By Taylor Eldridge
Wellington made a pretty clear statement in this victory, its second of the season: they are for real. The offense racked up 400 yards of offense, the defense came up with three turnovers and the Crusaders are 2-0 on the season.
Wellington’s defense is what impressed me the most tonight. Especially in the first half where Andover Central had four drives enter Crusader territory, yet all four ended in no points. The Jaguars kind of shot themselves in the foot with some silly mistakes and that is to be expected with an inexperienced team.
But anyway, I had a long night in Wellington and I’m too tired to post much else. Might update it tomorrow. Enjoy the stats. If you want the play-by-play or anything, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks
Time Of Possession9:529:4819:40
Time Of Possession14:0814:1228:20
Here’s the drive sheet I took too:
8:17139W718TURNOVER ON DOWNS
4:11144A739TURNOVER ON DOWNS
4:40420A728TURNOVER ON DOWNS
0:36425A420END OF GAME
2:08248W842END OF HALF
3:37341W949TURNOVER ON DOWNS