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Campbell County 36 Newport Central Catholic 33 (Frosh)


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NCC fought hard and had a 3 point lead with around 2 mins left in the game. CCHS went 50 yards in less than 2 mins for the go ahead score. NCC failed to score with 20 seconds left in the game as #85 for CCHS knocked down a last second pass attempt from Eric Anderson to an open NCC receiver. Was a sensational play by the Camel defender. Scoring for the Breds, Luke Keus, Peyton Davis and Jacob Smith. There were a few bad calls that went in favor of the Camels that was the difference in the game. NCC had their first TD run called back due to a phantom block in the back. CCHS was able to pick up a crucial 1st down in the second half when on a dropped snap on a punt, the punter scrambled to his right and heaved the ball down field. NCC was flagged for pass interference, which was the right call, but the illegal lineman down field was missed on this play. It's a shame when someone other than the players on the field decide the outcome, no matter what level of competition it is. Both teams fought extremely hard and it was a very good game.

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NCC fought hard and had a 3 point lead with around 2 mins left in the game. CCHS went 50 yards in less than 2 mins for the go ahead score. NCC failed to score with 20 seconds left in the game as #85 for CCHS knocked down a last second pass attempt from Eric Anderson to an open NCC receiver. Was a sensational play by the Camel defender. Scoring for the Breds, Luke Keus, Peyton Davis and Jacob Smith. There were a few bad calls that went in favor of the Camels that was the difference in the game. NCC had their first TD run called back due to a phantom block in the back. CCHS was able to pick up a crucial 1st down in the second half when on a dropped snap on a punt, the punter scrambled to his right and heaved the ball down field. NCC was flagged for pass interference, which was the right call, but the illegal lineman down field was missed on this play. It's a shame when someone other than the players on the field decide the outcome, no matter what level of competition it is. Both teams fought extremely hard and it was a very good game.

 

We gave all the Refs a 3 day 2 night trip to Branson Mo. to ensure the Camels swept the Breds this year. :rolleyes: So you don't think there were any calls missed that benefited NCC? :isurrender:

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We gave all the Refs a 3 day 2 night trip to Branson Mo. to ensure the Camels swept the Breds this year. :rolleyes: So you don't think there were any calls missed that benefited NCC? :isurrender:

 

Sure, but none as big as those two plays. The game was poorly officiated on both sides. My point being, it was a hard fought game by both teams, but in the end, those two plays directly effected the outcome.

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And those 2 penalties effected the outcome of both of those plays. Don't block anyone in the back when your guy is going to score and you can't hit the guy while the ball is in the Air. Granted there were lieman down field. Then the penalities would have offset. That didn't cost them the game. Defense needed to step up and make a stop and they didn't. Both teams played great but to blame it on 2 calls is bogus.

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And those 2 penalties effected the outcome of both of those plays. Don't block anyone in the back when your guy is going to score and you can't hit the guy while the ball is in the Air. Granted there were lieman down field. Then the penalities would have offset. That didn't cost them the game. Defense needed to step up and make a stop and they didn't. Both teams played great but to blame it on 2 calls is bogus.

 

Yes they would have offset and CCHS has to punt, not continue the drive. So it does effect it. And having a TD called back on a drive that you have to punt on is huge. The rule states that if contact is maintained, a player can continue contact into the back of an oppenant. The white hat official threw the flag because he saw the end of the play. It's not his call, it's the line judges. He was asked about and said he thought it wasa good block.

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