EHS Evens Junior Varsity Football Record

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Published on September 24 2013 12:18 pm
Last Updated on September 24 2013 12:18 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham evened its junior varsity football record to 1-1 with an 18-14 victory over Charleston Monday evening.

Effingham jumped out to an 18-0 lead by halftime with touchdowns by Joe Nieman of three and four yards and one by Alex Howell of eight yards. EHS was unable to convert any extra point opportunities.

Charleston came back with two touchdowns in the second half but it wasn't enough to overcome Effingham's strong first half. Howell led the Hearts attack with 10 carries for 114 yards. Trevor Rieman led the Hearts on defense with nine tackles. Tucker Denton had an interception.

EHS returns to action next Monday at Salem.

At Effingham

Charleston            0    0    6    8    --    14

Effingham           12    6    0    0    --    18

Passing -- Wolfe, 5 of 7 for 67 yards; Nieman, 2 of 3 for 30 yards

Rushing -- Wolfe, 5 carries for 19 yards; Howell, 10 carries for 114 yards; Nieman, 10 carries for 15 yards; Verdeyen, 4 carries for 13 yards; Phillips, 4 carries for 3 yards

Receiving -- Lohman, 3 for 51 yards; Denton, 2 for 23 yards; White, 1 for 12 yards; Nieman, 1 for 11 yards

Tackles -- Verdeyen 0 solo-3 assists-3 total; Kahley 1-4-5, Ramos 1-3-4, Cunningham 0-1-1, Nieman 0-4-4, Case 1-2-3, Kahley 0-2-2, Rieman 3-6-9, Velazquez 0-2-2, Denton 2-1-3, Coleman 1-0-1, White 1-0-1, Phillips 3-2-5, Kronewitter 0-1-1, Howell 1-2-3, Koester 1-1-2, Danuser 0-1-1