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Powerhouse Wesley pulls away from Mustangs


It was hard to know what to expect from the Stevenson football team in their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. On Saturday in Dover, DE, playing national powerhouse Wesley College, the Mustangs had some strong moments, but the Wolverines were able to pull away for a 38-17 victory.

In what would prove to be their final game of the season the No. 20 Mustangs led the No. 18 Wolverines 7-0 after the first quarter when Preston Addo hauled in a 20-yard touchdown pass from Dan Williams.

The Wolverines looked like they were going to break away in the second half when Eric Speidel kicked in a 23-yard field goal and Bryce Shade caught a seven-yard touchdown pass from Nick Falkenberg to take a 10-7 lead. However, Tim Sternfeld tied the game with a 30-yard field goal with 2:13 remaining in the second quarter.

It was after that the Wolverines showed their postseason and big-game experience. Shade caught a second touchdown pass with just six second remaining before halftime to give the Wolverines a 17-10 lead at the break. Out of the break Jamar Baynard scored on a six-yard touchdown run.

Stevenson did respond when Devin Salisbury broke lose for an 80-yard touchdown reception, but the Mustangs couldn’t build on the huge play.

Wesley added to their lead with two unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter, both runs by Baynard. He finished the game with 265 yards on the ground and three scores. Stevenson out-gained the Wolverines through the air as William passed for 323 yards and two scores, but he also had two interceptions and the team had only 34 yards on the ground.

Stevenson sophomore Izaiha Pittsbu finished the game with a career-high 17 tackles. Freshman Zach May had 15 more. Isaac Boy and Ashton Leschke had 13 and 11 takedowns, respectively. A first quarter interception by Mike Datu extended the Mustangs streak of takeaways to 44-straight games.

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