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The Adams County Record Council Football Wednesday, September 12,2012 Page 13 Lumberjacks go Badger Huntin' BY LAURA PERKINS The Lumberjacks hit the ground running Friday night when they took on the Powder Valley Badgers, scoring almost immediately with their first possession of the game. Nate Henderson, who would be the lead scorer of the evening, made his first touchdown early in the 1st quarter. Nate's second touchdown came after capitalizing on a Powder Valley fumble. With 4 minutes left in the 1st quarter, the Badgers didn't want to give up that easily, and scored 6 off of a nice pass. But the Lumberjacks refused to the Badgers. let them score the extra The second half point, proved to be just as Powder Valley would exciting as the first, score with a 73 yard with the Lumberjacks run at the beginning showing .some very - N, of the 2nd quarter, but tough defense. Several then suffered from goal line attempts by turnovers at the hands the Badgers early in of the Lumberjacks. the 3rd quarter did net One of the turnovers, Powder Valley one last an'interception by Cody touchdown. Shelton, was followed It was all Lumbe.rjacks up with a nice run by after that. Time and Daniel Cameron and time again, the Badgers resulted in a touchdown would find themselves by Nate Henderson in scoring position only right before the half. to be denied by the Powder Valley would Lumberjack's defense. get the ball back, but Nate Henderson had-his the Lumberjacks longest run of the night intercepted again and in the 3rd quarter when stopped all advances by he scored one of his 5 touchdowns with a 71 yard run, for a total of 158 yards rushing. Coach Dan Shumway said: "They're starting to play together as a team. They improved from last week and showed much better defense - they're tackling better and the younger kids really stepped up." Overall, the Lumberjacks showed skills on both sides of the ball and a real team effort with several players making notable stats.- Corbin Hedges had 3 receptions for 51 yards, 1 touchdown, 13 tackles (4 unassisted) and 1 interception. Casey DeHaas had 58 5 touchdowns and 2 rushing yards, and 6 conversions. Mick assisted tackles. Daniel Wilson put on a good Cameron had 23 yards show, completing 7 of of rushing, 7 tackles (3 14 passes for 141 yards unassisted), and 1 sack. and 2 touchdowns. Mick The freshmen did also rushed for 170 their part with Jared yards and had 8 tackles Neal rushing for (2 unassisted) and 1 29 yards, making a sack. touchdown in the 4th "The big test comes quarter, along with 2 this week when we play successful conversions. Tri-Valley. It's our first Harry Ludwig had 4 league game and Tri; tackles (3 unassisted). Valley always comes C0dy Shelton had 13 out to play us," says tackles (6 unassisted) Coach Shumway. The and 2 interceptions. Lumberjacks will play Nate Henderson had on Tri-Valley's field in an amazing night with Cambridge on Friday 158 yards of rushing, 2 night, September 14th at receptions for 67 yards, 7:00 PM. 8 tackles (3 unassisted), Mick Wilson passes to one of hi8 favorite receivers, Nate Henderson. The Meadows Valley Community Foundation would like to thank the many generous sponsors of the events comprising the 2012 Meadows Valley Days. This year's Labor Day weekend celebration was a welb attended success! Thank you to our Logging Show sponsors: The Adams County Record, KDZY, C & M Lumber, McCall Rental, Battery Universe - Steve Berry, Turning Point Chevron, Evergreen Forest Products, ].I. Morgan, Leonard Wallace, Barron Loper, Wes Woodie, and The Connection, Philip and ]ulie Good. 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