Turnovers, flags trip up Chester Cyclones in 37-26 loss to Woodruff Wolverines

Herald correspondentOctober 6, 2012 

— Ask any coach what they need to do to win, and they will say you can not have turnovers and penalties.

Chester had plenty of both during a 37-26 loss to Woodruff, especially in the first half as the Wolverines raced to a 31-6 halftime lead.

The Cyclones scored twice in the first six minutes of the fourth quarter to cut it to 37-26. Tommy Sanders found Jemarcus Moore wide open in the middle of the end zone for a 27-yard score and Lorenzo White dove in from two yards away.

Woodruff 37, Chester 22

Woodruff141760-37
Chester60614-26

Scoring Summary

W - Blake Bone 8 pass from Bryan Bailey (Taylor Green kick)

W - Bone 9 pass from Bailey (Green kick)

C - Lorenzo White 2 run (kick failed)

W - Hermundre Rutledge 9 pass from Bailey (Green kick)

W - Bone 33 pass from Bailey (Green kick)

W - Green 35 field goal

C - Darrell Rambert 4 run (run failed)

W - Rutledge 15 pass from Bailey (kick failed)

C - Jemarcus Moore 27 pass from Tommy Sanders (Sanders pass to Quan Caldwell)

C - White 1 run (pass failed)

Team Statistics

WoodruffChester
First downs1518
Rushes-yards27-104 47-134
Passing210204
Comp-Att-Int20-32-216-24-3
Fumbles-Lost1-01-0
Penalties6-708-74

Individual Statistics

Rushing - Woodruff: Rutledge 17-72, Issac Rice 5-40, Ben Beck 1-7, Bailey 2-(-4), Team 2-(-11). Chester: White 22-106, Rambert 13-87, Sanders 10-(-42), Caldwell 1-(-18).

Passing - Woodruff: Bailey 15-26-0-161, Beck 4-5-1-40, Theo Ryan 0-1-1-0. Chester: Sanders 16-24-3-204.

Receiving - Woodruff: Sid Wedman 5-45, Ryan 2-10, Braxton Keady 1-8, Bone 6-62, Rutledge 6-41, Christian Simmons 1-9. Chester: Jemarcus Moore 4-89, Melvin Jackson 2-41, White 3-15, Rambert 3-38, David Wright 1-5, Shyleim Wilson 1-5, Caldwell 1-9.

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