WSNMS football defeats Monroeville 50-0

Published 1:27 pm Monday, October 17, 2011

In their final game of the season Thursday in Monroeville, the W.S. Neal Middle School football team ended with a 50-0 win over the Tigers to finish their season with a 5-2 record.
The Eagles racked up 488 total yards of offense with 414 on the ground and 74 in the air while holding the Tigers to 43 yards of total offense. All yards for Monroe County came on the ground.
Quenton Samuel accounted for four total touchdowns for the Eagles in the win with three rushing and one interception returned for a touchdown.
Malcolm Hawthorne added a rushing touchdown in the win and Lane Chavers connected for a 15-yard pass to Troy Lewis.
Samuel had 10 carries for 165 yards while Hawthorne had 127 yards on eight carries.
ā€œIā€™m very proud of the kids for their hard work and dedication to make this a successful season,ā€ W.S. Neal Middle School head coach Chuck Phillips said.
In the first quarter, Samuel scored on a 60-yard run while Hawthorne added the conversion to give W.S. Neal an early 8-0 lead. Troy Lewis scored the second Eagle touchdown on a 15-yard pass reception and Samuel added the two-point conversion as the Eagles went on top 16-0.
In the second quarter, Hawthorne added a 70-yard run to make the score 22-0 while Samuel would later score on a 50-yard run to give the Eagles a 28-0 lead at the half.
In the third quarter, Samuel scored on a 60-yard and TyShawn Davis added the conversion to give the Eagles a 36-0 lead.
Samuel would later give W.S. Neal a 42-0 lead as he scored on a 30-yard run.
In the fourth, Davis scored on a 5-yard run and LaDre Lawson added the conversion to give the Eagles a 50-0 win.
Along with Samuel and Hawthorne, DaQuain Kiser had 41 yards on four carries and Dakota Graves added 31 yards on three carries. Derrick Barton had 14 yards on two carries and J.T. Lane had 16 yards on one carry. Chavers added 18 yards on four carries and Davis had 16 yards on three carries and one touchdown.
Chavers was 3-for-4 passing with 60 yards and one touchdown and Hawthorne was 1-for-1 for 14 yards.

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