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    Bulldogs trump Wolfpack 20-0

    Bulldogs trump Wolfpack 20-0

    Photo By Tech. Sgt. Kentavist Brackin | Sanford James, Camp Foster Bulldogs quarterback, attempts a pass against the Joint...... read more read more



    Story by Sgt. Brandon Saunders 

    III Marine Expeditionary Force   

    OKINAWA, Japan - The Camp Foster Bulldogs took a bite out of the Joint Task Force Wolfpack during a 20-0 win at home on Camp Foster, to launch this year’s intramural football season June 4.

    The league is made up of six teams, representing the northern and southern camps on Okinawa.

    The Bulldogs team, is comprised of service members and government employees from southern camps. The Wolfpack team is comprised of service members and government employees from Torii Station, Camps Courtney, Schwab and Hansen and Kadena Air Base.

    A largely defensive battle in the first half, both teams found themselves at a stalemate with the score tied at zero, until a quick score late in the second quarter came by way of an air attack from Sanford James, quarterback of the Bulldogs, to wide receiver Wiley Flowers.

    The Wolfpack attempted to regroup at halftime and reassess their game plan, but the tension was too high as they did not have an answer for the Bulldogs’ speed. When play resumed, the home team continued their attack, extending their lead.

    Both teams showed that changes are needed to ensure a successful season. The Bulldogs managed to improvise on the fly, as they kept the Wolfpack at arms’ length with their speed and athleticism.

    Two more significant touchdown passes by James to receivers Roger Veal and Quentin White solidified the Bulldogs’ win.

    “We have a young team this year ... we are a faster team,” said Corey Moore, assistant coach for the Bulldogs. “Nobody can stop us in the air.”

    Bulldogs head coach, Gerald Q. Sharber, agreed with Moore and said this game put a lot of things into perspective.

    “Like every year, you go in with a lot of questions,” said Sharber. “This game helped to answer some of those questions for us.”

    With less than two minutes left in the game, the kickoff, after a Bulldogs touchdown, put the ball in the hands of Kent Onuoha, the speedy returner for the Wolfpack. Fortunately for the Bulldogs, their kickoff team was able to contain the former Kansas State track star.

    “I promise I’m never kicking to that guy again,” said Sharber.

    While the Wolfpack regroup and lick their wounds from a crushing defeat, the Bulldogs are on to their next bone in hopes to be atop the South Division.



    Date Taken: 06.04.2011
    Date Posted: 06.09.2011 02:03
    Story ID: 71821
    Location: OKINAWA, JP

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