Garbarino scored an 8-yard descent to finish off De La Salle’s leadership. The pilots forced another triple-play and Cooper Gammon blocked Tyry Jackson’s kick attempt. Austin Ballard picked up the loose ball at the 5-yard line and charged it to score. The match ended with a clock tick.
Where: Detroit, MI
Start Time: Friday, January 22 @ 7p.
TV Channel: NFHS Network
De La Salle started with a long distance to open the half, dropping a 5-yard drop as Garbarino Spicuzzi overtook the descent with 7:36 left for the quarter.
Mona Shores first grabbed the board for the next drive after Tyree Jackson drove them down the field with four completions on the road, the last of which found Kobe Burse to drop 5 yards.
Mona Shores currently has no answers to De La Sall’s crime. Every time De La Salle was forced into fourth mode, he was in MS territory. Townsley already has three field goals for De La Salle, while Allen Streetsinger has 154 yards and has landed on just 13 goals (average 11.8).
Stritzinger spotlighted fourth place with 56 yards to start a series, giving de la Salle a 20-0 lead.
Mona Shores had three in a row and three in a row in the first half, taking 5 first touchdowns along the way. De La Salle has surpassed Mona Shores, 229-86, so far. Terry Jackson is a 10 out of 18, but he only has 33 yards to prove it. He ran twice for 4 yards.
De La Salle’s strengths appear soon. Stritzinger broke two impressive runs of 25 and 55 yards in the first quarter. The 25-yard dash yielded the ultimate stealth QB score for Garbarino. He went 55 yards late in the first quarter, placing the first and goal in 3. De La Salle also got a 41-yard field goal from Townsley.
Mona Shores has 3 duos and 3 possessions. Terry Jackson hasn’t run around much yet.
DETROIT, Michigan – Warren De La Salle (10-3) and Muskegon Mona Shores (12-1) will enter Ford Field at 1pm. State address for Division 2 after they both made their postseason data to get there.
De La Salle was 3-3 to start the season, losing three consecutive defeats in the last minute. With people questioning the pilots’ ability to finish matches, De La Salle had a 7-match winning streak, beating the region’s favorite Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice Team 2 in the region.
Mona Shores, although she was expected to have a good team, made her debut in the supplement in 2013, where she lost in the first round. However, led by quarterback Terry Jackson’s playmaking prowess, Mona Shores rolled after a 10-7 loss to Rockford in Week 3. Her closest match since then was her 25-24 win over Farmington Hills. Harrison in the state semifinals. In that game, Jackson injured his knee and it might be a playtime decision.
De La Salle is contesting his third state title match, the last two in 2006 and 2008. However, De La Salle still strives to win the first country title on the show. Just three years ago, Mona Shores were 1-8.