Sunday, October 31, 2010

Big Plays try to Revive lackluster D5

but they're falling behind...

Polar Bears are basically in command after scoring the downwind at half and then converting the upwinder after a short-field turnover mistake from D5. That made it 10-7 and grim looking for D5. Several big plays from Justin Segool, a d-block in the Polar Bears attacking endzone, a hammer reception and hammer goal catch get them the upwinder, but then Polar Bears come right back with Liu for the goal up-wind to negate the advantage.

Once that happens they make the downwinder break conversion count and its 12-8 for "da Bears" now.

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