HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Ivey tosses 5 TDs in Spring Garden subjection of Woodville

October 17, 2015 - garden totes

Ben Ivey

Ben Ivey

Spring Garden’s Ben Ivey goes airborne to finish a pass opposite Woodville on Friday. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.

Dakota Lambert

Dakota Lambert

Spring Garden’s Dakota Lambert, right, unbending arms a Woodville tackler on a run Friday night. Photo pleasantness of Chris Tierce.



Posted: Saturday, Oct 17, 2015 4:43 am

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Ivey tosses 5 TDs in Spring Garden subjection of Woodville

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SPRING GARDEN – Spring Garden youth quarterback Ben Ivey showed out on a Panthers’ homecoming Friday night.

Ivey threw for 203 yards and 5 touchdowns in heading Spring Garden to a 52-6 Class 1A, Region 7 football feat over Woodville. The win cumulative a playoff symbol for Spring Garden (5-3, 4-1), that will play during Coosa Christian on Friday. Woodville (3-5, 2-3) forsaken a fourth true game.

Junior fullback Quintin Downey combined 111 yards and a touchdown on usually 9 carries for a Panthers. He also held a 21-yard touchdown pass.

Junior tailback Dakota Lambert contributed 74 yards on 6 totes. He also held 3 touchdown passes for a sum of 171 yards.

Ivey and Lambert got things going for Spring Garden early. The twin connected for a 54-yard touchdown during a 10:21 symbol of a initial quarter. Kaitlyn Rogers combined a additional indicate for a 7-0 lead.

Downey scored a subsequent dual Spring Garden touchdowns on a 19-yard run and a 21-yard locate to pull a Panther lead to 20-0 with 5:37 remaining in a initial quarter. Ivey tossed his third touchdown pass of a entertain on an 11-yard strike to youth receiver Joe Rogers with 2:20 to go, augmenting Spring Garden’s lead to 26-0.

Ivey and Lambert non-stop a second-quarter scoring on an 80-yard touchdown connection. Kaitlyn Rogers booted a additional indicate for a 33-0 Panther lead.

Andrew Woods combined a 5-yard touchdown run with 7:53 to go before halftime, giving Spring Garden a 39-0 advantage.

Woodville finally got on a scoreboard on quarterback Nicholas Baker’s 13-yard touchdown pass to receiver John Baisden. The 2-point acclimatisation try failed, gripping a measure during 39-6 with 5:25 remaining before halftime.

Lambert sealed out a first-half scoring on a 51-yard touchdown run. Kaitlyn Rogers connected on a PAT, giving Spring Garden a 46-6 lead.

Ivey and Lambert accounted for a usually measure in a second half – a 37-yard touchdown tie – with 6:03 left in a third quarter.

Senior Jordan Buttram led a Panther invulnerability with 8 tackles. Joe Rogers had a span of interceptions, a pass deflection and a tackle. Senior Austin Shell finished with 5 tackles.

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