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Football roundup: Longmont Christian routs Justice; Nederland falls

BOULDER — The Longmont Christian football team rolled in its final regular season game Saturday night, defeating Justice 45-6 at Recht Field.

The Warriors were never tested, holding Justice scoreless for over 47 minutes before allowing the Phoenix a touchdown on one of the game’s final plays.

Parker Liske led the charge for LCS, running for 104 yards on 10 carries and two scores.

“(Liske) did really good job,” head coach Jerry Martin said. “He’s small, quick and very patient and just waits until he finds a seam he can get into.”

Quarterback Michael Rampson also had a big day, accumulating 138 yards on the ground and two rushing touchdowns of his own.

The Warriors, winners of the I-25 Division, will host Haxtun next week in a North Conference crossover match-up against the Plains Division opponent with a state playoff berth on the line.

LCS will look to turn in a dramatically different performance than they did in their season opener against the Fightin’ Bulldogs, a game which Longmont Christian lost 48-6.

LONGMONT CHRISTIAN 45, JUSTICE 6

At Recht Field

Longmont Christian (5-3, 4-0) 14 17 14 0 — 45

Justice (1-4, 1-3) 0 0 0 6 — 6

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

LCS — Parker Liske 5 run (Kick no good).

LCS — Michael Rampson 22 run (Caleb Flowers pass from Rampson).

Second Quarter

LCS — Liske 20 run (Rampson run).

LCS — Safety.

LCS — Liske 32 run (Josiah Bolyard kick).

Third Quarter

LCS — Cole Moffit 10 pass from Rampson (Byong Hun).

LCS — Rampson 19 run (Hun kick)

Fourth Quarter

Justice — 5 run (conversion failed).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — LCS: Rampson 12-138, Aaron Rodarte 7-47, Liske 10-104, Joe Leetch 1-(-4), Colton Thorne 1-2, Cade Martin 1-(-7).

PASSING (comp-att-int-yards) — LCS: Rampson 6-12-0-47.

RECEIVING — LCS: Moffitt 1-10, Rodarte 1-5, Bolyard 2-20, Flowers 1-3, Leetch 1-9.





ESTES PARK 47, NEDERLAND 15

NEDERLAND — The Nederland football team was unable to overcome a dreadful second quarter, eventually falling to Estes Park 47-15.

After playing to a 0-0 draw throughout the first 12 minutes the Panthers surrendered 34 points in the second period and headed into the locker room facing an insurmountable 27-point deficit.

NHS now sits at 0-8 on the year and will travel to Jefferson on Friday to close out the season.

 

At Nederland H.S.

Estes Park (4-4, 2-4) 0 34 13 0 — 47

Nederland (0-8, 0-6) 0 7 0 8 — 15