Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Carey opens Sawtooth play with Richfield

Panther home game Friday


Carey senior Jack Cenarrusa snags a ball during Carey’s 46-0 home win over the Challis Vikings Sept. 9. Photo by David N. Seelig

Coming off a bye week, the Carey School football team (3-0, 0-0 league) opens its Sawtooth Conference North Division league season Friday, Sept. 23 with a 7 p.m. home game against Richfield (0-3, 0-0) at Derrick Parke Memorial Field.

It's a mismatch on paper, since Carey coach Lane Kirkland's defending State 1A Division 2 champion Panthers have won 10 straight games over two seasons and this season have outscored three Division 1 victims 104-16. Richfield has been out-pointed 167-44 in its three losses.

Carey has dominated Richfield in recent years with the exception of 2008, when the Tigers (8-3) earned third place in the state playoffs and nearly bumped off Carey on their home field before falling 34-28. Carey won 60-6 at Richfield last fall and 56-6 in Carey in 2009.

Other North Division debuts Friday are Dietrich (1-2, 0-0) at Mackay (1-3, 0-0) and North Valley Academy (0-1, 0-0) at Clark County (1-2, 0-0). After this weekend, Carey visits North Gem at Bancroft Friday, Sept. 30 and hosts Clark County for 2011 Homecoming on Wednesday, Oct. 5.

Carey Football Composite 2011

TOTAL SCORING

Opponents 8 0 0 8 16 (5.3)

Carey 34 22 22 26 104 (34.7)

RESULTS (3-0 overall, 2-0 home, 1-0 away, 0-0 Sawtooth Conference North)

Aug. 26 (Home) Carey 38, Oakley 16

Sept. 2 (Away) Carey 20, Raft River 0

Sept. 9 (home) Carey 46, Challis 0

SCORING TD CONV PTS.

Baley Barg 5 0 30

Charlie Rivera 2 4 20

Jordan Dilworth 2 3 18

Jack Cenarrusa 2 0 12

Chance Chavez 2 0 12

Dillon Cenarrusa 2 0 12

Touchdown passes—Jordan Dilworth 7. Conversion passes—Jordan Dilworth 1. Notes—Carey has scored in 10 of 12 quarters....Carey has successfully made 7 of 14 conversions (50% success rate)....Carey has scored 15 TD—5 on runs from scrimmage, 7 on passes, 1 on defense, 2 on kickoff or punt returns.




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