Timberland stuck in mud against Washington

Timberland falls short to Washington 25-7 on Saturday.

9/1/12. Wentzville MO. After winning their season opener, Timberland was scheduled to face off against Washington in their second game Friday night. However due to tornado warnings caused by hurricane Isaac, the Wolves took on the Blue Jays on Saturday Morning.

With rain, wind, and a mud covered field, the Wolves fell short against the Blue Jays 25-7. To begin the game, the Wolves received the ball and were immediately held to a three and out by the Blue Jays defense. The teams battled back and forth without a single point to be scored in the first quarter. In the Second quarter the Blue Jays scored first off of an interception that was returned 33 yards for a touchdown. The 2 point conversion was good, making the score 8-0. Later in the half, Senior Washington RB Randall Flotte scored a 43 yard touchdown run to go up 15-0. A 30 yard field goal was made by Washington kicker Luke Hoemann to go into the half with Washington leading 18-0.

The Wolves came out strong in the second half forcing a fumble on the Washington 30 yard line. The Wolves recovered the ball and scored 6 plays later on a one yard touchdown run from Senior RB Lucas Jordan. In the fourth quarter the Blue Jays scored again on a one yard touchdown run to go up 25-7. The Washington defense shut out the Wolves for the rest of the half. The final score was Timberland 7, Washington 25.

The Wolves are now 1-1 on the season as they take on cross town rival Holt next Friday. The Wolves will play the Indians at 7:00 Friday at Scott Swofford Stadium.

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