Monday, October 9, 2017
Fishers High School
Westfield High School
The Westfield Rocks returned to winning form beating their conference opponents, the Fishers Tigers, by a score of 26-15. Competition was ferocious throughout the game, and Westfieldâs Rocks found a way to win.
Defensively, the Rocks made a statement, as many early Fishers drives were ended in a forced punt or turnover on downs. Sayveion Woods-Dale made his presence felt at defensive tackle, earning player of the game honors. Safety David Frey who made many big tackles and intercepted a Fishers pass earned Mr. Consistency. The Big Play of the night went to Carson Voorhis who intercepted a pass and ran it back deep into Fishers territory. The offense scored two plays later.
The return of Mason Piening highlighted special teams, who contributed greatly to the win. For his well-placed punts and his kickoff returns, Piening wins the STâs Player of the Game. Mr. Consistency goes to snapper Lyle Beam, who always got the ball where it needed to go in the kicking game. The Big Play of the Night was Jack Pfeifferâs punt block deep in Fishersâ own territory.
On offense, the Rocks ran and passed the ball in a balanced attack. Factoring majorly into the game were the tight ends. Reid Schepers won Player of the Game for his blocking, and multiple catches, including one touchdown. The Big Play of the Night went to Mason Brooks on a high pass over the middle that he brought down for a touchdown. Bronson Kooy at right tackle performed consistently throughout the night, dominating on both run and pass blocks, earning him Mr. Consistency.
The Rocks will finish the season with a non-conference tilt at Brebeuf this Saturday, October 14 th . Kickoff is at 10:00 a.m.