Bengals improve record to 4-0 with win over Kanata
Orleans Bengals slotback Tevin Johnson breaks
throught a tackle during the mosquito Bengals
48-6 win over the Kanata Stalllions on Saturday.
Armstrong left. Kobe Armstrong right. Kobe Armstrong straight
up the middle. The Kanata Knights saw a whole lot of Kobe
Armstrong on Saturday and in the end they had no answer
for the Orleans Bengals running back who scored five touchdowns
in leading his team to a 48-6 win.
rushed for 287 yards on 12 carries, five of which went
for touchdowns including runs of 53, 67 and 60 yards.
Ogilvie scored the Bengals' opening touchdown to give
Orleans an early 6-0 lead. Armstrong then scored the Bengals
next two majors and then kicked a two-point convert to
put the home team up 20-0 after the first quarter.
Knights' defence managed to tighen up early in the second
stanza and even forced the Bengals to cough up the ball,
but it was only a matter of time before Armstrong broke
off another long run to squash any hope the Stallions
had of making a game of it. Another two-point convert
by Armstrong extended the Bengals' lead to 28-0.
Bengals would go up 34-0 on Amstrong's fourth touchdown
of the half, leaving the Knghts' coaching staff searching
for answers at the break.
responded with their only sustained drive of the game.
moving the ball 58 yards for their lone touchdown.
the Bengals answered back by handing the ball to Armstrong
who ran 60 yards untouched into the end zone for his fifth
major of the game.
would add a little extra icing on their cake in the fourth
quarter when pivot Huzaifah Rana connected with slotback
Tevin Johnson for a 35-yard touchdown to make the final
Lacombe had a big day on defence for the Bengals registering
15 tackles and a fumble recovery, while Remy Ngah made
nine solo tackles and added an assist.
the lopsided score, Bengals head coach Victor Tedondo
was less than overjoyed with his team's performance especially
on defence where they allowed several long runs in the
going to have to play better than that if we want to compete
against the top teams in he west," said Tedondo.
"The schedule is going to
Bengals have outscored their opponents 184-32 during the
first four weeks of the season, but their opponents have
a combined record of 3-8 and only one team, the Cumberland
Panthers, have won more games than they lost.
Bengals schedule will get tougher over the coming weeks
with games against the Gatineau Vikings, Gloucester South
Raiders and Bell Warriors all of whom are undefeated.
schedule keeps getting tougher every week and our job
(as coaches) is to keep them focused," says Tedondo.
8:30 p.m., Sept. 16)
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