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AV celebrates thrilling victory over Central Kings


WINDSOR – The Avon View Avalanche stunned the Central Kings Gators Sunday afternoon in Windsor as they ran away with a 32-17 victory.

The Nov. 1 win marked the first time in three years that the Windsor-based high school football team defeated the Gators.

The teams were tied 10-10 at the end of the first half.

Ryan Hebb had another sensational game offensively, scoring three touchdowns and garnering more than 200 all purpose yards. Hebb's touchdowns came on a rush, a punt return and a fake field goal attempt.

Devin Sexton rushed for 60 yards on 10 carries.

Quarterback Devin Bryan passed for 80 yards on a 50 per cent completion rate. Coming on in relief of Bryan was Sam Nunn, who threw two for four, for 15 yards.

The Avalanche were strong on defense with only a small breakdown on defensive back coverage. David George made 10 tackles while forcing a fumble and recording a sack. Austin States, Jem Whidden and Darian Amos were all over the field making plays while Johnny Weagle had a number of long runs on punts and kick-off returns.

Eugenio Rocco also added a pair of field goals.

The Avalanche conclude their regular season against Northeast Kings on Nov. 8 in Canning.  The playoffs begin the following weekend at Acadia's Raymond Field.

 

The Nov. 1 win marked the first time in three years that the Windsor-based high school football team defeated the Gators.

The teams were tied 10-10 at the end of the first half.

Ryan Hebb had another sensational game offensively, scoring three touchdowns and garnering more than 200 all purpose yards. Hebb's touchdowns came on a rush, a punt return and a fake field goal attempt.

Devin Sexton rushed for 60 yards on 10 carries.

Quarterback Devin Bryan passed for 80 yards on a 50 per cent completion rate. Coming on in relief of Bryan was Sam Nunn, who threw two for four, for 15 yards.

The Avalanche were strong on defense with only a small breakdown on defensive back coverage. David George made 10 tackles while forcing a fumble and recording a sack. Austin States, Jem Whidden and Darian Amos were all over the field making plays while Johnny Weagle had a number of long runs on punts and kick-off returns.

Eugenio Rocco also added a pair of field goals.

The Avalanche conclude their regular season against Northeast Kings on Nov. 8 in Canning.  The playoffs begin the following weekend at Acadia's Raymond Field.

 

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