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1A Sectional 47 Round 1- Hagerstown 28, Oldenburg 14

Varsity Football, 1A Sectional 47 at Hagerstown- Friday, October 25

Hagerstown 28, Oldenburg 14

HA  06  15  00  07 – 28
OA  00  14  00  00 – 14

Oldenburg coach Eric Feller with additional information and edits from SEI Local Sports:  The Oldenburg Academy football season came to an end with a 28-14 loss to Hagerstown.

The game started did not start off well for the Twisters as OA threw an Interception on third down to start the game. However, Twister senior Matt Sedler made a tackle in the backfield on 4th-and-short on Hagerstown’s first drive of the game to give the Twisters the ball at midfield.

After another Oldenburg turnover, The Tigers capitalized and drove the length of the field to go up 6-0 with 1:56 to go in the first quarter.  The scoring play was an 18-yard pass from Noah Snodgrass to Braden Himelick. The kick after was blocked.

After the Twisters punted on the ensuing possession, Hagerstown scored again on a 1-yard Snodgrass run and then threw to Mitch Morris on a two-point conversion pass.  It was 14-0 Tigers with 9:57 showing in the second quarter.

But Oldenburg came storming back. Dominic McFee’s 55-yard run set up Rhett Martin’s 1-yard TD.  Abe Peetz ran in for the two-point conversion to make the game 14-8 with 7:41 left in the half.

On Hagerstown’s next offensive snap, Sedler batted a ball right into sophomore Dyllon Stewart’s hands to give the Twisters great field position on the Tigers’ 21-yard line.  Peetz went into the end zone from a yard out but the PAT kick was blocked to keep the score tied at 14 with just over five minutes remaining in the quarter.

Just before half, OA punted the ball to the Tigers’ 11-yard line. On the very next play, the Twisters had snuffed out a trick play but a few missed tackles allowed Hagerstown to scored on an 87-yard halfback pass from Camden Rhoades to Morris.  The extra point kick was good and the Tigers went up 21-14 with 1:43 left before intermission.

In the second half, Oldenburg couldn’t muster enough offense to dent the scoreboard and Hagerstown scored in the middle of the fourth on a 2-yard run by Snodgrass. The extra point followed and helped put the game out of reach with the final being 28-14.

Oldenburg was led in rushing by Dominic McFee with 13 rushes for 92 yards.  Matt Sedler led the team defensively with a record 21 tackles including three for a loss, one pass deflection and a fumble recovery. Sedler will leave OA as the program’s all-time leading tackler.

Hagerstown QB Noah Snodgrass was involved in three of the team’s four touchdowns.  He rushed for two on 11 carries for 21 yards and threw for one more finishing 7 of 13 in the air for 79 yards.  Camden Rhodes had the halfback pass for 87 yards and a TD to Mitch Morris (2 catches, 104 yards).

The Tigers (4-6) advance to the Friday, November 1 semifinals as they travel to Milan (8-2) to face the host Indians at 7:30 pm.  Milan was a 3-0 winner over Knightstown in round one.  If you can’t be there in person, you can watch the game starting at 7:05 pm on the SEI Local Sports website or Facebook page or via our Livestream page.

We thank coach Feller and Hagerstown Football via MaxPreps for the game information.

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