The North Baltimore High School Football Tigers have improved their record to 4 - 2 overall, as the Tigers showed how conditioning and lifting will help you win games in the 4th quarter, by getting past Riverdale (0 - 6) 35 - 21.
NB's Quarterback, Lane Bishop, ran for 262 yards on 20 carries, scoring 4 TD's (73 yards, one yard, 35 yards, 55 yards) and completed 10 of 19 passes for 104 yards, with no interceptions.
Running Back Taylor Bishop, ran the ball 10 times for 37 yards and one TD. He had one reception for 10 yards. Jacob Dick carried the ball 10 times for 56 yards and caught one pass for 9 yards. Jacob Pelton had 2 receptions for 10 yards; Noah Brian 2 catches for 21 yards; Sean Watson 2 catches for 36 yards, Christian Richond caught a pass for 6 yards and Levi Newcomer gained 12 yards on his reception.
NB gained 355 yards rushing and 104 passing for 459 total yards. They allowed Riverdale 185 yards rushing (Loverage 129 yards - 17 carries) and 126 passing yards (Loverage 12 of 15, 1 TD, 3 INT).
NB 12 first downs; Riverdale 9 first downs.
NB lost 2 fumbles
3 interceptions by NB: J. Pelton, T. Bishop and L. Bishop
T. Bishop was called into kicking duites, as the Tiger's stellar kicker, Noah Brian (2 for 2 PAT's), was knocked out of the game in the 3rd quarter with a very hard collsion with the earth! (We are told Noah will be fine) Taylor was 1 for 1 on PAT's, and managed the punting and kicking chores well.
North Baltimore was penalized 11 times for 97 yards; Riverdale was penalized 8 times for 75 yards.
NB Tiger Football vs. Riverdale
photos by Ferg
Lane Bishop puts a move on the Riverdale defender
Jacob Dick runs the punt up the field
Joe White makes the tackle on the kick off
Rikko Phamakao goes all out to get the sack