Homer football shuts out Voznesenka

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 3, 2015 11:54pm
  • Sports

The Homer football team defeated Voznesenka 55-0 on Saturday at Homer High School.

Homer, which started the season 0-3 but now has won four of five, reaches the postseason for the first time since 2012, when the Mariners lost the medium-schools title game to Soldotna.

The Mariners move to 2-1 in the Peninsula Conference and 4-4 overall. Voznesenka drops to 0-4 in the league and 1-6 overall.

Michael Swoboda had a scoring run and a catch from Teddy Croft in the first period, and Josh Fisk also had a scoring run for a 21-0 lead.

In the second quarter, Fisk and Heimbold had touchdown runs and Swoboda had a field goal for a 38-0 lead at half.

In the third quarter, Timmy Woo had a TD run and Chris Cudaback notched a safety. Hunter Patton finished the scoring with a TD run.

Croft completed all nine of his passes for 154 yards to lead the Mariners.

Mariners 55, Cougars 0

Voznesenka 0 0 0 0 —0

Homer 21 17 10 7 —55

1st Quarter

Hom — Swoboda 20 run (Smith kick), 9:22.

Hom — Fisk 2 run (Swoboda kick), 6:01.

Hom — Swoboda 6 pass from Croft (Swoboda kick), 1:28.

2nd Quarter

Hom — Swoboda 18 field goal, 9:17.

Hom — Fisk 20 run (kick failed), 6:35.

Hom — Heimbold 31 run (Kraszeski run), 5:04.

3rd Quarter

Hom — Woo 14 run (Waddell pass from Smith), 10:12.

Hom — Cudaback tackles Sanarov in end zone for safety, 0:21.

4th Quarter

Hom — Patton 8 run (Swoboda kick), 10:10.

Voz Hom

First downs 3 22

Rushes-yards 28-(-44) 40-265

Passing yards 61 217

Comp-att-int 4-15-3 11-11-0

Fumbles 0-0 0-0

Punts 5-31.2 0-0

Penalties 0-0 6-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing — Voznesenka: Reutov 6-(-9), Anufriev 5-13, Sanarov 17-(-48). Homer: Patton 6-20, Edens 2-25, Fenex 2-5, Rios 2-3, Woo 5-29, Wells 1-1, Felde 1-1, Heimbold 6-48, Stephens 2-7, Croft 5-23, Swoboda 1-20, Fisk 6-61, Smith 1-22.

Passing — Voznesenka: Reutov 4-15-3—61; Homer: Rios 1-1-0—44; Smith 1-1-0—19; Croft 9-9-0—154.

Receiving — Voznesenka: D. Anufriev 1-5, Reutov 1-23, N. Anufriev 2-33. Homer: Cudaback 1-44, Felde 3-25; Swoboda 3-64, Fisk 2-35, Smith 1-5.

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