Bobcats’ win streak over

Published 4:22 am Sunday, October 10, 2004

By Staff
Berrien Springs' big-play offense unloaded on Brandywine Friday night in a 63-0 victory, the Bobcats worse loss of the season.
The Shamrocks were explosive on offense all night long, scoring on a two-play drive and two one-play drives.
The Bobcats didn't help their cause, however, turning the ball over five times on three interceptions and two lost fumbles. Two of the interceptions thrown by quarterback Brian Westveer were returned for touchdowns.
Berrien Springs was not only explosive, but consistent. The Shamrocks scored 21 points in each of the first three quarters before second- and third-stringers took over in the fourth period.
In the first half, Brandywine was unable to stop the Shamrocks' running game. All six first-half touchdowns came on the ground. Berrien rushed for 240 yards in the half on 21 attempts.
Heading into the matchup, Bobcats' head coach Terry Borr said his game plan was to control the ball on offense to slow down the Shamrocks. Brandywine was unable to move the ball, though, gaining just 64 yards in the first half.
Brandywine saw a slight improvement in the second half, gaining 82 yards, all on the ground. Running back Matt Duckett led the Bobcats with 73 rushing yards.
The loss drops Brandywine to 2-5. This was the fourth time the Bobcats have been shut out this season.