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District 10 Talk Week 3

Written by: on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Wilmington – Hounds’ went with “spread” attack to slow Grove City

Down 14-7 and its running game getting stuffed by an unrelenting Grove City defense, Wilmington had to make some kind of a change or face the prospect of getting run out of its own stadium.

Wilmington primarily runs out of a twin wingback formation with a fullback four yards deep, but they moved to a twin back, three wideout formation that spread out the Eagles’ defense.

The adjustment worked. Wilmington countered GC’s touchdown drive with one of its own, highlighted by two 17-yard passes and a 22-yard run.

After a first half of only 97 offensive yards and four plays of 10 yards or more, Wilmington produced 177 yards of offense and seven plays of 10+ yards in the second half.

The Hounds won going away, 34-14.

Oil City – Kulinski-to-Koyack combination helps Oilers to 2-1 start

Oil City, off to a 2-1 start and facing Wilmington this coming week, has been a fairly pass-happy team these first few weeks of the season. Granted, they aren’t like Brockway, a team averaging over 300 passing yards per game, but OC is holding its own, averaging over 220 passing yards per game.

A big reason for the success through the air comes from the QB-to-receiver combination of Mark Kulinski and Ben Koyack. Kulinski has thrown for 667 yards and six touchdowns; Koyack, a possible Division-1 prospect in the Class of 2011, has 20 catches for 401 yards and three scores.

Strong Vincent – Week 1 loss to McLane seems but a distant memory

Loss? What loss?

After a narrow 21-19 loss to former “AAA” rival General McLane to open the season, Strong Vincent has gotten back to its ways of simply steamrolling everybody. Granted, the Colonels’ two wins have come against Central Tech and Franklin, but the “flash-and-dash” Wing-T is kicking it into gear at the right time.

In the last two weeks, Strong Vincent has scored 110 points. Forty-eight of those points came against Central. The other 62 came Friday night in a mercy-rule pasting of Franklin, 62-6.

Last season, ESV scored a school-record 584 points, the 3rd-best team point total in Erie County history.

The Colonels host Erie Cathedral Prep this Friday.

District 10 > 09/17/2009 :
Eisenhower Knights (2-1) 35
Harbor Creek Youth Spartans (0-2) 0
Oil City Oilers (2-1) 21
Sharon Tigers (2-1) 34
District 10 > 09/18/2009 :
Cambridge Springs Blue Devils (1-2) 8
Union City Area Bears (2-1) 14
Cochranton Cardinals (0-3) 20
Saegertown Panthers (1-2) 39
Conneaut Lake Indians (1-2) 8
Conneaut Valley Indians (1-2) 22
Erie Central Tech Falcons (0-3) 0
Bradford Area Owls (3-0) 46
Erie East Warriors (2-1) 34
Meadville Bulldogs (1-2) 7
Erie McDowell Trojans (3-0) 49
Norwin Knights (2-1) 6
Fairview Tigers (2-1) 41
Seneca Bobcats (2-1) 6
Fort LeBoeuf Bison (3-0) 35
Northwestern Wildcats (1-2) 8
Franklin Knights (0-3) 6
Erie Strong Vincent Colonels (2-1) 62
Girard Yellowjackets (2-1) 14
Corry Area Beavers (3-0) 24
Greenville Trojans (2-1) 42
Titusville Rockets (0-3) 0
Hickory Hornets (2-1) 24
Slippery Rock Rockets (0-3) 14
Kennedy Catholic Golden Eagles (0-3) 0
Mercer Area Mustangs (1-2) 54
Lakeview Sailors (2-1) 28
Linesville Lions (3-0) 41
Maplewood Tigers (1-2) 9
General McLane Lancers (3-0) 56
Mercyhurst Prep Lakers (3-0) 42
Youngsville Eagles (0-3) 7
North East Grapepickers (1-2) 35
Harbor Creek Huskies (0-3) 0
Warren Area Dragons (2-1) 42
Iroquois Braves (2-1) 7
District 10 > 09/19/2009 :
Grove City Eagles (2-1) 14
Wilmington Area Greyhounds (3-0) 34
Reynolds Raiders (0-3) 0
Farrell Steelers (3-0) 47
West Middlesex Big Red (1-2) 13
Sharpsville Blue Devils (3-0) 38

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