Louisville at West Branch 2001 Football Highlights
Louisville At West Branch 2001 Football Highlights
On September 28, 2001, the Louisville Leopards traveled to West Branch and earned a nail-biting 7-6 victory over the first place Warriors.
After a scoreless first half, West Branch got on the board first on a 1 yard touchdown run by Robert Stull. However, the extra point try failed leaving the score at 6-0 Warriors. Stull also caught 2 passes for 52 yards to lead West Branch.
Four minutes later, Quarterback Gary Whaley hit Jacob Burkhart in the far right corner of the endzone to knot the game at 6-6. Kicker Brian Potts sailed the extra point through which gave Louisville the lead with 4:17 remaining in the contest.
The Leopards would never relinquish that lead as the defense would make big play after big play.
Whaley would finish with 106 yards passing and Runningback Curtis Elsass would finish with the same amount of yards rushing to lead the Leps.
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West Branch 0-0-6-0–06
West Branch – Robert Stull 1 Yard Run (Kick Failed), 0-6
Louisville – Jacob Burkhart 9 Yard Pass from Gary Whaley (Brian Potts Kick), 7-6
Rushing: Louisville 36-140, West Branch 20-88
Passing: Louisville 10-16-1-108, West Branch 8-23-1-107
First Downs: Louisville 14, West Branch 11
Fumbles-Lost: Louisville 0-0, West Branch 1-1
Records: Louisville 4-2, 2-1; West Branch 4-2, 3-1