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SHS Football: Superior vs Centennial at CHS

 

September 3, 2020

Payton Christiancy (88), Jordan Brown (56), Clayton Morris (18) and Seth Schnakenberg (70) block for Elijah Hausinkvelt (33) as he looks for a hole in the Centennial defense line during Friday's game.

The Superior High School football team traveled to Utica Centennial last Friday night. They are coached by Paul Heusinkvelt, head coach, Ryan Renz and Seth Going, assistant coaches.

Centennial scored first on a one yard run and extra point kick in the first quarter. Neither team scored in the second quarter. In the third quarter, Dane Miller scored for Superior on a 53-yard run. Their two-point conversion attempt failed, so the quarter ended 6-7 in Centennial's favor. In the fourth quarter, Centennial scored on a 26-yard pass and extra point kick. The game ended with the score SHS-6, CHS-14.

Aiden Humphries (8) punts the ball for Superior Friday evening in football action with Centennial.

Stats: Dane Miller: completed 1 out of 7 passes for four yards, 150 yards rushing and one touchdown, three tackles, three assists and one interception; Clayton Morris: 32 yards rushing, three tackles, four assists; Elyah Heusinkvelt: 22 yards rushing, one tackle, three assists and two kickoff returns; Zeke Meyer: 14 yards rushing, four yards pass receiving, one kickoff return, one punt return, six tackles and one assist; James Love: four tackles and three assists. Seth Schnakenberg; four tackles and one assist; Jacob Meyer: two tackles and three assists. Jordan Brown: two tackles and five assists; Anders Webber: two assists; Aaron Allgood: kicked off twice for 54 yards; Aiden Humphries: punted once for 37 yards and two assist. Payton Chrisiancy earned the Superior Paint and Body Collision Player of the game with three tackles, three assists and one tackle for a loss; Matt Colgrove: two tackles continued on with ....; Ty Woerner Boller: two tackles and three assists and Ashton Grassmann: one assist.

Coach Heusinkvelt's summary of the game follows: "I thought the offensive line played well enough to win the game. We played very hard as a team and created opportunities to score. We just made too many minor mistakes that kept us out of the end game. Dane played a great game and made some key reads that opened up the offense. Defense played hard and did not break down, like in the past. I was very proud of the way they all fought and can't wait to see them perform at home this Friday.

 

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