Thursday, May 29, 2014

Mitakihara introduces themselves to Millbrook in 143-7 ass-whooping

Mitakihara introduces themselves to Millbrook in 143-7 ass-whooping

By Uzuki Shimamura
The Daily Magi
October 4, 2070

"Gentlemen," said Millbrook Cherokees head coach Jonathan Kilpatrick to his Cherokees football team as he put his hand on the shoulder of Magi halfback Drew Childs as the two teams met in the Magi locker room, "this is a football player. He plays the type of level of football that you kids need to aspire to be like. Remember this day well, because this will be the kick up the backsides that you will need for the rest of the year."

After the teams shook hands, Magi head coach Tatsuya Kaname watched as the Cherokees walked out of their locker room in one straight line, holding their helmets, their heads dropping in shame. "Well," Coach Kaname said. "That's Homecoming for you." The Magi blew apart the Millbrook Cherokees 143-7 on a rainy afternoon at the Sakura Bowl in Mitakihara Town, British Columbia.

Quarterback B.J. Inkoom passed for 307 yards and four touchdowns, while Childs ran for 409 yards and six scores. Halfback Justin Jack ran for 116 yards and two majors and halfback Joe Sato ran for 126 yards and a score. Inkoom also rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns.

Wide receiver Larry Igiebor caught seven passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns. Left tackle Jeremy Amoako had 24 pancakes while left guard Charles Sumaila had 19 pancakes. Left end Lex Hasegawa led the defense with eight tackles and two sacks, while strong safety Shiroyuki Kaname had two interceptions.

Mitakihara improve to 6-0 and continue their home stand next week against the Texas Longhorns.


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