JOHNSTOWN — A sport that appeared like it will be a shootout rapidly become a lopsided affair Friday in Johnstown. Each groups traded touchdowns early within the sport, however the sport turned on a Nolan Wyrwas interception return for a landing. The defensive rating helped spark 36 unanswered factors by Central Cambria, because it ran away with a 42-14 street victory at Johnstown. Along with the interception, Hobbs Dill rushed for 4 touchdowns and 154 yards within the street victory.
Play of the sport: Johnstown was driving for the tying rating late within the first quarter. On third and eight from the Pink Devils 32 yard line, Trojans quarterback Symeon Kobal was flushed out of the pocket. He threw a cross large of his goal towards the sideline. Nolan Wyrwas intercepted the cross and returned it 75 yards for a landing that put the Pink Devils up 22-6, and Johnstown by no means responded.
Participant of the sport: Hobbs Dill led all rushers with 154 yards on 18 carries, with 4 touchdowns. He had scoring runs of three, 1, 19, and 1 yards. Dill additionally added two two-point conversions, and had one reception for 13 yards.
Unsung hero: The offensive and defensive traces had been the unsung hero for Central Cambria. The Central Cambria offensive line led the way in which for Dill’s 154 yard output, and helped the workforce run for 234 yards. The defensive position held the Trojans to 96 speeding yards on 28 working performs. Reece Werner added two sacks for the Central Cambria protection.
Most important statistic: After falling behind, Central Cambria rattled off 36 unanswered factors. Central Cambria turned a 14-6 lead right into a 42-6 lead, and a 42-14 remaining.
Central Cambria coach Shane McGregor: “The offensive line saved it rolling. It has been an excellent unit all yr. Although we’re coping with a number of accidents, they saved it rolling. Hobbs has been the exclamation level. He’s the playmaker. He’s the man who makes nice stuff occur.”
Johnstown coach Bruce Jordan: “He made an excellent play,” Johnstown head coach Bruce Jordan stated. “He made an excellent break on the ball.”
Information: Central Cambria (3-0), Johnstown (0-3).
Subsequent week: Central Cambria hosts Penn Cambria, Better Johnstown travels to Chestnut Ridge.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Central Cambria 22 6 14 0 — 42
Johnstown 6 0 0 8 — 14
CC–Dill Three run (kick failed), 8:11.
J–Yoder 2 run (kick blocked), 5:27.
CC–Wyrwas 16 cross from Little (Dill run), 3:44.
CC–Wywras 75 INT return (Dill run), 1:13.
CC–Dill 1 run (kick failed), 2:03.
CC–Dill 19 run (McGlynn kick), 9:13.
CC–Dill 1 run (McGlynn kick), 3:46.
J–Thomas 35 cross from Updyke (Updyke run), 5:37.
TEAM STATISTICS CC J
First downs 15 7
Whole yards 318 214
Rushes-yards 37-243 28-96
Yards passing 75 109
Passing (comp.-att.-int.) 5-7-1 6-19-2
Punts-avg. 1-35 4-47
Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-0
Penalties-yards 5-50 12-111
RUSHING–Central Cambria: Hobbs 18-154, L. Keiper 6-41, Wyrwas 2-21, Gillin 3-18, Villarrial 3-4, Iacono 3-4, C. Keiper 1-2, workforce 1-(-1). Johnstown: Yoder 9-66, Thomas 8-25, Updyke 2-11, Roebuck 1-11, Istvan 1-6, Kobal 7-(-23).
PASSING–Central Cambria: Little 4-4-0-61, Sheehan 1-2-0-14, No. Wyrwas 0-1-1-0. Johnstown: Kobal 5-15-2-74, Updyke 1-4-0-35.
RECEIVING–Central Cambria: Na. Wyrwas 2-40, No. Wyrwas 1-14, Dill 1-13, Gillin 1-8. Johnstown: Thomas 1-35, Yoder 2-28, Stephens 1-20, Tisinger 1-16, Michalides 1-10.