Sports
Apaches fall short at Peru

By Gary Andrews

The Wabash football team got off to a very slow start Friday, falling behind 21-0 to Peru before coming back and falling short 21-20.

After a scoreless first quarter the Tigers would strike three times in the second in a 5½ minute span go grab a 21-0 lead. The Apaches answered with 3:10 left in the half on a 30-yard pass play from Sammy Hipskind to Eryk Weber to make it 21-7 at the half.

Wabash would draw a step closer in the third when they scored on a Hipskind keeper with 7:59 remaining on a 3-yard run to close the gap to 21-14.

With 6:54 left in the fourth, Wabash would score again on a 1-yard run by Luke Proctor, but missed the extra point to make it 21-20 which is where the game ended.

Passing : Hipskind 8/13 for 69 yds, 1TD

Rushing : Holley 1/36 yds : Proctor 14/36 yds, 1TD : Hipskind 6/22 yds, 1TD : Robinson 2/7 yds : Yeadon 1/2 yds

Rec : Weber 1/30 yds, 1TD : Dillon 3/23 yds : Beauchamp 2/12 yds : Proctor 2/12 yds
 

Posted on 2015 Sep 29