Monday, February 24, 2014

Mitakihara leave Troy in the dust, 90-14

Mitakihara leave Troy in the dust, 90-14

By Sora Kazesawa
The Daily Magi
September 29, 2063

Quarterback Ricky Cojuangco passed for 141 yards and two touchdowns, backup Rajiv Singh threw for another major and halfback Dan Roxas ran for 209 yards and three more scores as Tatsuya Kaname's Mitakihara Magi defeated the Troy Trojans, 90-14, at the Sakura Bowl in Mitakihara Town, B.C. on Homecoming 2063. A number of local recruits were checking out the campus, so it was imperative that the team delivered.

"Well, I am not the final authority on whether or not our recruits will commit or not, but I think we may have a few more new faces coming into the program after this is set in stone," said Coach Kaname after the game. "I think the recruits enjoyed their time here on campus but it's up to them to see whether or not they want to join the Magi next season and commit to our school."

Halfback Billy Shaw ran for 110 yards and a touchdown, fullback James Stanley ran for 85 yards and a score and whide receiver Zac Chabangu caught six passes for 123
yards. Left tackle Micharl Aryee led the offense in blocking with 18 pancakes while right tackle Andy Adusei added 16 pancakes.

On defense, right outside linebacker Zach N'Diaye led all tackles for the Magi with nine tackles and three sacks, while left end Shintarou Okabe added two sacks. Cornerback Josh Ravendale had five tackles and two interceptions, one which was returned 33 yards for a touchdown.

Mitakihara improve to 6-0 and will continue their season on Oct. 5 against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.


  1. Yeah, but, Troy's got the best marching band in the State...

    1. State, but not country. There is a difference.

    2. I'd say Ohio State's band is the best in the country...

      Magi's band is called the Marching Ultimates, correct?

      Millbrook's is called the Pride of the Coosa River Marching Band

    3. Yes, the Ultimates are the best marching band in all of Canada. As for the States, I prefer USC or Stanford.