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October 27, 2013

Jolicoeur, Windham blast Trinity

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McInnis, meanwhile, threw for 180 yards on a slick 10-for-14 passing including four completions to Bail, and rushed for 84 more yards.

“We knew we could move the ball on them,” said McInnis. “But we had to finish possessions. By the end of the game, we were finishing every drive, and that’s what we want.”

After an early score, the defense locked down, forcing three turnovers that all resulted in touchdowns. Peters and Bail each picked off a pass, and Bail added a fumble recovery. Jolicoeur, who combined with Davis Potter on a key sack, also had a pick that was disallowed due to a penalty.

“The defense really stepped up,” said Crichton. “The defensive backs made some huge plays and the linemen stayed strong. Now we get out first home playoff game.”

The Jaguars now close out the regular season with the first night game in school history when they host Sanborn on Friday, before moving into the Division 2 playoffs with a home game. The opponent has yet to be determined.

“It feels just great,” said Bail. “We knew they would be tough, so to take them down is a big deal. Now it’s Sanborn and the playoffs.”

Windham 52, Trinity 20

Trinity (6-2): 6  0  6  8 — 20

Windham (7-1): 0 15 16 21 — 52

First Quarter

T — Zach Poole 4 run (rush failed), 5:49

Second Quarter

W — Guillaume Gauthier 4 run (Anthony Gallo kick), 7:44

W — Gallo 11 pass from Brendan McInnis (Kurtis Jolicoeur rush), 0:34

Third Quarter

W — Kellin Bail 21 pass from McInnis (Jolicoeur rush), 9:32

T — Jon Pope 13 run (rush failed), 4:40

W — Bail 3 run (Jolicoeur rush), 1:34

Fourth Quarter

W — Joey Frake 70 pass from McInnis (McInnis rush), 10:25

T — Tristien Theroux 15 pass from Carmen Giampertruzzi (Austin Chambers rush), 7:41

W — Jolicoeur 6 run (rush failed), 6:08

W — Shane Lafond 16 run (Gallo kick), 1:15

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: W (38-324) — Kurtis Jolicoeur 15-180, Brendan McInnis 8-84, Shane Lafond 5-31, Kellin Bail 8-24, Guillaume Gauthier 1-4, Victor Pizzotti 1-1; T (35-199) — Austin Chambers 13-81, Zach Poole 9-57, Will Sheppard 3-24, Saikou Bah 2-19, Brad Rhoades 4-15, Hunter Hannon 1-2, Carmen Giampertruzzi 3-1

PASSING: W — McInnis 10-14-1, 180; T — Giampertruzzi 4-12-2, 40

RECEIVING: W — Joey Frake 1-70, Bail 4-52, Anthony Gallo 2-27, Lafond 2-20, Gauthier 1-11; T — Tristien Theroux 4-40

 

 

 

 

 

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