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For the week of October 23 - 29, 2002


Carey (7-0) blanks Shoshone 50-0

Streaking Panthers achieve goals

Scoring in each quarter, the highly-regarded Carey School eight-man football team (7-0) stayed unbeaten Friday with a 50-0 mercy-rule shutout at Shoshone (1-6).

Leading scorer Shawn Hennefer (92 points season) scored three touchdowns and rushed for a game-high 131 yards while quarterback Sean Cenarrusa, also a senior, passed for 196 yards and three TDs.

Panther coach Lane Kirkland said his team accomplished several goals in posting its second straight shutout and staying atop the Sawtooth Conference North Division with a league championship showdown against Castleford coming Nov. 1.

"We wanted to work on our passing game, and our defensive goal was not to allow a point," said Kirkland. "We also wanted to get our second and third teams in the game for at least two full quarters. I was proud of our second-team defense."

Carey also made it through a second straight league game without the services of senior Destry Simpson, who injured his knee in the Sept. 27 game at Richfield.

"Total rest," and strengthening the muscles was the treatment for Simpson, who was Carey’s leading rusher with nearly 500 yards in four games, coach Kirkland said.

"Hopefully we’ll have Destry back to play just defense in the game at Dietrich," Kirkland said.

Running backs Robbie Ellsworth and Hennefer have "done a great job," in Simpson’s absence, the coach added. "We’ve been working on our running backs hitting and spinning and continuing to drive. Robbie does that very well," Kirkland said.

Against Shoshone, Carey’s balanced offense accounted for 230 rushing yards and 225 through the air. Robbie Ellsworth caught three passes for 107 yards and John Saili grabbed three aerials for 69 yards and a TD.

Bryson Ellsworth (8 tackles), Joseph Patterson (7) and Seth Adamson (7) led the charge for coach Lee Cook’s defense.

PANTHER NOTES—Amazingly, Carey has scored points in each of 24 quarters it has played this season….The Panther defense has nine consecutive shutout quarters and has allowed only one TD in the last 18 quarters of action.



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