Landmark falls to Bremen, 27-7

Tue, 10/02/2007 - 10:06am
By: Michael Boylan

Turnovers by the War Eagle offense and big plays by the Bremen offense proved to be the difference in Landmark's 27-7 loss. The War Eagle offense moved the ball up and down the field all night long in route to 376 yards of total offense, but could only punch it in the end zone once when quarterbackTanner Bryant tossed an 11 yard touchdown pass to sophomore receiver Kyle Wren in the second quarter.

Five turnovers stalled out several other drives that seemed very promising for the Landmark offense. Senior running back Walter Lenard was a bright spot for the War Eagle offense as he accounted for 171 total yards on only 15 touches. The defense battled tough all night, but was unable to make the big stop on third down. The Bremen wishbone offense converted 9 of 10 third downs leading to a huge advantage in the ball control battle.

Defensively junior linebacker Andrew Glaize finished the game with 17 total tackles while fellow linebacker Luke Griffith tallied 15 total tackles. The 1-3 War Eagles are home this Friday to take on the Bowdon Red Devils in their final tune up before they attempt to defend their five consecutive Region 5-A titles.

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