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Semi-Pro Football: Broncos overwhelm Monarchs

NEW LONDON -- Mickell Maloyd rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown to help the West Central Broncos stymie the Midwest Monarchs 23-6 on Saturday. The Broncos forced six turnovers and shut out the Monarchs' offense. The lone Midwest score came in t...

NEW LONDON - Mickell Maloyd rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown to help the West Central Broncos stymie the Midwest Monarchs 23-6 on Saturday.

The Broncos forced six turnovers and shut out the Monarchs’ offense. The lone Midwest score came in the third quarter on a fumble recovery.

West Central ran for 331 yards as a team as Cameron Halverson piled up 71 yards on just seven carries and Josh Hall added 69 yards on seven touches.

Hall also threw a 43-yard scoring strike to Cameo King in the first quarter. Tre Scott hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Steve Peppin in the second quarter.

Maloyd followed the Midwest score with an eight-yard run that capped the scoring.

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Jarrett McAllister ignited the Broncos defense with 11 tackles and an interception. Rene, Eric Johnson and Cam Young also had a pick, while Blake Williams and Patricio Lopez both had a fumble recovery.

The Broncos host the Midwest Nightmare on July 11 at NLS High School at 7 p.m. with playoff implications on the line.

West Central 23, Midwest 6

Midwest              0 0 6 0 -   6

West Central      8 8 7 0 - 23

WC – Cameo King 43 pass from Josh Hall (Mickell Maloyd run)

WC – Tre Scott 19 pass from Steve Peppin (Maloyd run)

Mid – Michael Wilson 88 fumble recovery (2-point conversion failed)

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WC – Maloyd 8 run (Abdi Yusuf kick)

West Central

Rushing: Mickell Maloyd 15-127, Cameron Halverson 7-71, Josh Hall 7-69, Tre Scott 3-31, Jarrett McAllister 1-23, Andrew Best 2-10 … Passing: Josh Hall 3-6-61-0, Steve Peppin 2-5-27-0 ... Receiving: King 3-61, Scott 1-19, Maloyd 1-8 … Interceptions: McAllister 1, Rene 1, Eric Johnson 1, Cam Young 1 … Fumble recoveries: Blake Williams 1, Patricio Lopez 1 … Tackles: McAllister 11, Rene 7, Williams 7, Lopez 6, RJ Gayden 6, Johnson 5, Maloyd 4, Young 2

 

 

 

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