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Waterford rallies to down Green, 41-18

Published 11:33am Sunday, October 7, 2012

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

WATERFORD — The Waterford Wildcats scored 35 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Green Bobcats 41-18 on Friday.

Green (3-4) led 12-6 after three quarters on a 56-yard run by Robbie Applegate and a 27-yard scoring pass from Chris Applegate to Kyle Frazier.

But the Wildcats (2-5) scored 35 unanswered points to lead 41-12 with 3:36 to play.

Hunter Munjas — scored four touchdowns — got the first of his three fourth quarter scores on a 33-yard run and Devon Patterson passed to Wyatt Porter for the conversion and a 14-12 lead.

Munjas came back with an 8-yard touchdown run with 7:07 left. He ran for the conversion and the Wildcats led 22-12.

Things went bad quickly for Green as Austin Lang returned an interception 34 yards for a touchdown 22 seconds later and it was 28-12.

The Bobcats went right back to the air with similar results as Munjas picked off a pass and ran it back 15 yards for the touchdown. Josh Stewart’s conversion kick pushed the lead to 35-12.

Stewart added a 1-yard scoring run with 3:36 left and it was 41-12.

Levi Mollett ran 25 yards for a touchdown for Green with 16 seconds to play to cap the scoring. Hutner Munjas scored four touchdowns with three coming in the fourth quarter, one on a 15-yard interception return. Austin Lang had a 34-yard interception return for a score in the fourth quarter.

Green 0 0 12 6 = 18

Waterford 0 6 0 35 = 41

Second Quarter

Wa — Hunter Munjas 5 run (kick failed) 11:51

Third Quarter

Gr — Robbie Applegate 56 run (kick failed) 10:19

Gr — Kyle Frazier 27 pass from Chris Applegate (pass failed) 0:18

Fourth Quarter

Wa — Hunter Munjas 33 run (Wyatt Porter pass from Devon Patterson) 10:33

Wa — Hunter Munjas 8 run (Munjas run) 7:07

Wa — Austin Lang 34 interception return (kick failed) 6:45

Wa — Hunter Munjas 15 interception return (Josh Stewart kick) 6:29

Wa — Jacob Stewart 1 run (kick failed) 3:36

Gr — Levi Mollett 25 run (run failed) 0:16

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