SCVNews.com | No. 3 Canyons Remains Undefeated with 34-14 Victory Over No. 15 Allan Hancock

Jesse Muñoz / COC Sports Information Director

Canyons’ Third College won the 15th Alan Hancock College at Cougar Stadium on Saturday with 34-14, eventually overcoming the slow start of finding rhythm and bending muscles.

Canyons (7-0, 2-0) and Alan Hancock (4-2, 1-1) kicked off in fine weather at 4 pm, two hours before the Cougars’ traditional start time.

AHC Ronald Selye intercepted the COC quarterback in Cthulhu’s first offensive play Colton Doyle With a deep shot aimed at Trebon Elliott, Return the ball to Hancock’s 34-yard line.

Bulldogs tried the first ball eight times and tried to run the ball from the beginning. AHC finished the drive with a 53-yard field goal attempt, but went far to the right and Canyons avoided turnover damage.

After a series of slow-moving drives from both teams, the COC wore an irregular combination of gold jersey and navy blue plants for the first time in program history, finishing the first quarter with no points for the first time this season.

Canyons, which occasionally adopted quarterback rotation on Saturday, finally got on board at 8:45 in the second quarter of the quarterback. Tooni Ikahihifo Wide receiver found Tiquan Gilmour It turned out to be a 40-yard touchdown pass after Gilmour passed through a herd of bulldog defenders. The PAT failed, but Canyons was on the board 6-0.

After the Cougars defense was forced to quickly make three outs, Doyle returned to the field, and two plays later delivered a 31-yard touchdown pass to the wide receiver. Zyon Slade.. Thai Morrison Converting the extra points, Canyons pushed the lead 13-0.

COC defense added linebacker next scoring play Call block He forced a fumble from Zidane Thomas, scooped up the ball and returned a score of 33 yards. PAT went 20-0 in favor of a cougar heading for half-time.

Brock was the power of the cougar all night, leading the team with 9 tackles, 1.5 tackles losses, and scoring play.

Linebacker Brian Snook Seven takedowns and loss efforts have added to these efforts. Jonathon Thomas recorded a loss of 18 yards per bag of Cougars, achieving a total of 5 tackles.

As a team, Canyons has registered the seven tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Dylan Vladenburg, Reggie Jones, Julian Salazar, Dajour Dixon When Max Begley Among the names credited with those stops. Patrick Guk I was active all night with 5 tackles.

Alan Hancock managed to limit Cougar’s attack in the opening half with a ball control attack that generated 192 yards on the ground and significantly slowed the game.

The Bulldogs held the ball for 37:45, won the bones of contention time, and made the only turnover, but couldn’t keep pace with the Canyons.

Doyle and the company regained their lead with a touchdown pass to Gilmour for the ninth season. Gilmour finished the game with three catches at 59 yards. Morrison’s PAT was good with a score of 27-0.

The scoring play by the cougar caused intense action on the scoreboard.

After two plays, AHC quarterback Christian Thiel found wide receiver Mike McCoy to return the bulldog to 27-7 in a 76-yard scoring play and advance to the third quarter at 4:14.

Then it was COC’s turn. Two plays came back later. Damon Banks Brought home his first carry in a 75-yard game to nail with a casket touchdown. And it scored 34-7 after another Morrison PAT.

The final result is no longer an issue, and Alan Hancock joined the game at 3:29 with the addition of a final gasping rush touchdown from BJ Jordan, moving the score to the 34-14 final.

Doyle finished the game with an efficient 13-of-17 with 157 yards and two touchdowns. He also hurried 28 yards. Ikahihifo was 4 to 9 with a touchdown of 76 yards.

Banks’ scoring run has positioned him as the top rusher in the game. He was followed by Dorian Mitchell, who finished 37 yards with five carries. Everything is the last drive in the game.

Wide receiver Andre Hunt When Calvin Little It was also useful for cougars. Little finished with 4 catches at 52 yards and Hunt caught 4 balls at 46 yards.

Canyons participated in the game ranked third in the latest California Community College Sports Information Association (CCCSIA) poll released on October 18. COC also checked in fourth in the JC Athletic Bureau Head Coach poll. Alan Hancock participated in the 15th place in the CCCSIA poll and the 11th place in the athletic bureau.

Cougar has now defeated five state-ranked opponents: Fullerton, Palomar, Riverside City, Bakersfield, and Alan Hancock University.

The COC’s defense ranks 17.6 points per contest in 11th place in the state. Unfortunately, Canyons ranks 10th in the state with an average of 39 points per game. Cougar has scored at least 34 points in all one contest.

Personally, Gilmour has received nine touchdowns, second in the state and eleventh at 517 yards.

Doyle holds the 12th place passmark at 1,383 yards in six games this season. His 15 pass touchdowns are in 9th place. These numbers go against just two interceptions.

Canyons will then head to East LA College on Saturday, October 30th for another SCFA National Division, Northern League Contest.Kick-off is scheduled for 6 pm

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