Louisville Leopards at Carrollton Warriors 1994 Football Highlights
Louisville 48, Carrollton 3
The Louisville Leopards scored 21 points in each of the first two quarters en rout to a 48-3 thumping of the host Carrollton Warriors back on September 30, 1994.
Three long scoring plays in the first quarter enabled Louisville to assume complete control of the contest. First Quarterback Ryan Crislip connected with Receiver Jason Snyder for a 63 yard touchdown strike. Next, Runningback Dan Wilson broke free for a 53 yard touchdown score. After that, Crislip found Denny Thomas for a 43 yard touchdown pass to give the Leopards a 21-0 lead at the end of the first.
Crislip would finish the night 16 of 20 for 153 yards through the air, run the ball 5 times for 47 yards on the ground, and tally 5 total touchdown. He scored on a 15 yard touchdown run in the second quarter and later hit Brian Wilson and Snyder on 10 yard endzone strikes. Snyder would finish as the game’s leading receiver with 7 grabs for 126 yards.
The Louisville running game was led by Dan Wilson who finished with 6 carries for 102 yards. Jason Siegfried also ran in a touchdown for the Leopards who improved to 4-1 on the season.
The Warriors lone score came via a 27 yard field goal by Dan Sandefur in the second quarter. Carrollton fell to 0-5 overall at the midpoint of the season.
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Louisville – Jason Snyder 63 Yard Pass from Ryan Crislip (Brian Parker Kick), 7-0
Louisville – Dan Wilson 53 Yard Run (Brian Parker Kick), 14-0
Louisville – Denny Thomas 43 Yard Pass from Ryan Crislip (Brian Parker Kick), 21-0
Louisville – Jason Siegfried 1 Yard Run (Ryan Crislip Run), 29-0
Louisville – Ryan Crislip 15 Yard Run (Brian Parker Kick), 36-0
Carrollton – Dan Sandefur 27 Yard Field Goal, 36-3
Louisville – Brian Wilson 10 Yard Pass from Ryan Crislip (Kick Failed), 42-3
Louisville – Jason Snyder 10 Yard Pass from Ryan Crislip (Kick Failed), 48-3
Records: Louisville 4-1, 2-0