Football falls to Webber International to wrap up season

Football falls to Webber International to wrap up season

FINAL SCORE: Webber International 42, Apprentice School 3

RECORDS: Webber International 5-4, Apprentice School 2-7

LOCATION: Babson Park, Fla.

IN BRIEF: The Apprentice School concludes the 2015 season with a 42-3 loss on the road to Webber International (Fla.). Brenden O'Neil paced the Builder offense with 191 yards passing.

HOW THEY SCORED

  • Starting its first drive at its own 21-yard line, Webber International took over with 8:12 to play remaining in the open quarter. After picking up a new set of downs, the Warriors faced 3rd-and-2 on their own 46-yard line. Darius Page then broke free for a 44-yard rush to make it 1st-and-Goal on the Builder 10-yard line and Billy Pavlock ran it in for the score. The touchdown capped off a 6-play, 79-yard drive that gave the Warriors a 7-0 lead at the 5:46 mark.
  • On the ensuing drive, the Apprentice School started at its own 35-yard line and drove all the way down to the Webber 15-yard line. O'Neil ran for 24 yards and threw for another 38 yards to set up a 25-yard Austin Wall field goal to open up the 2nd quarter.
  • Webber responded on its next drive by marching 65 yards on 8 plays for another touchdown. Brenden DeShields led the way with 47 yards rushing, including a run of 36 yards and the 5-yard score to cap the drive off.
  • After a 39-yard O'Neil punt pinned the Warriors on their own 1-yard line, Page scampered for a 45-yard gain. Quarterback Billy Pavlock then found Ryan Walter for 5 yards before connecting with Nick Marill for aanother 24 yards. A roughing-the-passer penalty on the Apprentice School tacked on another 10 yards to the end of the play, putting Webber on the Builder 18-yard line. Jeremiah Harris and Page would rush for 12 yards and Pavlock found Marill for a 6-yard touchdown. The play gave the Warriors a 21-3 lead with 4:21 to play in the opening half.
  • Starting at its own 11-yard line late in the 3rd quarter, the Warriors drove down to midfield as Page ran 5 straight times. A holding penalty on Webber's offense moved the team back to its own 47-yard line to open up the 4th quarter, but Garry Chouloute completed a 52-yard strike to Harris to set up a 1-yard Page rushing touchdown. The score made it 28-3 at the 14:03 mark and capped off a 9-play, 89-yard drive.
  • On its next possession, Webber moved the ball 51 yards on 6 plays to take a 35-3 lead. From their own 49-yard line, the Warriors handed off to Mario Bargaineer, who picked up 32 yards on 5 attempts. Chouloute then took the ball for an 8-yard rushing touchdown to leave 8:25 on the clock.
  • As the Warriors backed the Builders up to their own 5-yard line, Maurice Thomas fair caught a 30-yard O'Neil punt to start the Warriors' drive at the Builder 35-yard line. On the first play, Roodson Pierre found the endzone on a 35-yard run. The score made it 42-3 with 2:54 to play in the game.

BEHIND THE BOX SCORE

  • The Warriors defense corralled the Builders' rushing attack, holding Apprentice School ball carriers to just 81 yards on the ground.
  • Two Webber running backs eclipsed the 100-yard mark: Page picked up 150 yards and a score on 17 carries, while DeShields totaled 122 yards and a score on 16 carries.
  • The Apprentice School found itself deep in Webber territory 4 times, but could only come away with 3 points.
  • The Warriors produced 490 yards of total offense while the Builders put up 272 yards.
  • Webber International picked up 24 first downs, compared to 13 for the Apprentice School.
  • The Builders held the edge in total yards passing, throwing for 191 yards while the Warriors threw for 120.
  • The Apprentice School possessed the ball for 35:43 and Webber International was in control for the other 24:17.
  • The Builders committed 6 penalties for a total of 53 yards. The Warriors committed 4 penalties for 33 yards.
  • John Jackson led the Builder's defense with 8 tackles, followed by Travis Harris and Deveron Lucas, who each had 7. John Pope picked up the only sack for the Apprentice School, getting to the Warrior's quarterback for a loss of 13 yards.
  • Tyson Burch led the Warriors defense with 9 tackles and a sack for a loss of 16 yards.