Friday, June 6, 2014

Every True Son Is For Madoka

Every True Son Is For Madoka

By Enju Aihara
The Daily Magi
September 12, 2071

On a cold and rainy night at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo., Tatsuya Kaname's No. 1 ranked Mitakihara Magi won a shootout over the No. 2 ranked Missouri Tigers, 108-41, in prime time. Quarterback Russ Opare spearheaded the Magi attack, passing for 290 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 342 yards and four more scores. But it wasn't just the Iron Tiger from Hamilton that did the damage.

Halfback Kodaka Onodera ran for 227 yards and two scores, halfback Drew Childs ran for 80 yards and four more majors, wide receive Larry Igiebor caught four passes for 105 yards and a touchdown and wideout Marcus Mba caught four passes for 115 yards and another score. Igiebor led the blockers with 26 pancakes, while wideout Will Atsu had 22 pancakes. Defensively, cornerback James Boye had six tackles and three interceptions while fellow cornerback Alvin Chibsah had seven tackles and two picks.

"This is the second straight meeting with Missouri in which we didn't concede a safety," said Coach Kaname after the game. "That there is a trend that I like to see continue in future meetings with Mizzou because they're a good team and hopefully the players that come after this bunch of young men will avoid their own end zone against the best. We played a good game, it was a bit of a shootout, but the boys did their end of the bargain and the coaches did theirs and the rest is history."

Mitakihara improve to 3-0 and return to action next week against the North Carolina Tar Heels on the road.

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