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Defense lands JCU first shutout, 24-0 victory over Muskingum

first_img John Alfes UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS – Defense proved to be deadly on Saturday afternoon at Don Shula Stadium.The John Carroll University football team earned its best record of the season with a 24-0 victory over Muskingum University – the first shutout in program history since Oct. 22, 2016.Ro Golphin and Arin Pruitt accounted for the bulk of the production with three rushing touchdowns, while Mason McKenrick, Chris Hadley and Tyler Moran helped the offense to favorable field position with an interception apiece.Rainy, brisk conditions favored each of the defensive units, with only 472 yards of total offense scattered throughout the homecoming festivities.Timely interceptions pave way to scoring opportunitiesFreshman quarterback Brody Hahn never found his groove against a secondary chock full of ballhawks, including Moran, who returned an errant pass over the middle for 70 yards.Golphin capped off the shift in momentum with a six-yard touchdown run to pull JCU ahead in the first quarter, 10-0.Shortly thereafter, McKenrick – the reigning OAC Linebacker of the Year – picked off Hahn to set up another Golphin score from one yard out, his eighth TD of the campaign.Even late in the contest, the Blue and Gold maintained its intensity on both sides of the ball, as Hadley notched an interception in the third and Pruitt found the end zone for his first touchdown dating back to Week 3 vs. Heidelberg.Defense dominatesAside from the secondary, the front seven stayed sturdy with four sacks for 38 lost yards. McKenrick, Jimmy Thomas, Michael Connick and Teddy Wayo all recorded a mark in the pass-rushing department.Todd Green and Chad Stalnaker combined for 15 tackles to lead the roster.Weather and attendanceJohn Carroll (5-3, 5-2 OAC) and Muskingum (1-7, 0-7 OAC) drew 1,885 fans under cloudy skies and 40-degree temperatures.OAC updateMount Union (8-0, 7-0 OAC) topped Otterbein (5-3, 4-3 OAC), Heidelberg (6-2, 5-2 OAC) beat Wilmington (2-6, 1-6 OAC), Marietta (5-3, 4-3 OAC) edged past Ohio Northern (5-3, 4-3 OAC) and Baldwin Wallace (5-3, 4-3 OAC) outscored Capital (1-7, 1-6 OAC).Up nextThe Blue Streaks travel to Westerville, Ohio and take on the Otterbein Cardinals next Saturday at 1:30 p.m. from Memorial Stadium.Photo credit: John Carroll University Sports Information DepartmentJohn Alfes has covered John Carroll University athletics since September of 2014. Follow him on Twitter @JohnAlfes for breaking news and in-depth coverage all season long. John Alfes is a senior at John Carroll University, and hails from Westlake, Ohio. His love and passion for the game of baseball originated in 1998, when he played catch with his father at the age of two. A former collegiate pitcher, Alfes currently serves as a Cleveland Cavaliers reporter for AP Radio/Metro Networks and the Cleveland Indians Beat Writer for CBS Sports/Scout Media Network, all while majoring in Communications (focus in Journalism) and English (focus in Professional Writing). He is the Sports Editor for The Carroll News, Sports Director for WJCU 88.7 FM and Senior Writer for the John Carroll Sports Information Department. John is an Eagle Scout and loves his two younger brothers (Conrad and Daniel) and two parents (John and Celeste).You can follow John Alfes on Twitter (@JohnAlfes) or reach him through email ([email protected]).center_img Related TopicsJCUJCU Blue StreaksJCU FootballJohn CarrollJohn Carroll UniversityOAClast_img read more

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Japan to host 2007 American Football World Cup

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Under JAFA plans, Todoroki Stadium and Kawasaki Stadium, both in Kawasaki, have been picked as game venues for the four-country tournament scheduled to be held in June-July 2007.Europe, Asia-Oceania, North America and South America will each send one team to join host Japan in the event.JAFA officials said the United States, which did not take part in the previous two World Cups, may play in 2007. Japan won both of the World Cups held so far — in Italy in 1999 and in Germany in 2003. Japan has been named the host of the 2007 American Football World Cup, the Japan American Football Association said Tuesday.The International Federation of American Football has finalized the decision to hold the third World Cup in Japan, the only bidder for the quadrennial tournament, JAFA officials said.center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

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Hesperia volleyball team improves to 3-0 in CSAA play with win over Lakeview

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