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Football - Boys Varsity
|Date:||October 18, 2013|
The Berkshire Bears travelled down to Kent for a Friday night game, suffering a 35-8 loss at the hands of the Lions. The Bears were able to move the ball in the first half but drives were hampered due to penalties and 3 and outs. Berkshire controlled the ball for much of the second half, but Kent’s quick start served to be the difference in the game.
Kent got off to a strong start scoring on their first three drives of the game. The Lions defense was able to force three and outs on Berkshire’s first four drives of the game. Kent scored through the air once more to put them up 28-0. Before the half the Bears began to get their offense on track. Peter Dunn (’15) connected on passes with Will Fortenbaugh (’14) and Brendan Moloy (’15) to move the ball in the air while the ground game between Joe McBride (’14) and Lavante Wiggins (’14) chipped away at the Lions defense. The drive was halted by an interception to end the half.
The Bears dominated the second half up front behind the line of TJ Adams (‘14), Ben Akim (‘14), Kevin Crabtree (‘17), Brendan Moloy (‘15), Jay Allen (‘15) and Grayson Keith (’15). Berkshire possessed the ball for the majority of the second half punching in a touchdown on a run by Wiggins.
The Bears will be at home this weekend (10/26) versus Trinity Pawling.