Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Top-ranked Carey (9-0) heads into 1A playoffs

Panthers host North Gem Saturday


By JEFF CORDES
Express Staff Writer

Carey’s Baley Barg looks for running room during Thursday’s 56-0 home win over North Valley Academy. Barg caught five passes for 87 yards and two Panther touchdowns. Photo by David N. Seelig

The Carey Panthers rode the hot passing arm of junior quarterback Jordan Dilworth to a lopsided 56-0 home win over the North Valley Academy Patriots in the regular-season eight-man football finale Thursday, Oct. 27 on the Carey gridiron.

Dilworth (9-for-12, 183 yards) threw five touchdown passes in the first quarter alone as unbeaten Carey (9-0, 5-0 Sawtooth Conference North) posted its fifth shutout of a dominating fall campaign. In the last two weeks, Dilworth is 17-for-22 for 436 yards and eight TD passes.

Carey led 34-0 after the first period and ended the game on the 45-point-at-halftime mercy rule when sophomore Luis Garcia dashed home from 13 yards out with no time left on the clock in the second period.

Now, reigning State 1A Division 2 champion Carey will take the first step in its title defense by hosting Sawtooth Conference South runner-up North Gem of Bancroft (4-5) on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. at Derrick Parke Memorial Field.

Carey, winner of 16 consecutive games over two seasons, defeated North Gem 54-6 at Bancroft on Sept. 30. The Panthers are averaging 50.0 ppg in nine contests and have yielded only six touchdowns all season. North Gem is coming off a 58-20 win at Jackpot (3-5) last Friday.

Against winless North Valley (0-6), Carey rushed for 186 yards and passed for 183 more in piling up a 465-39 advantage in total yardage over the first-year varsity gridders from Gooding. Baley Barg caught five passes for 87 yards and two Panther touchdowns. He returned three punts for 60 yards.

Scoring twice was Garcia, while Jack Cenarrusa, Charlie Rivera, Chance Chavez and Tori Alvarez added single TDs. Sophomore Alvarez (9 rushes, 84 yards) and Garcia (6 rushes, 75 yards) put in some good time carrying the pigskin.

The Panthers played without junior lineman Garrett Lee, who suffered a shoulder separation at Mackay Oct. 21.

If Carey is able to keep its winning streak alive over North Gem Saturday, the Panthers will advance into the semi-finals against the winner of Friday's game between South Division winner Castleford (7-2) and North Division runner-up Dietrich (5-3).

That semi-final game will be played either Nov. 11 or 12 at Holt Arena in Pocatello, Carey athletic director Lee Cook said.

The Mackay Miners and Lighthouse Christian played two quarters Monday, Oct. 31 in Carey to determine the third state qualifier out of the 4th District. Lighthouse (7-3) prevailed 48-6 over Mackay (4-6) for its fifth win in six games and will now face Salmon River of Riggins (6-2) Saturday, Nov. 5 in another quarterfinal contest.

CAREY Line Score

Carey 56, North Valley Academy 0

North Valley 0 0 x x 0

CAREY 34 22 x x 56

SCORING

1st half

CAREY—Jack Cenarrusa, 19-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (Chance Chavez run); 11:37 1st (8-0 C)

CAREY—Charlie Rivera, 19-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (pass failed); 9:54 1st (14-0 C)

CAREY—Baley Barg, 9-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (Chance Chavez, pass from Dilworth); 8:00 1st (22-0 C)

CAREY—Chance Chavez, 55-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (run failed); 5:42 1st (28-0 C)

CAREY—Baley Barg, 15-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (run failed); 0:38 1st (34-0 C)

CAREY—Luis Garcia, 25-yard run (Christian Zarate run); 10:20 2nd (42-0 C)

CAREY—Tori Alvarez, 20-yard run (Glen Andrews run); 7:02 2nd (50-0 C)

CAREY—Luis Garcia, 13-yard run; 0:00 2nd (56-0 C)

KEY STATS NORTH VALLEY CAREY

Offensive plays 32 40

Time of possession 11:01 12:59

1st downs, rush 0 7

1st downs, pass 0 3

1st downs, penalty 0 1

1st downs, total 0 11

Rushes, yards 16, -12 27-186

Yards per carry 0.0 6.9

Fumbles lost 1 0

Completions, passes 0-5 9-12

Completion percentage 0% 75%

Passing yards 0 183

Yards per completion 0.0 20.3

Intercepted by 0 0

Sacks by, yards 0-0 0-0

Returns, yards 4-51 4-96

Total yards gained 39 465

3rd down efficiency 0-7 4-5

4th down efficiency 0-0 1-1

Penalties 3-26 0-0

Punts, yardage 6-190 0-0

Yards per punt 31.7 0.0

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Carey

Rushing—Tori Alvarez 9-84, 3 1sts, 1 TD; Luis Garcia 6-75, 1 1st, 2 TD; Christian Zarate 7-14, 2 1sts, 1 conv.; Nate Adamson 2-3, 1 1st; Glen Andrews 1-3, 1 conv.; Chance Chavez 1-3, 1 conv.; Jordan Dilworth 1-4.

Passing—Jordan Dilworth 9-12, 183 yards, 3 1sts, 5 TD, 1 conv.

Receiving—Baley Barg 5-87, 3 1sts, 2 TD; Chance Chavez 2-58, 1 TD, 1 conv.; Jack Cenarrusa 1-19, 1 TD; Charlie Rivera 1-19, 1 TD.

Fumble recoveries (1)—Dillon Cenarrusa 1.

Punt returns—Baley Barg 3-60.

Kickoff returns—Charlie Rivera 1-36.

Tackles (23)—Jack Cenarrusa 3, Sheldon Hansen 3, Charlie Rivera 2, Chance Chavez 2, Christian Zarate 2, Baley Barg 2, Glen Andrews 2, Matt Whitworth 2, Francisco Gamino 1, Luis Garcia 1, Gunner Thompson 1, Jordan Dilworth 1, Tori Alvarez 1.

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—North Valley Academy

Rushing—Karl Danielson 6-9; Joe Hampton 3-2.

Passing—Karl Danielson 0-4; Aaron Smith 0-1.

Kickoff returns—Joe Hampton 2-31; Johnny Carter 2-20.

Tackle leaders—James McHan 8, Alex Taylor 5, Nick Wade 5, Karl Danielson 4, Johnny Carter 2, Aaron Smith 2, Joe Hampton 2, Draven Graves 2, John Ervin 1.

Carey Football Composite 2011

TOTAL SCORING

Opponents 14 6 8 14 42 (4.7)

Carey 176 146 50 78 450 (50.0)

RESULTS (9-0 overall, 6-0 home, 3-0 away, 5-0 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

Sept. 23 (Home) Carey 66, Richfield 0

Sept. 30 (Away) Carey 54, North Gem 6

Oct. 5 (Home) Carey 58, Clark County 0

Oct. 14 (Home) Carey 60, Dietrich 14

Oct. 21 (Away) Carey 52, Mackay 6

Oct. 27 (Home) Carey 56, North Valley Academy 0

SCORING TD CONV PTS.

Charlie Rivera 16 5 106

Baley Barg 13 5 88

Jack Cenarrusa 10 2 64

Chance Chavez 7 8 58

Jordan Dilworth 6 5 46

Dillon Cenarrusa 4 4 32

Luis Garcia 4 0 24

Tori Alvarez 2 0 12

Christian Zarate 1 2 10

Adrian Alvarez 0 1 2

Patrick Baird 0 1 2

Garrett Lee 0 1 2

Glen Andrews 0 1 2

Note: Carey also scored on a safety.

Touchdown passes—Jordan Dilworth 26, Chance Chavez 1, Nate Adamson 1. Conversion passes—Jordan Dilworth 10, Nate Adamson 1. Notes—Carey has scored in 28 of 30 quarters....Carey has successfully made 35 of 59 conversions (60% success rate)....Carey has scored 63 TD—26 on runs from scrimmage, 28 on passes, 7 on defense, 2 on kickoff or punt returns.




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