Wednesday, September 12, 2012

First win for Carey 46-0 over Braves

Big clash at Dietrich Friday


     Carey High School football players got a morale boost by posting their first triumph of the 2012 season with a 46-0 mercy-rule win over the Owyhee (Nev.) Braves Friday at Derrick Parke Memorial Field.

     The Panthers (1-1, 0-0 league) reeled off 32 first-quarter points and needed only three quarters to finish the non-conference victory. Coach Lane Kirkland said, “It was a confidence builder going into our game against Dietrich on Friday.”

     Six different Panthers scored touchdowns against Owyhee and Carey went five-for-five in its two-point conversion attempts. Senior quarterback Jordan Dilworth tossed two TD passes and also passed for two conversions.

     Tori Alvarez (43-yard pass from Dilworth), Patrick Baird (31-yard interception return), Luis Garcia (19-yard run), Nate Adamson (28-yard pass from Dilworth), Zach Olsen (15-yard run) and Dilworth (37-yard run) tallied Carey’s touchdowns.

     Making conversions were Garcia (two runs), Adamson (pass and run), and Joe Parke (pass from Dilworth).

     For Friday’s Sawtooth Conference North opener at Dietrich, Carey will take a streak of 11 consecutive wins over the Blue Devils and a 542-118 scoring advantage dating back to Dietrich’s 84-48 victory on the Carey gridiron in 2003.

     But Friday’s 7 p.m. clash will probably be much different from last year, when State 1A Division 2 runner-up Carey (11-1) out-gained visiting Dietrich (5-4) by a 545-312 margin and prevailed 60-14. This year’s Blue Devils are 3-0 and are currently averaging 45.3 ppg.

     Kirkland said, “Dietrich is on a roll, playing with a lot of confidence and the desire to win the conference title.”

     Vital to Dietrich’s success is running back and linebacker Hazen Weber, a junior like receiver Chandler Tew and junior quarterback Cooper Astle.

     Kirkland said, “Dietrich has a decent running game with Weber, who’s the key on offense and defense. He’s a great hitter who puts forth a lot of effort. For our defense, open field tackling will be the key.”


CAREY FOOTBALL LINE SCORE

 

Carey 46, Owyhee (Nev.) 0

 

OWYHEE 0 0 0 X 0
CAREY 32 8 6 X 46

 

SCORING

 

1st half

 

CAREY—Tori Alvarez, 43-yadd pass from Jordan Dilworth (Luis Garcia run) (8-0 C)

 

CAREY—Patrick Baird, 31-yard interception return (Nate Adamson, pass from Jordan Dilworth); (16-0 C)

 

CAREY—Luis Garcia, 19-yard run (Garcia run); (24-0 C)

 

CAREY—Nate Adamson, 28-yard pass from Jordan Dilworth (Joe Parke, pass from Dilworth); (32-0 C)

 

CAREY—Zach Olsen, 15-yard run (Nate Adamson run); (40-0 C)

 

2nd half

 

CAREY—Jordan Dilworth, 37-yard run (no conversion); (46-0 C)

 




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