Football: Krum cruises to 9-0 with 34-7 win over Sanger

Comments () A Text Size
Maegan Puetz/For the Denton Record-Chronicle
Krum's quarterback, Caz Wojciak, junior (5), avoids being tackled by Sanger's Heath Jones (63), during the first quarter on Friday, October 26, 2012, at Bobcat Stadium.
3 of 6 Previous Image Next Image

KRUM — A big third quarter and twin 100-yard rushing performances by running back Reed Flores and quarterback Caz Wojciak kept Krum unbeaten Friday night, as the Bobcats downed neighborhood rival Sanger 34-7 in District 9-3A action.

The Bobcats, 9-0 in their first season of UIL play, are 3-0 in the district and set for a title showdown next week at Gainesville. Win or lose then, Krum already has wrapped up the district’s top seed in the Class 3A small-school playoff bracket.

On a chilly night when Krum held a pregame salute for its 21 senior players, one of them — Flores — gained 171 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. Junior Wojciak added 114 yards and two TDs on 13 totes. Both players have topped 1,000 yards rushing for the season.

Sanger, staying winless at 0-8, fell to 0-2 in the district with games remaining against Bridgeport and Decatur.

The Indians battled the Bobcats yard for yard in the first half but gave up two easy scores after turnovers. Krum then outgained Sanger 176-35 in the third quarter — despite each team running 13 plays — and stretched a 14-0 halftime lead to 28-0.

Brandon Mann quarterbacked Sanger to its lone points, scoring from 14 yards out on the first play of the fourth quarter, and the Indians recovered an onside kick on the next play. But a bad shotgun snap and the Krum defense pushed Sanger back, and the Bobcats thwarted a fake punt attempt.

Flores scored on a 16-yard run with 9:02 left for the game’s final points.

Krum was penalized eight times for 110 yards and Sanger 14 for 150, so momentum was rare for either team.

Morgan Spraberry’s interception of a Wyatt Broxson pass for Sanger left Krum needing to go only 12 yards to score first, on a Flores’ run from a yard out late in the first quarter. Just before halftime, the Bobcats followed up Dylan Coffins’ fumble recovery and 18-yard return with a 10-yard score by Wojciak.

A 42-yard run by Flores preceded Wojciak’s 9-yard score midway through the third quarter, and a 62-yard run by Jake Fleckenstein made it 28-0 Krum with 3:06 left in the third.

Krum 34, Sanger 7

Sanger

0

0

0

7

7

Krum

7

7

14

6

34

 

SCORING SUMMARY

FIRST QUARTER

K — Reed Flores 1 run (Morgan Spraberry kick), 0:30.

SECOND QUARTER

K — Caz Wojciak 10 run (Spraberry kick), 0:27.

THIRD QUARTER

K — Wojciak 9 run (Spraberry kick), 5:41.

K — Jake Fleckenstein 62 run (Spraberry kick), 3:06.

FOURTH QUARTER

S — Brandon Mann 14 run (Kyle Johnson kick), 11:54.

K — Flores 16 run (kick failed), 9:02.

 

TEAM STATISTICS

 

S

 K

First Downs

16

18

Rushing

45-146

44-386

Passing

8-15-1

1-5-1

Passing Yards

78

9

Total Yards

224

395

Fumbles-Lost

6-1

2-2

Punts-Avg.

5-32.8

1-26.0

Penalties

14-150

8-110

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing — S: Derek Shelby 2-7, Brandon Mann 15-35, Will Carter 1-15, Kion Evans 4-51, Wyatt Broxson 8-21, Team 3-(-17), Tanner Thomas 1-0, Dylan Hennen 11-34; K: Reed Flores 21-171, Caz Wojciak 13-114, Brennan Ellis 6-31, Jake Fleckenstein 3-71, Team 1-(-1).

Passing – S: Broxson 5-11-1-60, Mann 3-4-0-18; K: Wojciak 1-5-1-9.

Receiving — S: Thomas 3-35, Devin Teeters 2-25, Houston Wyatt 1-13, Evans 1-10, Hennen 1-(-5); K: Zack Hughes 1-9.


Comments
DentonRC.com is now using Facebook Comments. To post a comment, log into Facebook and then add your comment below. Your comment is subject to Facebook's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service on data use. If you don't want your comment to appear on Facebook, uncheck the 'Post to Facebook' box. To find out more, read the FAQ .
Copyright 2011 Denton Record-Chronicle. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.