• 55°

East Rowan-Mt. Pleasant boxscore

Tigers 32, Mustangs 14

E. Rowan               0       0     0     14  — 14

Mt. Pleasant        6      23     0     3 —   32

First Quarter

MP — Leonard recover fumble in end zone (kick blocked), 7:36

Second Quarter

MP — McDonald 23 pass from Daquila (L. Honeycutt run), 11:52

MP – Honeycutt 3 run (Honeycutt run), 6:07

MP – McDonald 19 pass from Daquila (Tyler kick), 29.3

Fourth Quarter

MP – Prifti 26 yd. Field Goal, 8:48

ER – Wall 19 pass from Forbis (Hinceman kick), 4:30

ER – Wall 59 pass from Forbis (Hinceman kick), 58.8

                                                                ER       MP

First downs                                             14         14

Rushes-yards                                     30-72     38-165

Passing yards                                        221        158

Comp-Att-Int                                     14-24-2   7-12-0

Punts                                                     2-25.5     2-40.0

Fumbles-Lost                                         1-0         3-1

Penalties-Yards                                    7-78       7-65

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING —   E. Rowan: Pinckney 18-44, Forbis 4-28, Bennett 4-21, Wall 2-3, team 2-(minus-24)  Mt. Pleasant: Overbay 14-79, L. Honeycutt 10-64, Daquila 2-10, Berryman 5-6, Miller 2-3, Leonard 1-3, Tyler 1-2, Laws 2-0, Kyle 1-(minus-2).

PASSING —   E. Rowan: Forbis 14-24-2, 221  Mt. Pleasant: Daquila 7-12-0, 158

RECEIVING — E. Rowan:  Hinceman 8-92, Wall 5-125, Walker 1-4. Mt. Pleasant: McDonald 4-90, Furr 1-39, Osborne 1-26, A. Honeycutt 1-3.

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