Sunday, April 21, 2013

Mitakihara pull away in second half, beat Air Force 115-62

Mitakihara pull away in second half, beat Air Force 115-62


The first quarter between Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi and the Air Force Falcons was a back-and-forth affair, but in the second quarter and second half, the Magi pulled away and won the rematch of the 2029 BCS National Championship Game 115-62 at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Quarterback Siri Illuminati passes for 288 yards and a couple of touchdowns while rushing for 69 yards and three more scores. Halfback Andy Fields continued his hotstreak, rushing for 142 yards and four majors. Tight end Brandon Jackson had a breakout game, catching five passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.
However, among the wide receivers, there was no one that shined brighter that Kunihiko Hatanaka. The grandson of former Ottawa Rough Rider Bill Hatanaka, Kunihiko caught two passes for 48 yards and a score, returned three kickoffs for 217 yards and two majors, and returned four punts for 103 yards and a touchdown.
Middle linebacker Lemon Eyre led the staunch Mitakihara defense with 15 tackles and a sack. Defensive tackle Zulu Mazurek led the Madoka pass rush with three sacks.
The Magi improve to 2-0 with the victory and continue their campaign next week against the Illinois Fighting Illini in Champagne, Illinois.

Code:
Box Score 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Mitakihara  42  24  28  21  115
Air Force  35  3  10  14  62


Players of the Game


Mitakihara

Kunihiko Hatanaka , WR
368 All-purpose Yds, 4 Total TD
Air Force

Dominic Little , QB
34-39, 693 Yds, 3 TD

Code:
Game Statistics
Category Mitakihara Air Force
First Downs 33 28
Total Offense 763 860
Rushes-YDS 77-475 62-114
Passing YDS 288 746
Turnovers 1 5
Total Yards 1128 860
T.O.P. 29:50 30:59

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