Wolfpack Impress in Win Over Seahawks
Posted on 09/01/2019
Wolfpack Impress in Win Over Seahawks

South Fort Myers 36, Cape Coral 13


Spark plug: Trailing 13-8 midway through the third quarter, Ra’Heem Gibson connected with Eddie Walls on a fake punt pass on fourth down, reviving the Wolfpack offense. Two plays later, Daniel Bloomer found Quincy Milhomme on a quick slant, and Milhomme powered his way into the end zone to give South the lead.

No-fly zone: After capping off their chicken wing championship against Cypress Lake last week with an interception, the Wolfpack defense wasted no time picking back up where they left off. Marco Cardona caught a deflection off one the Seahawks’ receivers to start the game before Joseph Ritz took South’s third straight interception 45 yards to the house. Quincy Milhomme capped off another impressive performance by South’s secondary to solidify the Wolfpack victory.

Getting the offense going: Shaking off the Seahawks back-to-back turnovers, Adrian Medacco put the backfield on his back. Medacco racked up 28 yards in the first half and scored on a 1-yard run to bring the Seahawks to within one. Medacco finished with two touchdowns and over 40 yards.

Seahawks keep it on ground: Despite eventually falling to the Wolfpack 36-13, the Seahawks’ Wildcat offense looked promising. With Medacco under center, Cape charged down the field and took a brief lead thanks to Medacco’s second score of the night.
Miguel Rodriguez, News-Press

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