But, at the time, Pitt made no fuss about the incident. Pay Stallings what his deal says he is owed. Don’t be petty.. WHEATON, IL (WSFA) After finishing the regular season with a 9 1 record, the Huntingdon Hawks were knocked out of the NCAA Division III Playoffs in the first round after losing to the Wheaton Thunder 45 10 on Saturday.The Thunder scored early and scored often in the first half as Wheaton took a 35 3 lead into the locker room at the half.Big plays by Wheaton and mistakes by Huntingdon led to the dominating performance by the Thunder.In the first half, the Thunder scored a 66 yard touchdown, returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown and then blocked a Huntingdon punt which set up a touchdown pass a few plays later.Early in the second half, the Hawks were able to force a fumble and turn it into seven points on a pass from quarterback Luke Bailey to Jamichael Bibb, but that is all that the Hawks could get going as they would not score another point all game.Wheaton outgained Huntingdon 419 yards to 310 yards, even though the Hawks ran 21 more plays on offense.Bailey finished the game, completing 19 passes on 39 attempts for 178 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.Nick Haas, Otis Porter, and Mark White led the way for the Hawks’ receiving corps. Haas finished with 48 yards on five receptions, Porter finished with 47 yards on three receptions and White finished with 44 yards on five receptions.John Iwaniec led the Huntingdon rushing attack with 99 yards on 23 carries. His longest carry of the day was 16 yards.The Hawks finish the season with a 9 2 record.
Yup. The Seahawks are going to need to get what they can for what is one of the very best safeties in the league. Not because they want to, and certainly not because they will be better off for dealing him. Scouting report: Gore has led the team in rushing in each of his three seasons, and remains a viable starter. He’s a leader in the locker room and on the playing field. He needs 76 yards to move past Curtis Martin and sit on the No.
Growing up in Calgary, you know about the Hart house. You would go down to the Pavilion on Fridays and watch the shows and watch TV on Saturdays. As much as I wanted to make a living at wrestling, for me it wasn’t a big dream to go to the WWE; it was just a matter of making a living at wrestling.
However, it was actually a wrist injury that predated the rib injuries that ended Montgomery’s season. Montgomery was first listed on the injury report before the Week 4 game against the Bears. Last week, he was listed as having only a rib injury, but the wrist problem was added earlier this week..