Shen runs past CBA 41-0 in AA semifinal
Shenendehowa senior running back BillY Beach looks to cut back into a seam Friday night against CBA in the Section II Class AA semifinal at Brent T. Steuerwald Stadium.
“I give credit to the whole offensive line, if you talk to the running backs, talk to the quarterback it’s all about the line up front on both sides of the football.”
And then quarterback Brody Vincenzi just had to toss the ball to Beach and watch the action flow in front of him.
“Billy’s got great vision, he’s a great running back,” Clawson said. “He’s very patient, but once he finds that seam he’s got great acceleration through the hole.”
Then when needed, Vincenczi
put in some overtime before the first half was over as the Plainsmen worked on its clock management set, creating a 60yard scoring drive with just 76 seconds left on the clock.
“We had a running game plan, but when we got the football back we were thinking about just sitting on it because we had a 21-point lead,” Clawson said. “We got the ball back at midfield and said ‘Let’s go for it, let’s work on our two-minute drill.’
“We started running it, using the sidelines, getting out of bounds, we executed at the end so that was a really big boost going into halftime and then we got the ball in the second half and punched another one in.”
Vincenzi hit Dyvante Terrelonge and Beach with three passes along the sideline for 32-yard gains and also stop the clock before Beach ran the final two yards for his fourth TD of the night.
The remainder was just another day at the office for the Plainsmen.
“I feel like if we do our jobs this is the result we expect, if we do what we have to do and execute like the way we know we can this was an expected result,” Beach said. “We can’t celebrate too much, haven’t really accomplished much yet and we’ll just work to get another win next week.”
The CBA offense sputtered throughout the night versus Shen as quarterback Tyler Fort is unable to gain any ground versus teh Shen defense, tackled by Jaysiah Woodrow (48).