizano again, this time kicking a 44-yard field goal, extending the lead to 6-0.The Badgers’ defense stood strong, although Falcons quarterback Matt Cavallaro found a few of his receivers for big plays in the second quarter. Snow linebacker Owen Fa’amoe got to Cavallaro on third down forcing Lackawanna to settle with a field goal, cutting the lead in half 6-3.After exchanging drives, Snow College picked up a couple of first downs on the ground before Lackawanna defensive back DeJahn Warren intercepted Beech, squelching this possession.Starting at the 49-yard line, Beech handed the ball off to RB Shammah Luani for back-to-back first downs, earning their first trip of the game into the red zone. Lackawanna’s defense stood tall, forcing a fourth down. With 4.5 seconds left in the half and on the 1-yard line, Mitchell rolled the dice and kept the offense on the field. Beech, working from the option, took the ball himself but was brought down behind the line of scrimmage, sending both teams to the locker room with Snow leading 6-3 at the half.The second half was a completely different ballgame. Beech threw his second interception of the day, turning into the Falcons’ first touchdown of the game as Lackawanna took a 10-6 lead.The Badgers’ offensive output was their lowest since posting 6 points in a loss to Air Force Academy Preparatory in 1997.Up next for the Badgers is their Homecoming game in Ephraim Saturday September 21 against Iowa Centeral. This broadcast will be available on radio stations KMTI AM 650 and 95.1 FM, with live streaming available at Stats:QB Garrison Beech: 16/33 completions, 123 yards, 0 TD, 3 INTQB Garrison Beech: 19 carries, 81 yardsRB Shammah Luani: 10 carries, 59 yardsTE Jackson O’Hare: 4 receptions, 40 yardsK Jose Pizano: 2/3 FG, longest – 45-yards Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more