Louisville 55, QC Steamwheelers 53 -- af2 results No. 5-2008


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LOU QC

First downs 19 16

Rushing yards 20-108 3-6

Passing yards 193 305

Passing (C-A-I) 22-40-1 22-33-2

Total offense 60-301 39-311

Kickoff returns 5-99 8-147

Fumbles/lost 0-0 1-1

Penalties 9-76 4-29

Louisville 21 14 7 13--55

QC Steamwheelers 7 14 13 19--53

Scoring summary

First quarter:

L: Demetrius Forney 1 run (Danny Kight kick), 12:28.

L: Forney 11 run (Kight kick), 6:35.

QC: Jesse Schmidt 25 pass from J.J. Raterink (Derek Pearson kick), 4:48.

L: Matt Bassuener 1 run (Kight kick), 1:13.

Second quarter:

QC: Schmidt 10 pass from Raterink (Pearson kick), 11:58.

L: Bassuener 22 run (Kight kick), 6:22.

QC: Kris Peters 32 pass from Raterink (Pearson kick), 2:44.

L: Lonnell Dewalt 27 pass from Bassuener (Kight kick), 0:51.

Third quarter:

L: Bassuener 1 run (Kight kick), 9:31.

QC: Schmidt 39 pass from Raterink (Pearson kick), 7:45.

QC: Nik Kerr 4 run (Pearson kick blocked), 3:37.

Fourth quarter:

QC: Peters 38 pass from Raterink (Raterink pass intercepted), 12:21.

L: Lenhart 13 pass from Bassuener (bad snap on extra-point kick), 1:08.

QC: Peters 24 pass from Raterink (pass failed), 0:45.

L: Forney 19 run (Kight kick), 0:37.

QC: Peters 4 pass from Raterink (Pearson kick), 0:09.

Individual statistics

Rushing

LOU: Matt Bassuener 12-57 (3 TDs), Demetrius Forney 8-51 (3 TDs).

QC: Nik Kerr 2-6 (1 TD), David Beverly 1-0.

Passing

LOU: Bassuener 22-40-1, 218 yards (2 TDs).

QC: J.J. Raterink 22-33-2, 315 yards (7 TDs).

Receiving

LOU: Ricardo Lenhart 13-133 (1 TD), Lonnell Dewalt 8-79 (1 TD), Darrell Holmes 1-6.

QC: Kris Peters 9-154 (4 TDs), Jesse Schmidt 6-110 (3 TDs), Jarrett Brooks 5-33, David Beverly 1-13, Kerr 1-5.

Interceptions

LOU: Tyme Zimmerman 1-7, Matt Forbes 1-9.

QC: Kevin Adams 1-13.

Fumble recoveries

LOU: Ricardo Lenhart 1-0 (forced by Lenhart).

Sacks

LOU: Forney 1-10.

QC: Andrew Jilles 2-25.

Tackles for loss

QC: Adam Jordison 1-2.

Top tacklers

LOU: Dominic Ross 10.5, Zimmerman 6.0, Forbes 2.0.

QC: Kevin Adams 9.5, Jeremy Blocker 9.0, Malik Jackson 6.0.

QB hurries

LOU: Bernard Jackson 1.

QC: Tyus Jackson 1, Roy Ravenell 1, Adam Vogel 1.

Pass breakups

LOU: Forbes 2, Ross 1, Jerome Jones 1.

QC: Adams 2, Blocker 2, Beverly 1.

Kickoff returns

LOU: Lenhart 3-65, Perry Kyles 2-34.

QC: Peters 7-144, Beverly 1-3.

Missed FGs

QC: Derek Pearson 1 (59 yards).

Awards

Schutt Offensive Player of the Game: Louisville, Matt Bassuener. ADT Defensive Player of the Game: QC, Andrew Jilles. JLS Ironman of the Game: Louisville, Demetrius Forney.

A: 4,721.

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