Football 2B: Riverhawks beaten by Loggers in ranked match | Soccer
After that, the Loggers scored two more times, a Marshall Haight touchdown run from 2 yards and a Kolby Mozingo score from 10 yards, before Toledo found the end zone in the fourth quarter.
The Riverhawks finally connected on a passing game, a 37-yard drive from Wyatt Nef to Carson Olmstead, and Nef finished the job with a one-yard touchdown dive. Toledo’s celebration was short-lived, however, when Haight made the next transfer 48 yards from home to glean any chance of a comeback.
Onalaska’s opportunistic defense knocked out Nef three times, all by Talley, who credited the Loggers’ game plan for stopping Toledo’s much-vaunted rushing and passing offense.
“We just got together, we clicked, it’s just starting to click for us,” he said. “We read everything, we felt it, it was good.”
Toledo’s running game, which has consistently beaten teams with three dangerous runners in Nef, Geoffrey Glass and Justin Filla, was thwarted by the Loggers’ defense. The Riverhawks rushed for 144 rushing yards, and Nef was just 4 for 17 for 45 yards and three interceptions.
Shoot a blocked punt and a punt return touchdown, and you won’t win a lot of games, Christensen said.
“We have to learn from it, that’s all you can do,” he said. “You get your butt kicked and you either learn from it or you get your butt kicked and you don’t learn from it and it’s just wasted effort at this point. a movie. In a victory we learn, in a loss we learn and we move forward and become a better football team because of it. “