Panthers shut out Bulldogs, 28-0
9/28/2017 7:45 AM

Wallace says Quinlan defense ‘outstanding’


The Quinlan Ford Panthers shut out the Howe Bulldogs Friday night 28-0 and take a 4-0 perfect season record into tonight’s homecoming game.

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace said,“Defense was outstanding. Shutting out anyone is really hard to do, so anytime you get one, it is special. Howe only had 41 yards rushing until the last series of the game. Offensively, we were sloppy, with way too many penalties.We have to get this cleaned up. We want to use this week to stay on a roll and get to the bye week, so we hopefully can get some guys healthy, and start getting ready for district.”

David Welch was successful on scoring a two-yard touchdown,led by great blocking for the first points in the first quarter.

The PAT was successful on a kick by Gio Landaverde. The score was Quinlan 7, Howe 0.

James Hoff rushed for three yards for the second first-quarter TD.

Landaverde’s kick was good. Quinlan led with 14 points, Howe 0, at the end of the first quarter.

In the third quarter, Eli Chambers ran the ball three yards for the TD.

The PAT was good on a Landaverde kick.

The score put the Panthers up, Quinlan 21, Howe 0.

In the fourth quarter, Linus Beierschmitt completed a pass to Dustin Fulbright for a 59-yard touchdown.

The PAT was successful on Landaverde’s kick.

The final score was Quinlan 28, Howe 0.

Beierschmitt amassed 326 total yards in the game.

The quarterback ran the ball 17 times for 158 yards rushing.His average was 9.3 yards. His longest was for 49 yards.

Beierschmitt completed seven of 10 passes attempted for 168 yards in the air and a completion rate of 70 percent. One scored a TD. His average was 24 yards per pass, and his longest was for 53 yards.

Welch gained 66 yards rushing on 14 carries. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry, and his longest was for 19 yards. One scored a TD.

Edgar Aguillon carried the ball five times for 21 yards rushing yards. He averaged 4.2 yards per carry, and his longest was for six yards.

Tyler Trail rushed 20 yards on four carries for an average of five yards. His longest was for eight yards.

Chambers ran the ball three times for 13 yards. His average was 4.3 yards per carry, and his longest was for five yards. One scored a touchdown.

James Hoff ran the ball once for three yards to score a TD.

The team’s total yards rushing was 281 on 44 carries. The Panthers averaged 6.4 yards per carry.

Receiving stats were led by Fulbright who caught five passes for 135 total yards. He averaged 27 yards, and his longest was for 27 yards. He scored a touchdown on one catch.

Chambers caught one pass for 24 yards.

James Hoff caught one pass for nine yards.

Offensive pancake block stats included three each for Hunter Carter, Jonathon Dotson and Colten Rinsem; two apiece by Trail and Isaac Henson; and one each by Moses Garcia, Fulbright, James Hoff, Beierschmitt, J.D.Bunch, Chambers and Jose Sanchez.

Welch had one fumble lost.

James Hoff led in the number of total tackles including five solo and seven assisted.

Garrett Davis made 10 tackles, five solo, five assisted;Kobe Jennings, five solo, one assisted; Landon Helton, three solo, three assisted; Aguillon, one solo, five assisted; Dylan Jackman, two solo, three assisted; Fulbright, one solo, three assisted; Beierschmitt, one solo, three assisted; Matthew Bryant, four assisted; Michael Howell and Sam Garza, one solo each; and Louie Guynes, Zane Watson and Chambers, one assisted apiece.

The team effort on tackles totaled 62 including four tackles for loss made by Davis, Aguillon, James Hoff and Helton.

Defensive statistics included four pass defended plays including two each by Jennings and Beierschmitt. Helton caused a fumble.

Sanchez kicked off five times for 197 yards, averaging 39.4 yards per kick. His longest was for 48 yards.

Beierschmitt punted three times for a total of 140 yards. He averaged 46.7 yards per kick. His longest was for 60 yards. One was good for the in-20 range.

Points scored included 6 each for Fulbright, Welch, James Hoff and Chambers; and 4 for Landeverde.

Landeverde was four-for-four on PAT kicks. 

Quinlan achieved 19 first downs to Howe’s seven.

The Panthers had 11 penalties with 95 penalty yards. The Bulldogs had five penalties and 40 penalty yards.

Quinlan hosts Fort Worth Castleberry tonight (Friday) for the homecoming game. Game time is 7:30. Homecoming ceremonies begin at 6:30.

The Quinlan-Tawakoni News 

Friday, September 29, 2017

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