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Mavericks lose 48 to 22 to a tough TGU team
Pictured Above: Zavure Frech, #12 for MLS breaks away from a TGU player, while teammate Jesse Mott #81 looks on.
The MLS Mavericks were in Towner on Friday, September 5th for a Region 3 nine-man contest against a tough TGU team. TGU opened the first quarter with three straight touchdowns. Scoring those touchdown downs were Eli Luna on a 10 yard run (Colter Thorp pass from Kolter Schell); Colter Thorp on an 11 yard run (Thorp pass from Luna); and Kolter Schell on a 10 yard pass from Luna (Lane Schmitt pass from Luna). The Titans now had a 24 to 0 lead. With just over a minute to go in the quarter, Connor Brackenbury, MLS quarterback, called his own number and carried the ball in from 4 yards out to get the Mavericks on the board (conversion failed). The quarter ended with the Titans up 24 to 6.
With 7:44 to go in the half, the Mavericks were on the 3 yard line and took a time out to discuss the next play. Trey Holsten was given the ball and he scored the 3 yard touchdown (Brackenbury carried the ball in for the 2 point conversion). It was now a 24 to 14 lead. But that was short lived, as the Titans would score twice before the half ended. Luna scored on a 50 yard run with 7:15 to play (Thorp pass from Lunda); and then he scored again at the 2:46 mark on an 8 yard run (Thorp pass from Luna). The Titans lead 40 to 14 at the half.
The only score in the third quarter came from the Titans, as Colter Thorp scored on a 14 yard run with 11:17 on the clock (Cole Bethke pass from Luna). It was a 48 to 14 game after three quarters of play.
Pictured Above: Cole Feland #42 kicks off to the Titans to get things started in the second half of the Mavericks’ game at Towner. Also pictured for MLS is #18 Mason Nehring.
MLS managed to score one more time in the game, as they came up with the only touchdown in the fourth quarter. That came with 5:11 to play when Statler Olson, backup quarterback, scored from 4 yards run (Tanner Driscoll pass from Olson). It wouldn’t be enough though, as the Titans went on to win 48 to 22.
The loss dropped the Mavericks to 1-2 on the season.
Game stats for the Mavericks:
Rushing: Trevor Evanger - 7 carries for 31 yards; Connor Brackenbury - 10 carries for 26 yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 fumbles; Trey Holsten - 2 carries for 4 yards; Zavure Frech - 10 carries for 43 yards; Talon Thompson - 1 carry for 3 yards; Cole Southam - 4 carries for 32 yards; Mason Nehring - 2 carries for 4 yards and 1 fumble; and Statler Olson - 6 carries for 71 yards, and 1 fumble.
Passing: Connor Brackenbury - 3 for 8 for a total of 107 yards, with 2 interceptions; and Statler Olson - 2 for 2 for 28 yards.
Receiving: Jesse Mott - 2 catches for 74 yards; Cole Feland - 1 catch for 33 yards; and Tanner Driscoll - 2 catches for 28 yards and one conversion.
Punt Returns: Cole Southam - 1 for no gain.
Kickoff Returns: Tanner Driscoll - 3 for 46 yards; Zavure Frech - 2 for 12 yards; and Jesse Mott - 1 for 14 yards.
Punts: Jesse Mott - 2 for 57 yards.
Kickoffs: Cole Feland - 5 for 182 yards.
This past Friday, September 12th, the Mavericks traveled to St. John for a Region 3 contest with the Woodchucks. MLS suffered another loss, as they were defeated 52 to 38. A complete wrap-up of this game will appear in next week’s issue of the RCF.
Next action for the Mavericks will be this Friday, September 19th when they will host the Parshall Braves for their Homecoming game. Kickoff will be at 7:00 p.m. in Mohall.
MLS Lady Mavericks win the Bottineau Tournament
Bottineau Tournament champions are the MLS Mavericks, back row, left to right: Coach Jaime Adams, Hailee Depute, Callie Carlson, Macy Feland, Macy Sundahl, Becca Schoenberg, Riley Guenthner, Allison Voigt, and Assistant Coach Mickey Depute. Front row, left to right: Morgan Depute, Emily Abernathey, Aubree Vendsel, Delaine Hanson, and Katie Gates.
The MLS Lady Mavericks participated in the Bottineau Early Bird Tournament on Saturday, September 6th along with teams from Bottineau, Surrey, Velva, Wilton-Wing, Sawyer, North Star, Tioga, TGU, Harvey-Wells County, Newburg/Westhope, and Rugby. Teams were split into three pools of four. The Lady Mavericks played in Pool B. Results from their pool play were as follows:
MLS defeated Sawyer 2 to 0 (25-12, and 25-16). Stat leaders for the Mavericks: Kills - Callie Carlson 6, Hailee Depute 2, and Macy Feland 2; Assists - Emily Abernathey 12; Aces - Becca Schoenberg 6, and Hailee Depute 2; Digs - Callie Carlson 6, Hailee Depute 5, and Morgan Depute 4; Blocks - Callie Carlson 2, and Macy Feland 2.
In their second match, the Mavericks defeated Wilton-Wing 2 to 0 (25-18, and 25-13). Maverick stat leaders: Kills - Hailee Depute 3, and Callie Carlson 2; Assists - Emily Abernathey 7; Aces - Callie Carlson, Becca Schoenberg, and Macy Sundahl each with 1; Digs - Callie Carlson and Aubree Vendsel 1 each; and Blocks - Macy Feland 1.
The other pool match had Sawyer defeating Wilton-Wing 2 to 0 (25-13, and 25-16).
Pool play results from the other two pools were as follows:
Pool A: Bottineau defeated Surrey 2 to 0 (25-8, and 25-16); Bottineau defeated Velva 2 to 0 (25-16, and 25-22); and Surrey defeated Velva 2 to 0 (25-21, and 25-17).
Pool C: North Star defeated Tioga . . . (To read this article and more, see this week's issue of the RCF.)
MLS tops Kenmare in three straight sets
Pictured Above: Macy Sundahl, front center, goes for the kill in the Mavericks’ home match against Kenmare. Also pictured for MLS are back row, left to right: Hailee Depute and Morgan Depute. Front row: Callie Carlson, left, and Emily Abernathey, right.
The MLS Lady Mavericks hosted the Kenmare Honkers for a match on Tuesday, September 9th at the Donald M. Kolbo Auditorium in Mohall. Kenmare has been moved out of this district this year, so it was a non-conference match.
MLS won their third straight regular season match win, as they defeated the Kenmare Honkers in three straight sets by scores of 25 to 10, 25 to 11, and 27 to 25.
Individual match stats for the Lady Mavericks:
Aces: Becca Schoenberg 5, Hailee Depute 4, and Macy Sundahl 4.
Assists: Emily Abernathey 18, and Morgan Depute 2.
Blocks: Macy Feland 2, Macy Sundahl 1, and Callie Carlson 1.
Digs: Hailee Depute 11, Emily Abernathey 6, and Callie Carlson 4.
Attacks/Kills: Callie Carlson 12, Hailee Depute 8, and Macy Sundahl 4.
Glenburn beats Parshall 3 to 0
On Tuesday, September 9th, the Glenburn Panthers traveled to Parshall for a non-conference match with the Braves. Glenburn came home with the win, as they defeated the Braves in three straight sets. Set scores were 25 to 20, 25 to 10, and 25 to 20.
Stat leaders for the Glenburn Panthers:
Kills: Parker Bush 9, Katie Dufner 6, and Sam Koetter 3.
Assists: Katie Dufner 10, and Sam Beauregard 5.
Service Aces: Sierra Payne 8, Katie Dufner 3, and Parker Bush 3.
Blocks: Sam Koetter 3.
Digs: Sierra Payne 7, and Parker Bush 5.
Glenburn 3 - Underwood 0
The Glenburn Lady Panthers were back on the road on Thursday, September 11th when they traveled to Underwood for another non-conference match. Again, the Panthers traveled home with the win, as they shut out the Underwood Comets 3 sets to 0. Set scores were 25 to 17, 25 to 14, and 25 to 7.
Stat leaders for the Panthers:
Kills: Sam Koetter 14, and Parker Bush 6.
Assists: Sam Beauregard 13, and Katie Dufner 12.
Service Aces: Sam Beauregard 8, Parker Bush 6, and Steph Rogers 2.
Blocks: Sam Koetter 1.
Digs: Parker Bush 16, Sierra Payne 15, and Katie Dufner 9.