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Sunday, September 28, 2014

The Clarke County Sports Game of the Week

BERRYVILLE, Va. (9/28/24- The Clarke County Eagles (4-0) moved to 1-0 in the Bull Run District with their 30-14 victory over their biggest rival, the Strasburg Rams (1-3). Sean McDonald ran for one touchdown and passed for three in the win. McDonald along with senior Vince Zdouba along with head coach Chris Parker speak with Moe Murphy after the game.

Video highlights produced by Moe Murphy and Shenandoah Tele-Productions.

Clarke County Sports Game of the Week September 20, 2014 Shenandoah vs. Ferrum

WINCHESTER,VA- The Shenandoah Hornets defeated the Ferrum Panthers last Saturday night 45-20 at Shentel Stadium. The Clarke County Sports Game of the Week captures all the scores as well as some defensive gems. The Big City Slo-Mo Cam adds an extra view of the game.





Saturday, September 27, 2014

Dave Butz Set for Sept. 27 NFF Hall of Fame On-Campus Salute



IRVING, Texas  (Sept. 25, 2014) – Purdue and The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today that they will jointly honor Dave Butz with an NFF Hall of Fame On-Campus Salute Sept. 27 in West Lafayette during the game between Purdue and Iowa. Coverage of the game will start at Noon ET on the Big Ten Network.

“This is indeed a great honor,” Butz said in a Purdue release after the announcement in May. “There are a lot of great ball players in the College Football Hall of Fame, and I am very pleased to be a part of it. I had an outstanding group of teammates at Purdue, and I'm very happy to represent them and the university.”

Dave Butz   Purdue Hall of Fame, College Football HOF
The NFF Hall of Fame On-Campus Salute program is a hallowed tradition that began with the inaugural class in 1951, and to this day the salutes remain the first of numerous activities in each inductee’s Hall of Fame experience. During the NFF Hall of Fame On-Campus Salutes, each inductee returns to his alma mater to accept a Hall of Fame plaque that will remain on permanent display at the institution. The events take place on the field during a home game, and many inductees cite the experience as the ultimate capstone to their careers, providing them one more chance to take the field and hear the crowd roar their name.

A member of Purdue’s All-Time Team, defensive stalwart Butz earned First Team All-America honors during his Hall of Fame career as a Boilermaker from 1970-72.

“Dave Butz was a force to be reckoned with on the football field,” said NFF President and CEO
Steve Hatchell. “His size and athletic ability allowed him to terrorize offensive linemen during his Boilermaker career. We are thrilled to honor him in front of the Purdue faithful at Ross-Ade Stadium.”

Q's Hornet Buzz


September 26, 2014

WINCHESTER, Va. – Sophomore Qlyl Middelijn is in his first year of blogging about the football team. This week, in his fourth edition of the "Huddle Buzz", Q recaps a big victory
#18 Qlyl Middelijn
this past Saturday night.

Shutting out Ferrum 45-20 is a massive confidence boost for the team. We battled long and hard for 60 minutes last Saturday night against a tough opponent. The game didn't come down to what Ferrum did or how the referees officiated the game, it came down to what we needed to do to win.
We prepared physically and mentally for the game. Sophomore Deshon Brown caught two touchdown passes and freshman Josh White was named ODAC defensive Player of the Week after snagging two interceptions.
The offense produced 552 yards with 420 on the ground. The last time SU Football produced this amount of offense was back in 2004 in the championship-clinching contest against Methodist.
The Hornets came out hungry and won at home.
This week is our bye week and our main focus as a team has been to take care of our bodies. Coach Yoder emphasizes the importance of maintaining our health - he encourages us to visit the athletic trainers and get any and everything done to ensure we will be 100% for our rivalry game against Bridgewater next Saturday night.
Bridgewater will not be taken lightly, as we have an extra week of time to prepare for them. This is a break for us because BC had its bye last week and will only have one week to prepare for us.
This will be our first ODAC game and we encourage everyone to come out and show your support. This will be a tough battle but all battles are tough. We will come out victorious.
Go Hornets! 


 
 



Clarke County defeats Strasburg 30-14 at "the Felt"

BERRYVILLE, Va (9/26/14)- The Clarke County Eagles (4-0) defeated the Strasburg Rams (1-3) 30-14 to gain their first Bull Run District win of the Season. Sean McDonald passed for three touchdowns in the win. Seniors Vince Zduoba and Sean McDonald speak to Moe Murphy after the game along with Head Coach Chris Parker.


Check back at Clarke County Sports for more coverage of the game including video highlights.



Friday, September 26, 2014

Game Notes: Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants




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            FedEx Field         Landover, MD


September 25, 2014

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Game Notes: Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants




·         The Washington Redskins fell to the New York Giants, 45-14, in front of an announced crowd of 80,573 people at FedExField on Thursday. 
·         The Redskins played on a Thursday for the 15th time in team history and hosted a Thursday game for the first time since Dec. 6, 2007. 
·         Running back Alfred Morris gained 63 yards on 12 carries. With the performance, Morris passed Ladell Betts (3,176) for ninth-most rushing yardage in franchise history (3,204). 
·         In the third quarter, Morris scored his third rushing touchdown of the season on a 20-yard run. The rushing touchdown was the 23rd of Morris’ career, tying him with Cliff Battles for eighth in franchise history. 
·         Morris also added three receptions for 27 receiving yards, including a career-long 26-yard reception in the third quarter. Morris matched his previous career high in receptions (three) and receiving yards (27), set previously against the Giants on Dec. 1, 2013. 
·         Running back Roy Helu, Jr. led the Redskins in receptions (five) and receiving yards (78). It marked the first time a running back led the Redskins in receiving yards since Helu, Jr. did so in Week 17 of the 2011 season at Philadelphia.
·         Helu, Jr. recorded a 36-yard reception in the third quarter. Including a 55-yard reception at Philadelphia last week, Helu, Jr. recorded receptions of 30-plus yards in consecutive games for the first time in his career.
·         In the second quarter, quarterback Kirk Cousins connected with wide receiver Andre Roberts for an 18-yard touchdown pass.
·         The touchdown reception was the 12th of Roberts’ career and his first as a member of the Redskins. 
·         The touchdown pass was the 14th of Cousins’ career and his sixth of the season.
·         The Redskins’ touchdown drives covered 80 and 83 yards, respectively. The Redskins have six scoring drives of 80 yards or more in their last two games. 
·         Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan recorded his league-leading fifth sack of the season, dropping Giants quarterback Eli Manning for a five-yard loss in the second quarter. 
·         The sack moved Kerrigan past Bruce Smith (29.0) into eighth on the Redskins all-time sack list (29.5). 
·         Linebacker Keenan Robinson recorded his first career interception in the third quarter, picking off Manning in the end zone. 
·         Robinson also added a career-high 13 tackles. 
·         Tight end Niles Paul recorded three receptions for 60 yards before exiting the game with an injury. He became the first Redskins tight end to record at least 60 receiving yards in four consecutive games since Chris Cooley in Weeks 11-14 of the 2007 season. 
·         Punter Tress Way averaged a career-high 58.3 yards per punt on four punts, falling 1.1 yards shy of matching Pro Football Hall of Famer Sammy Baugh’s team record for punting average in a single game (59.4 at Detroit on Oct. 27, 1940). 
·         Way’s 58.3-yard punting average and 55.5-yard net punting average were both the most by an NFL punter this season.