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Titans Offense Flourishes in Fourth, Defeats Viewpoint

Anchored by Garcia, Smith, and Heimerl, stingy defense only gives up one touchdown.

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Quaterback Blake Cabot runs through the action to score a touchdown.

Quaterback Blake Cabot runs through the action to score a touchdown.

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Quaterback Blake Cabot runs through the action to score a touchdown.

Michael Baldocchi, Reporter

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The Titans varsity football team scored 21 points in an explosive fourth quarter against the visiting Viewpoint Patriots Friday night, winning their third game in a row, 41-12.

The final score was not indicative of the slow start by the Titans offense.

“Obviously we faced some difficulty in the beginning,” said head coach Mike Hobbie, “but after, I definitely saw a different mindset within uswe were not going to lose this game.”

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Beau Hobbie, Junior running back, runs with the ball to score one touchdowns of the night.

Senior Quarterback Blake Cabot and Junior Beau Hobbie, who have been a deadly offensive duo throughout the season, both had monstrous performances.

Cabot was 10 of 19 for 119 yards, throwing two touchdowns, and two interceptions. He also bolstered the Titans’ rushing attack, carrying 18 times for 145 yards, and three touchdowns.  

Hobbie carried for one touchdown, and had 156 rushing yards on 13 carries.

It wasn’t just Hobbie who felt the Titans were sluggish offensively until the fourth quarter.

“Something was definitely wrong in the beginning of the game,” junior Jackson Wendling said. “Mentally we were absent but then found a way to pick it up.”

Junior wide receiver Jake Leftwich scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, while junior Sean Richardson scored on a game-high 57-yard reception.

Senior Gresyson Garcia, and juniors Wheeler Smith and Keaton Heimerl anchored the defense. The three had a combined 26 tackles, and helped hold the Patriots to only one touchdown and two field goals.

“Me and all the coaches are very pleased with our performance, and we just hope to improve on it next week,” Hobbie said.

The Titans hope to make it four wins in a row Friday night at home against the Bell Gardens Lancers.

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Titan Defense hits hard, as they hold off the Viewpoint offense.

 

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