Multiple Teams · North Farmington High School Varsity Football beat Rochester High School 22-12


Friday, September 11, 2015

7:00 PM

Rochester High School
AWAY
12

North Farmington High School
HOME
22

Game Recap

The Raiders earned their second victory Friday night by defeating the Falcons of Rochester by a score of 22-12. Defensive highlights include a 60 yard interception for a touchdown by Jared Fish, and 8 tackles, 4 assists and 2 tackles for loss by Mike Knox.
The line and running backs shined on the offensive side of the ball with over 300 yards rushing. Eric Mixon led the rushing attack with 208 yards on 20 attempts, 2 touchdowns and a successful 2 point conversion.

Box Scores

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Rochester

12

North Farmington

7

15

Game Summary

1Q

Only two offensive possessions in the firs quarter, both ending in punts. Rochester moved the ball during the first quarter; however the defense held Rochester's offense out of the end zone.

2Q

Early in the second quarter, Jared Fish had a 60 yard touchdown interception to get the Raiders on the scoreboard. Nathan Loussia's pat was successful. The Raider defense continued to hold the Falcons out of the end zone and the half ended 7-0.

3Q

The Falcons scored with 4:45 to go in the 3rd quarter on a 13 yard quarterback scramble; the pat was unsuccessful leaving the Raiders with a one point lead. The Falcons then took the lead when QB, Thomas Loftus connected RB, Sam Wolfe with a 12 yard touchdown reception. The Falcons failed on the 2-point conversion as Nathan Penny pressured the QB and Jared Fish knocked down the pass attempt. The quarter ended with the Falcons leading by five 12-7.

4Q

The Raiders answered early in the 4th quarter as Eric Mixon scored on an 18 yard run and then he added 2 additional points on a the successful 2 point conversion run. The Raiders led 15-12 with 10:31 remaining in the game.
The last score of the game occurred with 2:27 to go when Eric Mixon added a second touchdown run of one yard and a successful PAT by Loussia giving the Raiders a 22-12 victory.