Effingham's JV Squad Still Perfect

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Published on October 16 2012 10:21 am
Last Updated on October 16 2012 12:36 pm
Written by Millie Lange


MOUNT ZION -- Effingham's junior varsity football team traveled to Mount Zion and came away with its record still perfect.

The Hearts lost the lead briefly in the third quarter, falling behind 28-24. However the offense rallied for two more scores and the defense produced two take-a-ways with interceptions by Brandon Loy and the last one by Matt Wohltman with Mount Zion trying to punch it in from the Effingham six-yard line late in the fourth quarter.

Kevin Daugherty had a big night passing, completing 12 of 20 passes for 268 yards two seven different receivers. He also rushed eight times for 45 yards and two touchdowns. Trent Barnhart and Matt Wohltman also found the end zone on the ground and Trevor Colclasure caught a pass right before half and scored from 45 yards out to account for the other touchdown.

Effingham runs it's JV record to 7-0 and travels to Mahomet-Seymour Monday to finish the season.

At Mount Zion

Effingham          16      8    8    6    --    38

Mount Zion          0    14   14    0    --    28

Passing -- Kevin Daugherty 12 of 20, 268 yards, 1 touchdown

Receiving -- Tritt Rush 1 for 4 yards, Trent Barnhart 1 for 14, Tyler Myers 3 for109, Matt Wohltman 3 for 67, Payton Bushue 1 for 9, Dylan Wolfe 2 for 20, Trevor Coleclasure 1 for 45, 1 touchdown

Rushing -- Kevin Daugherty 8 for 64 yards, 2 touchdowns, Tritt Rush 4 for 15, Trent Barnhart 1 for 25, 1 touchdown, Tyler Myers 3 for 21, Kayne Verdeyen 1 for 4, Matt Wohltman 2 for 8, 1 touchdown. Total -- 19 for 118 yards, 4 touchdowns

Tackles -- Kayne Verdeyen, 2 solo/1 assist/3 total, Trent Barnhart 0/1/1, Joe Nieman 1/2/3, Dylan Depoister 0/1/1, Tim Ahillen 1/1/2, Brandon Loy 5/4/9, interception, Payton Bushue 2/2/4, Andy Lustig 5/6/11, Trevor Murphy 4/0/4, Matt Wohltman 1/1/2, interception, Dylan Wolfe 4/4/8, Wyatt Kahley 2/0/2, fumble recovery, Trevor Coleclasure 2/0/2, Jeff Beasley 0/3/3, Tritt Rush 0/2/2, Jordan Demers 0/1/1, Alec Stevenson 1/2/3, Dalton Beam 0/1/1