‘Gades score Homecoming victory
November 1, 2002
Filed under Sports
The Renegades will play the Los Angeles Valley Monarchs Saturday in Los Angeles at 1 p.m. The game will test the team’s ability to keep up its winning streak.
Using their well known running game, the ‘Gades were victorious over the Allan Hancock Bulldogs during the Oct. 26 Homecoming game, winning with a score of 24-17.
The action began in the second quarter as the Bulldogs scored a touchdown and the Renegades countered with two of their own, including the impressive 64-yard touchdown made by Renegade wide receiver Ismael Arrenaviz.
The score was 14-7 at halftime, and then it was back to work as the teams re-entered the field.
In the third quarter, silence fell over the crowd as field staff checked on Bulldogs defensive/offensive lineman William Bell, who was still on the field after being tackled.
He quickly recovered and was up and off the field with cheers from the crowd. The third quarter ended in a tie at 14-14.
The Renegades came back strong in the last quarter with another touchdown and a 3-point field goal.
The game ended with a strong victory by the Renegades at 24-17. The offense and defense played well, as did the Bulldogs.
This win kept the Renegades in the running for the Potato Bowl, as the team’s record now stands at 3-3.