Coudersport downs Kane
Photo byÂ Keith Reigel â€“ As Kane linemen Andrew O'Rourke - 74, Hunter Jackovitz - 66 and Gunnar Emberg - 89 await the snap from Loren Kumher - 52 to quarterback Sean Jordan - 3, tackle Josh Kibbie - 55 lines up in the backfield to lead the way for the offense. The Wolves would come up short as they lost a hard fought 25-7 battle with a fired up Coudersport squad.
COUDERSPORT â€“ The Kane Wolves took to the road Friday to take on a good Coudersport Falcon squad coming off a 35-point win last week against Johnsonburg.
With threat of a storm around the area their was a little concern that the game would even be able to be played. But the skies stayed clear and made for a great night for football. The Wolves and Falcons wouldn't let anyone down as the crowd was treated to a good game.
The young Kane team would stand nose to nose with a tough Coudersport unit. Both teams had a tough time finding any offense the first quarter. The defenses would dictate the play as both teams were held scoreless in the first quarter.
The second quarter would prove to be a little different story. Both teams started to make big plays. Coudy would make the first as they recovered a fumble. Then with 7:39 on the clock the Falcons would find the end zone. The extra point was good. The Wolves would not lose focus as they mounted their own drive and on a nice pass from Sean Jordan to Sean Rolick they would move to within a extra point from making the score even. Rolick would then make the extra point and the score would remain tied at 7-7 as both teams were unable to mount any offense the rest of the first half.
The second half Coudersport would receive the kickoff as they deferred in the first half. Their ground game started picking up first downs and they held the ball for 7:30 and moved the ball 70 yards that would culminate in another touchdown. The Falcons 2-point conversion was no good. Rolick would make another nice kickoff return but the offense was unable to move the ball and the falcon defense would come up big again as Jordan was intercepted. Two plays later Coudersport had another big run of 49 yards and a score. Coudersport would try another 2-point conversion but would come up short again.Â
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