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October 5, 2012

Windham bounces back in big way

Windham's offense averages 10.8 yards per play

(Continued)

John Stark compiled 83 of its 143 total yards and five of its first downs on its final two possessions.

Aggressive kicking: Maintaining its tradition of squib kicks and onside attempts, Windham recovered one of its eight kickoffs, which were made by three different kickers. Giving an opponent a shorter field is worth the chance of recovering one of their own kickoffs according to Raycraft.

“We have 13 different kicks from various points of the field,” Raycraft said. “Regardless of what the score is, it’s a philosophy where we’re going to put (the kick) in a spot where we think we can recover it.”

Windham 49, John Stark 6

John Stark (1-5):  0  0 0 6 —  6

Windham (5-1): 14 21 7 7 — 49

First Quarter

W — Joe Frake 14 pass from Joe Lorenz (Anthony Gallo kick), 8:37

W — Lorenz 4 run (Gallo kick), 1:08

Second Quarter

W — Kevin Cooney 54 run (Gallo kick), 10:10

W — Cooney 25 run (Gallo kick), 4:04

W — Frake 13 pass from Lorenze (Gallo kick), 2:32

Third Quarter

W — Cooney 36 run (Gallo kick), 10:10

Fourth Quarter

W — Noah Swiderski 44 interception return (Gallo kick), 10:22

JS — Tim Barnes 12 pass from Blake Gorski (run failed), 6:39

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: JS (30-58) — Carson Dunn 6-25, Adam King 4-18, Colbey Decotis 9-15, Jacob Bumford 6-6, Ian Franco 2-0, Gorski 3-(-6); W (39-399) — Cooney 6-167, Chris Ferri 6-66, Thomas Anderson 4-52, Danny Cannone 7-51, Davis Potter 3-29, Jeremy Cocciardi 2-16, Guilliaume Gauthier 2-10, Lorenz 3-7, Troy Peters 1-3, Brendan McInnis 2-0, Shane Lafond 3-(-2)

PASSING: JS (5-11-85, 1 interception) — Gorski 4-10-43 (1), Nic Lloyd 1-1-42; W (7-8-14, 0) — Lorenz 6-7-93, McInnis 1-1-14

RECEIVING: JS — Barnes 3-65, Decotis 1-12, Dunn 1-8; W — Frake 4-81, Jacob Estevez 1-14, Artem Aristov 1-13, Anderson 1-(-1)

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