Bracken says GoodKnight to Austin Hill Country, 66-40
Bracken passed their mid term test in a game with Austin Hill Country on a wet Friday in Austin, 66-40.
There is still work needed after the grading from Head Coach Lloyd Fields.
“I would give our offense an A and our defense a B, but our kicking game will receive a F after all those kick-offs yards we allowed,” Coach Fields graded. But our four Seniors stepped up and did their job.”
Bracken did receive a good outing with the Senior players.
Zack Fasenmeyer had nine tackles and caused a fumble.
Coy Zunker finished this game with18 tackles almost getting in the nose bleed arena with 20.
“I saw a lot of frustration on their players after we took the lead and that just fueled my intensity,” Zunker said.
Zunker did miss a tackle on a kick-off play so he wasn’t quite perfect for the night.
“That miss definitely made me especially mad,” Zunker said calmly. “I was tackling with my head down and that want happen again.”
Noah Boriack and Jeff Camp both had a good game defensively with eight and 10 tackles respectfully.
“I am definitely beat up,” Camp said when responding how he felt after a grueling game. “We did a good job moving the ball on offense and we can compete in district and make the final four….we just have to correct our mistakes.”
However, it was on the offense side of the ball that these two Warriors took the Knights to seeing stars.
Boriack finished this game with the most yards passing beating Eli Achilles with 176 yards through the air.
If that was not enough, this young man also pitched in with 270 bruising yards of rushing.
The ReSporter is thinking of having Boriack’s named changed to Bruiser. That is the condition for countless Austin Hill Country players the morning after this affair.
There were countless plays that Boriack (Bruiser) ran over players along with having runs that every Knight player had a shot of getting this relentless player to the turf.
Camp was just as impressive on offense as he became the fullback on this night with 55 rushing yards and a Bracken record 125 yards receiving on eight catches.
Here are the Top 6 Total Offensive Games Year Game Yards 2012 Gustine 675 2012 Boerne Geneva 592 2011 Austin Hill Country 583 2012 Sugar Land Logo Prep 561 2014 Austin Hill Country 546 Here are the Top 5 Passing Games Year Game Yards 2014 Austin Hill Country 221 2008 Tomball Rosehill 189 2011 Austin Hill Country 186 2011 Tomball Rosehill 177 2011 Austin Hill Country 169
Four of the Knights last drives before halftime resulted in punts and turnovers.
After a Knight pass play for 49 yards to get within two points, 16-14, BCS closed the door which allowed enough room for a win.
First drive ended with a three and out punt, a one play fumble, fourth down turnover, and a one play when the time ran out for halftime.
The Warriors went into their locker room with a 40-14 lead and matched the Knights when both teams scored 26 points for the second half.
“We will need to work on our tackling and get more focus which is one of the basics in football,” Camp said stoically.
Bracken had over 130 plays and that will become a huge point for a team that is low on numbers.
Any injury to one of these core players can sink this team quickly.
Health issues is a big concern for the country and now Bracken has to work on some insurance options themselves to have a chance to make some noise in the playoffs.
1 2 3 4 Final BCS Warriors 16 24 14 12 66 AHC Knights 14 0 14 12 40 Scoring Summary: AHC-Pass for 13 yards (Kick Good), 7:10, 1st BCS-Noah Boriack 51 yard run (Jeff Camp kick), 6:58, 1st BCS-Noah Boriack 1 yard run (Jeff Camp kick), 4:01, 1st AHC-Pass for 49 yards (pat failed), 3:45, 1st BCS-Noah Boriack 4 yard run (kick blocked), 8:32, 2nd BCS-Noah Boriack 5 yard run (pat failed), 5:41, 2nd BCS-Jeff Camp 1 yard run (pass failed), 3:22, 2nd BCS-Jeff Camp 27 yard pass from Brady Beene (kick failed), 0:21, 2nd BCS-Jeff Camp 43 yard pass from Noah Boriack (Boriack run), 7:20, 3rd AHC-Run for 9 yards (pass failed), 6:40, 3rd AHC-Pass for 49 yards (kick good), 3:33, 3rd BCS-Noah Boriack 17 yard run (Camp pass from Boriack), 2:01, 3rd AHC-Pass for 27 yards (pat failed), 5:24, 4th BCS-Noah Boriack 42 yard run (pass failed), 4:43, 4th AHC-Kick off for 64 yards (run failed), 4:30, 4th BCS-Jeff Camp 1 yard run (pat failed), 2:56, 4th Game Stats Knights Warriors Total Yards 235 546 First Downs 7 15 Rushes/Yards 19/74 35/325 Comp/Att/Int 8/16/0 14/18/0 Passing Yards 161 221 Punts/Average 1/46.0 2/27.5 Penalties-Yards 1-10 4-35 Passing Comp Att Int Ave Yds TD Noah Boriack 12 15 0 .733 176 1 Brady Beene 2 3 0 .667 34 1 Rushing Att Yds Ave Lg TD Noah Boriack 25 270 10.8 56 6 Jeff Camp 10 55 5.5 11 2 Receiving No Yds Ave Lg TD Jeff Camp 8 125 15.6 43 2 Brady Beene 5 81 16.2 45 0 Thomas Johnson 1 15 15.0 15 0