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|10/8/2015 ||Gainesville Hawks survive their toughest test to prevail 8 – 6 against the Parkside Panthers!|
The Hawks won the coin toss and elected to kick off to the Panthers. After several missed tackles Parkside started their first drive from their own 49 yard line. They were able to drive the ball to the Hawks 11 aided by a 20 yard run from #33 (Tyliek Williams). Here the drive stalled due to some fine defensive plays by Dawson Benoit and Joey Lacey.
Gainesville had three long runs, two from Nick Cappanelli and one from Cooper Rhue, which were all negated by penalties. After a fumbled snap on 4th and 25 the Panthers took over at the Hawks 5 yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, #33 (Tyliek Williams), took the ball up the middle for a touchdown. The 2pt. conversion failed and Parkside leads 6 – 0. Each team had two more possessions but neither was able to move the ball and the half ended.
Gainesville started the second half on their own 20 yard line and was unable to get a first down. Parkside gained 7 yards but was unable to get the first down and gave the ball back to the Hawks. On the first play from scrimmage, Nick Cappanelli gained 22 yards with excellent blocking from the offensive line and Cooper Rhue. On fourth and 8 Tyler Settle completed a 10 yard pass to Ryan Kindel, first down Gainesville, end of the third quarter.
On the first play of the 4th quarter, Nick C. ran the ball left to the Panthers 11 yard line. On the next play, Cooper R. took the hand off, swept right and scored a touchdown. The 2pt. conversion was successful giving Gainesville an 8 – 6 lead. After each team failed to get a first down on their next possession, the Panthers took over on their own 44 yard line. With under 2 minutes left in the game, Parkside was called for too many men in the huddle setting them up for a 1st and 15 play. The QB dropped back and threw a deep pass down the left side of the field. The ball was intercepted by Isiah Folkes, aided by Walker Rhue, and he returned it 10 yards. With only a few seconds left in the game, Tyler S. took a knee, giving Gainesville an 8 – 6 victory over a worthy opponent.
The football team would like to say THANK YOU to the Gainesville Band, Cheerleaders and Dance Team for coming out tonight and adding to the excitement.
|9/24/2015 ||Gainesville Hawks lose close, hard fought battle to Bull Run Eagles: 14 - 12.|
After taking a 12-0 lead into halftime on the strength of touchdown runs by Cooper R. and Nick C. the Hawks fumbled the second half kickoff at the 50 yard line and it was recovered by Bull Run. The Eagles drove to the 10 and on third down Micah R. crashed through the offensive line and tackled the running back for a 2 yard loss. On fourth down the Eagles completed a pass to the running back who ran it in for a touchdown. The 2 point conversion was good, cutting the Hawks lead to 12-8.
On the ensuing drive by Gainesville they fumbled and Bull Run recovered on the 12 yard line. The defense for Gainesville held and forced the Eagles to turnover the ball on downs. The Hawks were unable to move the ball and had to punt. The Eagles took over at the 36 yard line of the Hawks. On the first play from scrimmage, Jayden W. sacked the quarterback of Bull Run for a 10 yard loss. On the next play however, Bull Run completed a long pass to the Gainesville 10 yard line. On the next play the running back took it in for a touchdown. The two point conversion failed, so the score is now Bull Run 14 and Gainesville 12. As the Hawks were driving down the field time expired before they could reach the end zone.
Gainesville Hawks dominate Ronald Reagan Mustangs on a chilly, rainy afternoon for a 28-0 WIN!! The game started with the Hawks recovering their own kickoff when Walker R. sprinted down the field and pounced on the loose ball. On the first play from scrimmage, Cooper R. ran to the right for a 20-yard gain to the Mustang 14. On the next play, Nick C. ran through the middle for a TD, the 2-pt conversion failed, Hawks take a 6 - 0 lead. After an exchange of the ball where neither team moved the ball the 1st quarter came to an end. At the start of the 2nd quarter the Mustangs had the ball on their own 40 yard line. After two snaps over the quarterbacks head they turned the ball over on downs and Gainesville had it first and goal on the Mustangs 3 yard line. Tyler S., the QB, did a sneak and scored on the first play from scrimmage. He also kept the ball and ran it in for a successful 2-pt. conversion, Hawks lead 14 - 0. Ronald Reagan ran only one play and the half ended.
The second half started with the Mustangs kicking off to the Hawks, who started their drive on their own 33 yard line. On the second play from scrimmage QB Tyler S. took the ball right cut back towards the middle, accelerated through the defense for a 67-yard Touchdown run. The 2-pt conversion was good when Ryan K. caught the ball in the flat and ran over one defender to get into the end zone. Hawks 22-0. The Mustangs were unable to get a first down on their possession and turned the ball over on downs. However, on the first play from scrimmage, for Gainesville, the RB fumbled a toss and Ronald Reagan recovered the ball. Before they could run a play, the 3rd quarter came to an end.
The Mustangs were unable to move the ball and turned the ball over on downs. The Hawks were able to move the ball to the Mustangs 25 yard line but the drive stalled there and the Mustangs got the ball back. On the first play from scrimmage, the Mustangs threw a pass that was intercepted by Isiah F. who ran it back for a Touchdown. The 2-pt conversion failed. Hawks lead 28 - 0. After the Mustangs were unable to move the ball, the game ended. Congratulations to the Gainesville Hawks for a well played game.
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