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Indians Earn First-Round Playoff Win

In the first round the the 2018 high school football play-offs, the St. Francis Indians turned in a dominating performance versus the Stockton Tigers on Thursday, October 25. In a game played on Greene Field in St. Francis, the Indians shut-out the Tigers 46-0. The Tigers did not earn a first down in the contest while the Indians exploded for 30 2nd-quarter points to end the game at half-time due to the 45-point rule.

Stockton won the coin toss and elected to receive. Brady Beougher (175 lb. Sr. quarterback) returned the kick to the Tiger's 30 yard line where he was tackled by Tiernan Poling and Brady Dinkel. On the first play from scrimmage, the Tigers ran Jalen Basart (195 lb. Sr.) into the middle of the line. The carry was stopped by Adam Krien and Cody Baxter for no gain. Basart tried the left side on the next play with the same result. A third-down pass from Beougher fell incomplete. Facing 4th-&-10, the Tigers punted the football.

Brady Dinkel returned the punt to the St. Francis 20 yard line and then carried the football on a dive into the middle earning 2 yards. Jordan Raby tried the right side on the next play earning 4 yards. Two more Raby carries resulted in a first down at the Indian 38. Raby gained only 1 yard on the following snap, but scored a 41-yard touchdown right up the middle on second down. Raby also ran for the conversion points. With 7:54 showing on the first-quarter clock, St. Francis led 8-0.

Brady Dinkel's kick-off went out-of-bounds, and the Tigers elected to have a re-kick. Dinkel's next kick sailed into the end-zone for a touchback. On the opening play of the drive, Beougher passed to Leighton Colburn (140 lb. So.) in the left flat gaining 5 yards. It would be one of the best plays the Tigers would have in the game.  Beougher's pass intended for Jace Hull (180 lb. So.) on 2nd-down was well-defended by Tiernan Poling and fell incomplete. Beougher ran the right side on third-down earning three yards before the play ended with a tackle by Poling and Hunter Helton. Facing 4th-&-2 deep in their own territory, the Tigers punted for the second time.

Brady Dinkel returned the punt, but an illegal block penalty on the Indians backed them up to their own 14. On the next play, a run by Jordan Raby, a holding penalty backed the Indians up even more. St. Francis was now on their own 10. Raby's next carry resulted in a 15-yard gain and a first down at the 25. The next play, a carry by Raby over the right side, gained 5 before a tackle by Coburn ended the run. After a Dinkel carry around the left end was stopped for no gain, Raby tried the right side. An illegal shift penalty on the Indians erased the gain and made the situation 4th-&-9 at the 27. On the next play, the Dinkel attempted a pass to Cody Baxter that fell incomplete. A holding penalty on the Tigers gave the Indians a new set of downs at the SF 37. Dinkel ran to the right earning 9 yards before being tackled by Troy Rogers (180 lb. So.). Raby carried for a first down on the next play. Two Dinkel carries earned a total of 6 yards; and on third down, Dinkel passed to Richard Johnson in the end zone. The apparent touchdown was erased by another SF penalty; this one, an illegal shift. Dinkel's powerful run on the the ensuing play earned the Indians a first down at the Tiger 10 yard line. Two carries by Raby, one to the right and one in the middle, resulted in the second Indian touchdown of the game. Adam Krien pounded into the middle for the conversion points. With 1:31 left in the first period. St. Francis led 16-0.

Beougher return was stopped at the 10 yard line by Adam Krien's tackle. Cody Baxter tackled Beougher for a 6-yard loss on the first snap. A pass from Beougher to Kameron Hamel (140 lb. So.) ended immediately after the catch due to good coverage by Hunter Helton. On 3rd-&-12, Beougher was chased from the pocket by Jesse Baxter and Adam Krien and threw incomplete along the right sideline. On fourth down, the Tigers punted. The ball was downed at the SF 32 as the first quarter horn sounded.

The Indians fumbled the snap on their first play of the possession losing 8 yards. A carry by Dinkel over the left side picked up 5. On third down, Dinkel's pass to Conner Keller, wide-open on a fly pattern on the left sideline, resulted in a 50-yard touchdown with 10:58 on the 2nd-quarter clock. The conversion attempt failed. The Indians led 22-0.

Rogers returned the kick-off to the Stockton 28 where he was tackled by Adam Krien. On the next play, excellent pressure from Jesse Baxter and Adam Krien resulted in a Beougher scramble to the right side. The Tigers were penalized for intentional grounding on the play. Before the next snap, an illegal procedure penalty backed the Tigers up even more. Facing 3rd-&-30, Beougher tried the left side, but was stopped by Hunter Helton after a gain of only one. With Krien pressuring again, Beougher's roll-out to the right fell incomplete on the next play. Facing 4th-&-29, the Tigers punted yet again.

The ball came to rest on the SF 38. On the first play of the possession, Jordan Raby started right, cut left, and scored on a 42 yard touchdown. Cody Baxter carried around the left end for the conversion points. With 9:15 left in the first half, the margin had ballooned to 30-0.

St. Francis was off-side on the kick-off, so the ball was backed up 5 yards and re-kicked. Beougher returned the kick-off to the Tiger 24 yard line where he was tackled by Jayce Nider and Tiernan Poling. Cody Baxter met Basart for no gain on a carry around the right end. A keeper by Beougher earned 4 yards but ended when Hunter Helton ran the Tiger quarterback out-of-bounds. Beougher's third down carry ended with a tackle by Adam Krien, but was also good for three yards. On 4th-&-3, Elais Romero (155 lb Jr.) tried the middle of the defense and was stopped short of the line-to-gain.

St. Francis took over on downs at the Stockton 29. Jordan Raby earned 8 yards on a carry to the right side, and Shadryon Blanka banged for a first down with a hard run ending at the Tiger 13. Soon, Raby advanced the football to the 6 running over the right side. A tackle by Rogers prevented a score on the play. Brady Dinkel scored a 6-yard touchdown over the left side on the following play. Cody Baxter sprinted over the left side for the conversion points. The scoreboard showed 38-0.

Dinkel's kick-off sailed out of the end zone. Beginning at the 15, Stockton ran Rogers to the right. Jesse Baxter and Hunter Helton stopped the play for little gain. After a Stockton time-out at 5:55, Beougher ran a keeper to the left earning several yards. On 3rd-&-3, Cody Baxter sacked Beougher before he could get set to pass. The Tigers were penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct on the play. Facing 4th-&-17, the Tigers punted the ball away.

Brady Dinkel returned the punt to the Tiger 16 yard line where he was tackled by Gage Conyac (210 lb. Jr.). On the next snap, Dinkel scored on a 16-yard touchdown run over the left side. Cody Baxter ran for the conversion. With 5:22 left in the half, St. Francis led 46-0.

Tiernan Poling tackled Beougher at the 15 on the kick return. Stockton took a time-out before the first play of the series; a run by Trenton Howell (145 lb. Jr.). Cody Baxter tackled Howell for a 1-yard loss. After an incomplete pass, Trevor Miller (145 lb. Jr.) was sacked by Jayce Nider at the 6 yard line. On 4th-&-19, the Tigers punted. The punt was short and went out-of-bounds on the right side.

With many substitute players seeing action, the Indians went to work again. Kobe Tice earned 9 yards on a good run over the left side. Josiah Sims nearly scored on the next play, but stumbled falling short of the goal. A holding penalty on the Indians erased the good gain. Unfortunately, on the next play, the Indians fumbled, and the Tigers recovered at their own 27 with 3:02 left in the half.

Beougher's carry to the left ended in a one-yard loss due the a tackle by Cody Baxter. A 2nd-down pass from Beougher to Hamel was compete, but resulted in no gain due to good coverage by Shadryon Blanka. After a 5-yard gain by Basart, the Tigers punted for the 7th time in the half.

St. Francis ran out the clock by kneeling in victory formation for two snaps. The Indians advanced to the Regional play-off game with a 46-0 spanking of the Stockton Tigers. 

The Indians will play Victoria, in St. Francis, on Friday, November 2. Kick-off is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Victoria advanced to the Regional contest with a 34-28 victory over Wichita County. To view the playoff bracket, click this link.

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