On Friday night, the Centerville Bulldogs football team traveled to Northeastern to take on the Knights in a TEC rivalry game. Both teams rode into tonight’s matchup with Week 5 wins!
The Bulldogs struck first and never looked back tonight as they blew past Northeastern by a score of 63-14. The Bulldogs defense came up huge again getting stop after stop limiting the Knights to only fourteen points.
Centerville was led by Ryan Dickenson’s four passing touchdowns and JaMari Pamplin’s three rushing touchdowns. JaMari & Ryan have been huge for the Bulldogs offense accounting for thirty-two total touchdowns for the team. Austin Snyder and Kollyn Peed also had rushing touchdowns on the night. On the receiving end, Javontae Pamplin led the team with two receiving touchdowns, Bryce Robertson had one, and Keegan Schloterbeck had one as well bringing his season total to seven receiving touchdowns. The Bulldogs defense was huge all night as each Bulldog made several key tackles and big stops!
Northeastern was led by quarterback Ashton Martin who threw for a touchdown, and ran for another. Ashton Martin connected with Josh Johnson for a twenty-two yard score to give the Knights their only points of the first half. Ashton Martin then ran one in from one yard out late in the fourth quarter giving the Knights their second score of the game. Alex Mikesell scored a two point conversion on a rush.
CENTERVILLE TOUCHDOWN STATS:
Ryan Dickenson – 4 Passing Touchdowns (22, 46, 29, 10 yard passes)
JaMari Pamplin – 3 Rushing Touchdowns (24, 10, 42 yard runs)
Keegan Schlotterbeck – 1 Receiving Touchdown (22 yard reception)
Javontae Pamplin – 2 Receiving Touchdowns (46, 29 yard receptions)
Bryce Robertson – 1 Receiving Touchdown (10 yard reception)
Austin Snyder – 1 Rushing Touchdown (3 yard run)
Kollyn Peed – 1 Rushing Touchdown (29 yard run)
NORTHEASTERN TOUCHDOWN STATS:
Ashton Martin – 1 Passing Touchdown (22 yard pass) / 1 Rushing Touchdown (1 yard run)
Josh Johnson – 1 Receiving Touchdown (22 yard reception)
Centerville (5-1, 5-0) will be back in action next week when they host Union County (3-2, 3-2) in a big TEC matchup. Northeastern (1-5, 1-4) will travel to take on Shenandoah (4-2).