Lincoln Hornets buzzed their way through the whole game and stung each play along the way, beating Scripps Ranch Falcons on their Senior Night, the Falcons just couldn't keep flight.
First quarter, Lincoln was putting tons of pressure on the Falcons and forced them to punt multiple times. Lincoln had the ball now and Micah Edwards is the first on the board, of course, and the score is now 7-0 Hornets. A few plays later, Scripps Ranch with the ball and Lincoln Hornets get an interception but were not able to score off of it. They do however hand off to Micah Edwards again and he goes 10 yards, but the point attempt after was no good, 13-0 Hornets. Scripps with the ball now and the Hornets get another interception, but this time Alex Dumas keeps it and goes 62 yards to the end zone, point attempt after no good, Lincoln still up 19-0.
Second quarter, Micah Edwards starts it off once again and stumbles 6 yards to the end zone, 26-0 Hornets. Later on, Asante Artzog 73 yard touchdown pass to Da'Jon Thomas, 33-0 Hornets. Lincoln just keeps going and going and going! 32 yard touchdown run by Lamont Glenn and the score is not 40-0 Hornets. Micah Edwards goes 55 yards, and then another 25 yards.... final score, 54-6.
We have reached our final regular week of the football season and boy did it get here fast! This week we travel to the Ranch where the Falcons (3-6) will be hosting the Lincoln Hornets (5-4). It is senior night this Friday night for the Falcons, and they also will be hosting the Chargers foundation as they are being awarded with the Charger's Champions grant. If the Falcons pull a win, they would have a better chance of making playoffs.
In week 10 the Falcons unfortunately lost against the Mission Bay Buccaneers, but they still put some points on the board. Jordan Batts was the first to get on the board of either team with his one yard run. Followed by a 27 yard field goal, they were now on top. The Falcons opened up the next half with a safety, followed by two touchdowns, a 9 yard and a 4 yard pass from Trevor Scully to Joseph Duran. They tried and tried, but were unsuccessful in the end.
In week 10, Lincoln played Morse for the first time in years. The game was civilized and taken seriously by the teammates and those who watched. Lincoln was able to come to a victory, winning 34-25.
Who will make it to playoffs? Who will leave it all on the field and have to pick it all up next season? Tune in at 10:30pm to find out!