October 22, 2011

Western New England runs winning streak to five games with 49-7 victory over Plymouth State

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Kareem Hines 8-20-11
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Kevin Cook
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Freshman running back Kevin Cook (Hamburg, NJ) ran for a career high 112 yards on only 11 carries (10.2 avg.) and accounted for three touchdowns as Western New England posted a 49-7 victory over Plymouth State in a New England Football Conference (NEFC) Boyd Division contest Saturday (Oct. 22) during Family & Friends Weekend.


The Golden Bears ran their winning streak to five games and improved to 7-1 overall, including a perfect 5-0 in the division. The Panthers fall to 4-4 and 2-3 in Boyd action.

Cook rushed for a pair of scores for the third straight week going 51 and five yards as Western New England took a 14-0 lead after the opening period.

Senior quarterback Bryce Brown (Guilford, CT) then connected with freshman receiver Kareem Hines (S. Burlington, VT) on scoring passes of 17 and 18 yards as Western New England ook a 28-0 advantage at halftime.

Brown then found Cook for a 19-yard touchdown early in the third period to give the hosts a commanding 35-0 margin.

Plymouth State took advantage of a turnover to score its only touchdown on a two-yard run by junior back Andrew Foglia (Montauk, NY) (17 carries, 35 yards) at the 6:44 mark of the third stanza.

Western New England tallied its final two touchdowns on a pair of two-yard runs by senior back JJ Jachym (Milford, CT).

Brown was 10-of-13 passing for 116 yards and three touchdowns with two sacks while rushing for 73 yards on 14 attempts (5.2 avg.). He left the game two plays into the fourth quarter with an injury and didn't return.

PSU used four quarterbacks with junior starter Chris Rigoli (Wantagh, NY) managing to complete only two-of-seven passes for 24 yards. He suffered five of the team's six sacks and had an interception.

Western New England totaled 431 yards and had its best defensive showing of the year holding the Panthers to only 57 yards.

Senior linebacker Mark Devlin (Guilford, CT) led the Golden Bears with five tackles while junior free safety Nicholas Silvester (Weatogue, CT) added his team-best fifth interception of the season.

Senior cornerback Derek Lussier (Ellington, CT) compiled a game-high eight tackles and had one pass breakup for the Panthers.

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