Shelbyville Daily Union

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October 11, 2013

The perfect season

(Continued)

Sangamon Valley won 35- 0

Clinton won 52- 0

Warrenburg Lathem won 41- 0

St. Teresa won 41- 0

Maroa Forsyth won 52-21

LSA won 1- 0 (Forfeit)

Point Totals 531-55

OFFENSIVE STATS

Rushing: Pullen 34 for 638 (14 TD’s); Gottfriedt 21 for 374 (8 TD’s); Cameron 9 for 136 (2 TD’s); Messado 26 for 136; Martz 10 for 135 (TD); Spears 5 for 126 (TD); Helton 17 for 104; Firnhaber 4 for 56; Blesky 5 for 29; Johnston 6 for 23; Bly 1 for 13 (TD); Peterson 1 for 11 (TD); Brayden Vice 2 for 9; M. Wasson 3 for 6; Houska 4 for 2; Braxton Vice 1 for 1

T. Wasson 2 for 0; Rushing Totals 151 for 1801 (29 TD’s)

Receiving: Gottfriedt 22 for 659 (10 TD’s); Spears 8 for 277 (3 TD’s); Cameron 16 for 247 (8 TD’s); Firnhaber 7 for 213 (3 TD’s); Watson 11 for 186 (6 TD’s); Martz 8 for 183 (5 TD’s)

Pullen 4 for 101 (2 TD’s); Houska 5 for 60; Brx Vice 2 for 50 (TD); Messado 2 for 33 (TD)

Helton 3 for 28 (TD); Peterson 1 for 28 (TD); Johnston 1 for 26; Receiving Totals 90 for 2091 (41 TD’s)

Passing: Pullen 75 for 103/ 1,864 yrds (35 TD’s) (1 INT); Messado 9 for 14/ 123 yrds (3 TD’s)

Martz 4 for 4/ 72 yrds (2 TD’s); T. Wasson 1 for 1/ 25 yrds (TD); Blesky 1 for 3/ 7 yrds

Total Passing: 90 for 125/ 2,091 yrds (41 TD’s) (1 INT)

TOTAL OFFENSE: 3,892 yrds (70 TD’s)

DEFENSIVE STATS

Tackles: Peterson 129/31 for Loss; Skowronski 111/22 for Loss

Gottfriedt 108/33 for Loss; Pullen 89/13 for Loss; Hoene 62/16 for Loss; Austin 47/ 3 for Loss; Fisher 36/ 2 for Loss; Firnhaber 33/ 1 for Loss; Young 32/ 2 for Loss; Helton 27/ 1 for Loss

Watson 22; Houska 16; Cameron 13; Martz 11; Spears 11; Reynolds 10/ 1 for Loss; Messado 7; Bly 6; Brayden Vice 5; Braxton Vice 5; Blesky 5; M. Wasson 2; T. Wasson 2; Logsdon 2; Rodman 2; Johnston 1

Interceptions: Cameron 3 (TD); Gottfriedt 2 (TD); Watson 1 (TD); M. Wasson 1 (TD); Fisher 1 (TD)

Fumbles: Skowronksi 1; Gottfriedt 1 (TD); Hoene 1 (TD); Young 1; Pullen 1; Peterson 1 (TD)

OPPONENTS

Offensive Stats for the Year: Rushing 271 carries for 150 yrds (4 TD’s) 12.5 yrds per game/ .56 yrds per carry; Passing 22 catches for 161 yrds (1 TD) 13.4 yrds per game/ 7.3 yrds per catch; Totals 363 yrds of offense (5 TD’s)

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