Sunday, June 16, 2013

Madoka second string ordered to run 24 laps following win over SDSU

Madoka second string ordered to run 24 laps following win over SDSU

By Mei Wong
The Daily Magi
November 24, 2046

Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi second string were forced to run 24 laps after conceding a safety in the first quarter en route to a 136-12 victory over the San Diego State Aztecs at a snowy Mitakihara Stadium in Mitakihara, B.C.

"We absolutely have zero tolerance for conceding safeties at home," Coach Kaname said after the game. "San Diego State are a great team, and that should be a moral victory for them. Their defense is quick, resilient and can pressure opponents in the early going.

"As for us, we had a good outing tonight on Magia Day, but now we get to prepare for our opponent in the Mountain West Championship game. We will take a look at the game film next week and make our plans accordingly. I hope our city gets behind our boys on Week 16."

Quarterback Eric Jenkins passed for 95 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 439 yards and seven more majors. Halfback Kyle Ryan ran for 402 yards and five scores while fullback Trey Robinson rushed for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Ryan led the receivers with five catches for 47 yards and a score.

Wide receiver Adam Dotson led the blockers with 30 pancakes, while left tackle Darryl Lewis and Andrews added 26 pancakes each. Middle linebacker Nick Alston paced the defense with 22 tackles and four sacks, while defensive tackle Brian Phillips added 14 tackles and seven sakcs. Right outside linebacker B.J. Shuler added four sacks on the night.

Madoka improve to 12-0.

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