October 21, 2011

Braves end season with victory over Wildcats

Braves end season with victory over Wildcats
By L.M. Baker

The Parshall Braves ended their 2011 football season with a victory on their home field against the Center-Stanton Wildcats on Friday evening.
After running for over 300 yards and five touchdowns last Friday against Trenton, Dexter Two Crow continued his superior play in his final game as a junior with four touchdowns.
The first half ended with a 6-6 tie. Two Crow put up the Braves only score in the second quarter with a 38 yard run. The Braves picked it up in the second half. With 5:30 to go in the third quarter, Two Crow broke a few tackles for a 35 yard touchdown run and converted the two-point conversion. The Braves forced the Wildcats to punt as the third quarter came to a close and forced a fumble and the Braves recovered. The fourth quarter began with the Braves Josh Ector passing to Jade Moran for a 35 yard touchdown. The Wildcats put up one more score in the contest but Two Crow put an exclamation point on the game with two more scores. With seven minutes remaining in the game, Two Crow punched the ball in the end zone with a five yard run. The two-point conversion failed but 30 seconds later, Two Crow had a pick-six interception at the Wildcats own 20 yard line. The Braves were able to convert on the two-point conversion and the Braves went on to win the game 34-12.
 


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