Bubblers get popped…. 48-28 Indians

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Quincy Piper | October 7, 2023


       “This is the first time since Week 1 drive 1 we’ve been 100 percent healthy.” Coach Kurt Condo on the new look offense he’s trotting out there.


       Senior RB/LB Seth Laub on how it feels to be back. “Honestly it’s amazing, the original goal was around districts, but hey I’m not gonna question it”.


      Juniata was able to put points on the board before some people found their seats, as Junior signal caller Wyatt Ehrenzeller would connect with his favorite target Jasper Shepps, on a scoring toss from 40 yards. (11:04 1st PAT good 7-0). The next Bubbler drive would end in a punt as the Indians were able to force them back every play. The Indians would execute a fake punt the following possession, giving the Indians new life at the 6:28 mark. Not too long after that Ehrenzeller was able to hit Junior Connor Boreman for a score from 13 yards out. (Pat Blocked 13-0 Juniata) Juniata would get the ball right back and find Shepps for a TD from 64 for his second score of the night. (Laub 2pt conversion good 21-0 Juniata).     The next drive would continue to spell disaster for the Bubblers as the 2nd down snap would sail over  QB Liam Fisher’s head and get recovered by Ehrenzeller on the 11 yard line.       The second quarter started exactly like the 1st. Wyatt Ehrenzeller found Ethan Espitia wide open for a 7 yard score. (28-0 Juniata). Boiling Springs would finally get on the board the next drive as Demetri White would take it in from 57 yards out. (28-7 Juniata 9:54 2nd). Wyatt Ehrenzeller would get it done with his feet the next drive, cashing in from 7 yards out. (7:09 2nd quarter 35-0 Juniata). Boiling Springs would maneuver down the field a few drives later setting up a 9 yard Owen Sackett TD. (35-14 2:18 2nd).  Juniata’s Talan Barndt would answer the bell through the air, as he brought in a score from 11 yards out. Sending us to the intermission with Juniata ahead 42-14.     The 2nd half would paint a different picture, as Juniata managed just 1 score in the 2nd half at the 9:37 mark as Jasper Shepps would take it in from 63 yards. (PAT no good 48-14 Juniata). Boiling Springs would put two more scores up the rest of the way after the Juniata JVs entered the game. The Bubblers’ Matthew McNair would cash in at around the 10 minute mark in Quarter 3 with teammate Javy Rosario getting in from 62 yards out with 4:52 to go in the 4th. The final in Mifflintown was 48-28 Juniata .

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