That burst turned into what became, well, a really long onside kick, and Chappelle's recovery set up a 5-yard scoring jaunt from All-Delco quarterback Ryan Corkery that dealt the Fords a crippling momentum blow by turning a 9-0 deficit into a 16-0 hole.
Nationally-ranked track speedster Wellington Zaza took the second half's opening kickoff 42 yards to the Haverford 48-yard line, and two plays later, Corkery
dashed 46 yards off left tackle untouched to paydirt.
"When I saw Zaza run down the field, every time, you get antsy, because you don't know what he's
going to do (because) he's
so fast," Corkery
46-yard scamper was the long run of the night, he
and the Jaguars
made a living by steadily picking up chunks of yardage.
GV's vaunted offensive line controlled the line of scrimmage to the tune of 268 yards on 52 carries, including a 26-carry, 183-yard night from the Jaguars'
Not too shabby considering the fact that GV needed a win to clinch a spot in the District One Class AAAA field.
"It's like running behind a brick ball," Corkery