By SCOTT MIMS / Employees Author
COLUMBIANA — The Cornerstone Christian Chargers (0-2) discovered themselves outmatched of their second recreation of the season Thursday night time, Aug. 27, shedding to the Banks Academy Jets for a last rating of 46-6.
The Chargers’ solely landing of the night got here courtesy of Christian Chapman about halfway into the second quarter.
“I still think our guys played hard. We were just a little outmatched,” stated Cornerstone coach James Lee. “I think we did a good job stopping the run, but we were a little outmatched on the outside.”
Lee praised a number of gamers on his younger Chargers staff, together with Chapman, Eric Durrett, Malachi Adams, Noah Schober and defensive finish Justus Adams.
“I thought (Adams) played lights out, and I just think that he’s developed to where you don’t really want to run to his side at all,” Lee stated.
Banks drew first blood within the first quarter on a Jason Parker pitch to Jeremiah Gibbs for a landing. Close to the top of the primary, a handoff to Gibbs yielded six extra factors and a profitable conversion to make the rating 14-0.
Within the second quarter, the Chargers would hear the title Kaemon Teasley, a reputation that may be repeated a number of occasions that night time. Teasley scored twice within the second, the latter on a 93-yard run. The Jets would cut up the 2-point conversion makes an attempt for a 28-Zero lead.
Then, with 6:30 remaining within the half, Chapman answered with a landing run to spoil the shutout. Later, Cornerstone’s Warren Goodwin recovered a Jets fumble however the Chargers couldn’t capitalize.
The half ended on a Teasley interception.
Early within the third, a security put the Jets up 30-6. On the following possession, Gibbs scrambled to the Chargers’ 3-yard line however a mishandled snap price them the ball. Cornerstone took over at their very own 5 however didn’t capitalize on the play.
With 8:59 left within the third quarter, Teasley ran down the sideline for an additional landing. Later, Gibbs returned a punt to cross the purpose line, and matching conversions put the Jets up by 40 factors.
Subsequent week Cornerstone will host Lakeside on senior night time.