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Mitakihara lynch Hawaii, 255-23

Mitakihara lynch Hawaii, 255-23

By Gilberto Rasmussen
The Daily Magi
October 19, 2041

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi have done something that they haven't done in a long time: hang 255 points on an opponent. On Saturday, at Aloha Stadium, the Magi destroyed the Hawai'i Warriors, 255-23. Surprisingly, Coach Kaname was impressed with the Warriors defense for a few reasons.

"I was impressed with Hawaii's defense for a couple of reasons: they scored a safety on us and they knocked out a couple of our quarterbacks out of the game," Coach Kaname said. "But our team wanted to put out a big performance and they made a lot of massive plays on both sides of the ball so it was a good exercise for us."

Quarterback Invalid Name passed for 380 yards and seven touchdowns while rushinhg for 74 yards and four more scores. Halfback George Jackson ran for 195 yards and four majors while fellow halfback Akira Himenokouji had 87 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Makoto Yasaka led the receivers with four catches for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Himenokouji, wide receiver Stephen Fuller and wideout Chester Patterson also had a couple of receiving touchdowns.

Left guard Mark Barned had 23 pancake blocks to lead the run blockers. On defense, defendive tackle Confucius Muhammad had 6.5 sacks, right outside linebacker Chuck Carlton and left end Molly Pridded added four sacks each, left end Buntarou Okabe had 4.5 sacks, cornerback Shinosuke Akasaka had four interceptions and both strong safety Harry Himemiya and cornerback Gene Mitaka had three picks each. No Magi player on defense had more than eight tackles the entire game.

Madoka improve to 7-0 and will head back home next week for Homecoming 2041 against an old rival, the Bulldogs of Fresno State.

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