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Warriors dominate R-P Trojans 49-0 for fifth win of the season

Posted Sunday, October 10, 2010 by Caledonia Argus
Warriors defeated visiting Rushford-Peterson 49-0 to notch their fifth straight win without a defeat.


By Charlie Warner
Argus News Editor

For the fourth straight week the Caledonia Warrior football team completely dominated its opponent from the opening kick-off to the end of the game. The number five state-ranked Warriors defeated visiting Rushford-Peterson 49-0 to notch their fifth straight win without a defeat.

It was Homecoming for the Warriors and they didn’t disappoint the capacity crowd, as they held the Trojans to an astounding five yards total offense in the first half.

Ivan Augedahl got the Warriors on the board on the opening drive when he sprinted 23 yards for a TD. Austin Goergen’s kick was good and the Warriors had a 7-0 lead.

Luke Lampert pulled in the first of two TD passes on the night from Josh Gran in the first period from nine yards out. Goergen’s kick was no good and the Caledonia lead was 13-0 as the first quarter came to a close.

Lampert and Gran connected on a 24-yard scoring strike early in the second period. The Goergen kick was good and the Caledonia lead was 20-0.

The Warriors made it 27-0 when Gran hit Ryan Rusert on a nine-yard TD pass and Goergen’s kick was good.

The Warriors continued the scoring barrage in the third period when Seth Kasten broke free and romped 44 yards for a TD. The Warriors went for two points, which proved to be successful when Jim Costigan pulled in the pass from Kennan Bruening to boost the Warrior lead to 35-0.

The Warrior defense got into the scoring scene when Zach Lechner intercepted a Trojan pass and returned it 34 yards for a TD. Goergen’s kick was good and the lead was 42-0.

The final TD of the third period came when Houston Halverson caught a pass from Gran from 21 yards out. The Goergen kick was once again good and the Warriors had a 49-0 lead as the third period came to a close.

Coach Brent Schroeder used his second and third stringers in the fourth period and the reserves responded by preserving the shutout.

Defensive stats

The Warrior defense played outstanding ball, giving up just 54 total yards of offense in the entire game and came up with four interceptions.

Lechner led the way with seven tackles and an INT he returned for a touchdown.

Justin Felten had five tackles and an INT, Travis Frank had five tackles and knocked down a Trojan pass and Kasten also had five tackles.

Bruening, Ethan Lapham, Jared Hegge and Goergen all had four tackles. Garret Mullen had three tackles. Connor McCormick had two tackles and an INT and Kevin Lapham, Alex Betz, Mitch Reiser and Augedahl all had two tackles. Cody Colsch and Abe Diersen each had an interception.

Offensive stats  

Gran had a big night throwing the pigskin as he completed 12 of 19 passes for 168 yards and four TDs.

Luke Lampert caught four passes for 74 yards and two TDs; Augedahl had two catches for 23 yards; Halverson had one catch for 21 yards and a TD; Rusert had one catch for nine yards and a TD and Costigan had one catch for three yards and a two-point conversion.

Kasten rushed seven times for 78 yards and a TD; Gran had nine carries for 67 yards; Matt Petersen picked up 40 yards on six carries; Augedahl rushed for 30 yards and a TD on eight carries; McCormick had 26 yards on two carries and Zach Kasten rushed three times for eight yards.

The Warriors rushed for 251 yards and passed for 168 yards for a 419 yard total.

Up next

The Warriors host Kingsland (3-2) this Friday night.  


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