Effingham Junior Varsity Downs Salem


Published on September 25 2012 9:47 am
Last Updated on September 25 2012 10:26 am
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham's Andy Lustig (18) causes a Salem fumble during junior varsity football action Monday evening.


Effingham High School's junior varsity football team ran it's record to 4-0 with a victory over Salem Monday night, 24-6.

Effingham's defense forced four turnovers with interceptions by Jordan Coleman, Alec Stevenson and Matt Wohltman, and a fumble recovery by Joe Nieman. They also were responsible for a blocked extra point. Andy Lustig and Brandon Loy lead the team in tackles with nine and eight respectfully.

The offense was lead by Kevin Daughtery with four touchdowns, two rushing and two passing. He started off the scoring with a 11 yard rushing play on the opening drive to give the Hearts a 6-0 lead. In the second quarter the Hearts got two scores, Daugherty with a seven yard rushing touchdown and a 34 yard touchdown pass to Payton Bushue to finish the first half scoring, with the Hearts leading 18-6.

The last scoring play was a 71 yard touchdown pass from Daugherty to Trent Barnhart.

The JV Hearts play at Paris next Monday night.

Photos by Gary Stanfield of Riviera Records. More photos of the JV sqaud, as well as more of Gary's incredible work, can be found here.

At Effingham

Salem               0      6    0    0    --      6

Effingham         6    12    0    6    --    24

Passing -- Daugherty 10 of 21 for 257 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception

Receiving -- Tyler Myers 1 for 4, Tritt Rush 2 for 35, Trent Barnhart 1 for 71, 1 touchdown, Dylan Wolfe 2 for 56, Peyton Bushue 1 for 34, touchdown, Matt Wohltman 2 for 42, Noah Lohman 1 for15

Rushing -- Daugherty 10 for 5, 2 touchdowns; Tyler Myers 3 for 23, Tritt Rush 3 for 23, Trent Barnhart 3 for -10, Kayne Verdeyen 1 for 2, Avery Brooks 2 for -7

Tackles -- Trent Barnhart 3 assist/1 solo/ 4 total, Wyatt Kahley 1/4/5, Tritt Rush 0/6/6, Brandon Loy 2/6/8, Andy Lustig 1/8/9, Noah Hagen 2/1/3, Alec Stevenson 1/6/7 - interception, Matt Wohltman 1/2/3 - interception, Jordan Coleman 0/2/2 - interception Blake Marxman 1/2/3, Blaine Koester 0/1/1, Dalton Beam 1/0/1, Nick Burger 4/0/4. Kayne Verdeyen 1/0/1, Joe Nieman 2/1/3 fumble recovery, Dylan Depoister 1/0/1, Jeff Beasley 2/0/2, Trevor Coleclasure 0/1/1, Andy Felitz 1/0/1

Effingham's Andy Felitz (60) and Dalton Beam (64) bring down a Salem rusher during junior varsity action Monday.

Photos by Gary Stanfield of Riviera Records. More photos of the JV sqaud, as well as more of Gary's incredible work, can be found here.