The East Atchison Wolves Football Team travelled to Stewartsville, Missouri, on Friday, September 30, 2016. The Wolves lost to the Cardinals 52-68.
Garrett Meyer made the first touchdown of the game on an eight yard pass from Jake McEnaney. Shae DeRosier ran for the two-point conversion. Stewartsville answered with a touchdown and two-point conversion.
Shae DeRosier scored a touchdown for the Wolves on a five yard run, but the two-point conversion failed, and the Wolves led 14-8.
Stewartsville scored two touchdowns and added 14 points to the scoreboard, taking the lead 24-14 at the end of the first quarter.
Gage McAdams scored two touchdowns for the Wolves in the second quarter – once on a two yard run and again on a 27 yard run. Both two-point conversions failed. Stewartsville added 24 points, making the score 26-48 at the half.
East Atchison outscored Stewartsville in the third quarter. Garrett Meyer caught a 13 yard pass from Jake McEnaney for a touchdown, but the kick failed. Gage McAdams scored on a 12 yard run, and Shae DeRosier ran the two-point conversion. Stewartsville added six points to their total. The third quarter ended with the Wolves at 40, and Stewartsville at 54.
Shae DeRosier scored on a five yard run and Garrett Meyer scored on a 44 yard pass from Jake McEnaney. Both two-point conversions failed. Each team added 16 points to their score in the fourth quarter, with Stewartsville winning the contest 68-52.
Jake McEnaney completed 13 out of 22 passes for a total of 171 yards. Garrett Meyer was one for one on passes for 30 yards.
Gage McAdams led the Wolves in rushing, with 134 yards. Jake McEnaney had 42 yards and Briacin Bywater had four yards.
Receiving yardage was as follows: Garrett Meyer, 105; Gage McAdams, 56; and Gus Hurst, 2.
Mason Straub led the Wolves in tackles with 6, followed by Shae DeRosier with 5. Also adding tackles were: Gage McAdams, 4; Conner Marshall, 3; Keevan Baker, 2; Jake McEnaney, 2. Adding one tackle each were Jayce Navin, Andrew Gibbons, Briacin Bywater, Garrett Meyer, and Gus Hurst.
E.A. had 82 plays vs. Stewartsville’s 57. The Wolves’ yardage was 424 (201 passing and 223 rushing) vs. Stewartsville’s 408 (140 passing and 268 rushing). The Wolves also had 27 first downs, compared to Stewartsville’s 19. E.A. had two turnovers (one fumble lost and one interception), and had 15 penalties in the game. Stewartsville had five penalties.
The Wolves will travel to Stanberry this Friday, October 7. The game begins at 7 p.m.