Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Another rainstorm, but Madoka defeat USF 87-35

Another rainstorm, but Madoka defeat USF 87-35

By Anna Hendrix
The Daily Magi
September 23, 2062


It was hurricane season at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. and the match between Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi and the South Florida Bulls nearly got postponed due to bad weather. In the end, the game went on as planned and the Magi slogged through the wet condition to defeat South Florida, 87-35.

Quarterback Ricky Cojuangco passed for 209 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 333 yards and six more scores. Halfback Dan Roxas ran for 207 yards and a major, halfback Billy Shaw ran for 77 yards and a touchdown and fullback Shabba Tshabalala ran for 54 yards and a major. Wide receiver Johnny Muntari caught three passes for 80 yards and a score and wideout Zac Chabangu caught two passes for 94 yards and a touchdown.

Chabangu led the blockers with 26 pancakes while Shaw added 16 and Roxas had nine. Middle linebacker jeremy Ogboshogo led the defense with 15 tackles and a sack while left end Jevon Pace had nine tackles and three sacks. Three different players on defense had an interception apiece.

"With the road trip out of the way, the boys can now focus on a long home stretch that will demand a lot outta them," Coach Kaname said. "We love playing at the Sakura Bowl because it gives us that unique home field advantage that is hard to beat. Our players can't wait to get back to the other side of the continent and prepare for Homecoming."

Mitakihara improve to 5-0 and return home next week to host the Navy Midshipmen in Homecoming 2062.

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