Archive - Aug 21, 2010 - Sports Article
From the opening kick-off of the seasonâ€™s opening game it became quickly clear that turnovers would play a big role in Maidenâ€™s contest against North Lincoln.
In fact after Maiden fumbled the gameâ€™s opening kick-off, it appeared the turnover battle would bounce the way of the Blue Devilsâ€™ visiting opponent.
However, between one interception by Richard Kerekes and ensuing 44-yard return that set up a Maiden touchdown before half-time and a third quarter interception by Alex Lomax that set up another Blue Devil score, the home team was able to turn the turnover tide in their favor.
The Bandys Trojans sported a new look Friday on the plains of Plateau Road â€” conservative.
The Trojans were not the pass-slinging teams of the past three seasons. They lined up under center more, and they ran the ball a lot more.
â€śWe are going to ram the ball down opponentsâ€™ throats every play,â€ť wide receiver Dylan King said. â€śThatâ€™s all we are going to do â€” just run it down their throats, run it down their throats.â€ť