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Regis Rolls by Blanchet 27-0

Ranked #2 by 3A Coaches, the Regis Rams defense completely smothered the offense of the Blanchet Cavaliers, ranked #6 by 2A Coaches.

 

Perhaps the Rams had extra motivation from the artistry found on the walls at Regis this week, or perhaps it was seeing last year’s team mate, Tate Sanders, playing as a QB/LB for Blanchet.   Either way or otherwise, the Rams were well motivated to produce a shutout.

 

Q1

 

Following a good return of the opening kickoff, Blanchet had a third and 6 on the Ram 41 when QB Tate Sanders ran for 10 and a first down on the Ram 31.  On second and 10, a Sanders pass was intercepted by the Ram’s Jason Gower on the Ram 15.  This ended Blanchet’s best offensive drive of the night.

 

Regis got 3 first downs on the subsequent drive which featured a 44 yard run by Jake Obersinner.  On second and goal on the 8, QB Dylan Bochsler tossed a strike to Derek Piete for a TD with 5:15 left.  The PAT kick by Piete was good for a 7 – 0 Ram lead.

 

On the Stayton field next door was the game between 2A Central Linn and 2A Santiam.  Santiam’s Mike Adee scored a TD for Santiam.

 

Blanchet got a couple of first downs on their next drive, with the aid of face mask and off-sides penalties called on Regis.  However, Blanchet eventually punted.

 

The quarter ended with the Rams having fourth and 4 on the Cav’s 49.

 

Q2

 

The Rams decided to go for it on fourth and 4 on the Cav’s 49, and the Blanchet defense stopped the Ram’s Ryan Tuss for no gain.

 

Following a first down run by Scott Tennant, the Cavaliers had third and 7 on the Ram 35.  Two catchable passes to receivers were dropped, and the Rams got the ball on downs.  A Blanchet coach was heard yelling, “Someone’s got to make a play!”

 

Following a first down and then a couple of illegal block in the back penalties, the Rams punted.

 

On fourth and 15, Blanchet punted.

 

Next door at the CL-Santiam game, Santiam’s Mike Adee had scored another TD.

 

With 4:08 left in the half, the Rams started a drive on their own 42.  Assisted by a couple of off-sides penalties called on Blanchet, the Rams had first and 10 on the Blanchet 33 with 1:45 left.  A Bochsler pass was then intercepted by Blanchet.

 

Blanchet punted with 0.29 left, and then the Rams two running plays ran out the clock. 

 

Regis led 7-0 at the half.

 

The first half was filled with some very hard hitting by both team’s defenses.  The difference in the game up to this point was Obersinner.

 

Unofficially at the half, Regis had 5 first downs while Blanchet had 4.  Both teams had one interception.  Both teams had failed once on fourth down tries.  The Rams had been penalized for 40 yards, and the Cavaliers for 10 yards.  The Rams had rushed 21 times for 128 net yards (72 by Jake Obersinner on 7 carries), and Blanchet had rushed 17 times for 39 net yards (23 by Scott Tennant on 9 carries).  The Ram’s Bochsler completed 2 passes of 6 attempts with one TD pass and one INT.  The Cavalier’s had no completions in 5 attempts and one INT.

 

Q3

 

Following the kickoff, the Ram’s Obersinner ran in a TD from the Ram 23, but it was called back on an illegal block in the back penalty.  The Rams subsequently drove to the Blanchet 13, getting 3 first downs along the way and bolstered by a 32 yard run by Obersinner.  However, Blanchet’s Sean McAndrew recovered a fumbled snap to give the Cavalier’s defense a red-zone stop. 

 

And on the field next door at the CL-Santiam game, Santiam’s Mike Adee had scored another TD.

 

Blanchet punted on fourth and 18 following a 3-down series that included a QB sack by the Ram’s Jack Hafner.

 

The Rams started on the 39 of Blanchet, and got a first down on the 26.  On fourth and less than a yard, the Ram’s Gower scored on a 17 yard TD run with 0:51 left in the third.  The PAT kick by Piete sailed wide left and short.  Regis-13, Blanchet-0.

 

And on the field next door at the CL-Santiam game, Santiam’s Mike Adee had scored another TD.

 

Blanchet started the next drive on their own 20.  Blanchet punted on fourth and 12 following a 3-down series featuring 2 dropped passes.  Once again but with more frustration, a Blanchet coach was heard yelling, “Someone’s got to make a play tonight!”

 

The Rams got another short-field start on the Blanchet 44.  Following a first down on the Blanchet 31, Obersinner ran in another TD that was called back for illegal block in the back.  On fourth and 3 on the Blanchet 24, Gower ran for a first down on the Blanchet 3.    Obersinner then scored the 3 yard TD with 0:51 left in the third.  The PAT kick by Piete was good.  Regis-20, Blanchet-0.

 

Q4

 

Following a muffed catch of the kickoff, Blanchet started the next drive on their own 12.  As the third quarter rolled into the fourth, Blanchet punted on fourth and 12 following a 3-down series featuring 2 more dropped passes by receivers and a 5 yard penalty for illegal motion.

 

And for the third straight series, the Rams got a short-field start this time on the Blanchet 39.  Obersinner ran for a first down on the 24.  Blanchet’s Cody Taylor got a QB sack, and then the Ram’s Bochsler scrambled to set up a fourth and 4 on the 33.  Hafner ran for a first down on the Blanchet 5 yard line with 9:10 left in the game.  Obersinner ran in the TD on the next play, and the PAT kick by Piete was good.  Regis-27, Blanchet-0.

 

With first and 10 on their own 27, Blanchet fumbled the snap and Regis’ Ryan Tuss recovered it on the 24.

 

On fourth and 6, the Rams attempted a field goal that fell short in the end zone for a touchback.

 

The Rams started liberal use of reserve players.  Blanchet eventually completed 2 passes to Brandon Fitzpatrick.  The teams exchanged punts, and time ran out with Blanchet driving on the Ram 35.

 

Salute the Regis Ram gang-green defense that held Blanchet’s offense to minus 12 net yards for most of the second half.  The Cavaliers did not get a second-half first down until there was less than 4:00 minutes left in the game.

 

Final Score: Regis-27, Blanchet-0.

 

Next door, the Santiam Wolverine’s Mike Adee eventually had 220 yards rushing, and 4 TD’s supporting a 38-14 win over the Central Linn Cobras.  Santiam hosts Blanchet on November 3 in a game that may determine a playoff spot from the 2A Tri-River Conference.

 

Blanchet Cavaliers         0  0   0  0 - 0

Regis Rams                  7  0 13  7 - 27

 

Unofficially, I had the Rams with 49 rushing plays for 326 yards.  Obersinner had 120 yards on 14 carries and 2 TDs.  Rams QB Bochsler was 2 for 6 for 9 yards with one TD and one INT (all in the first half).  Any pass plays by Regis in the second half were nullified by penalties.  The Rams were penalized 7 times for 65 yards, including 4 illegal block in the back flags.

 

Blanchet had only 8 net yards rushing in the second half, for a total of 47 for the entire game.  Blanchet QB’s were 2 for 14 for 30 yards and one INT.  That is a total of only 77 net yards of offense for Blanchet for the entire game, and only 38 in the second half.  Blanchet was penalized 4 times for 30 yards.  Dropped passes by Blanchet receivers were a serious problem for the Cavaliers in this game.

 

The quote of the day: “Someone’s got to make a play tonight!”

 

For Regis, Obersinner did just that.

 

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