Carrollton Warriors at Louisville Leopards Football 2013 Video Highlights
Louisville 20, Carrollton 0
The Louisville Leopards held the visiting Carrollton Warriors to just 149 total yards of offense during a 20-0 victory at Louisville Leopards Stadium Friday Night. The shutout is the first Louisville shutout since October 1, 2010 when the Leopards blanked West Branch 28-0. The Leopards are now 5-0 on the season and 2-0 in the NBC.
Quarterback Connor Zwick led the offense with 116 yards on 18 carries, was 5 of 7 passing for 66 yards, and scored two total touchdowns. Walter Schrock also rushed the ball 21 times for 113 yards and scored on a 23 yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.
Carrollton opened up the game with two big first down runs. However, the Warriors fumbled the ball on a failed exchange two plays later and it was recovered by Louisville linebacker Zach Shea on the Warriors 43 yard line. Five plays later, Zwick connected with Andy Minster on 3rd-and-4 for a 22 yard touchdown pass to give Louisville the early 7-0 lead. Minster ended up being the game’s leading receiver with 3 catches for 49 yards.
No one scored again over the next 31:44. Unofficially, the Leopards got to the Warriors quarterback 8 times. Dylan Kline recorded 4.5 sacks and Lewis Adkins had 2 sacks to lead Louisville. Cole McElroy and others also made their presence known in the backfield during the contest.
The Warriors received a golden opportunity when they recovered a fumble on the opening second half kickoff. However, the Leopards forced a three-and-out spearheaded by Shea’s sack on 3rd-and-4.
Carrollton would then pin Louisville inside their own 1 yard line on the ensuing punt. A Zwick to Bryce Mathie connection got the Leopards out of the shadow of their own endzone and a then a 30 yard run by Zwick put the Leopards near midfield. They would end up punting, but they had won back field position that set them up nicely on their next drive.
That drive consisted of them marching 57 yards on 11 plays. Louisville pounded the run at Carrollton before Zwick ran up the middle for a 3 yard score. The extra point was blocked leaving the score 13-0 Leopards.
Any threat of a Warrior comeback was extinguished by two more Leopard takeaways in the fourth quarter. The first was an interception by Mathie and the second was another pick by AJ Minster.
With the victory, Louisville now leads the all-time series 31-5-2 and this includes an 18-2 record at home. Carrollton has now lost their last 15 games at Louisville with their last road win in the series coming on September 29, 1934.
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UP NEXT: The Leopards will next travel to West Branch to take on the Warriors on Friday, October 4 at 7:00 PM.
1 2 3 4 Final
Carrollton 0 0 0 0 0
Louisville 7 0 6 7 20
L – 8:29 – Andy Minster 22 yd pass from Connor Zwick
Jordan Hughes PAT
5 plays 43 yds
L – 0:45 – Connor Zwick 3 yd run
11 plays 57 yds
L – 2:42 – Walter Schrock 23 yd run
Jordan Hughes PAT
4 plays 46 yds
Louisville : 18
Carrollton: 28 carries for 113 yds
Louisville: 45 carries for 255 yds
Carrollton: 6 of 12 for 36 yds 0 TD’s 2 INT’s
Louisville: 5 of 7 for 66 yds 1 TD 0 INT
3rd Down Conversions:
Carrollton: 6 of 14
Louisville: 3 of 8
4th Down Conversions:
Carrollton: 0 of 0
Louisville: 0 of 0
Louisville: 7 for 44 yds
Carrollton: Tyler Dodd – 13 carries for 57 yds
Louisville: Connor Zwick – 18 carries for 116 yds 1 TD
Walter Schrock – 21 carries for 113 yds 1 TD
Dakota James – 3 carries for 20 yds
Andy Minster – 3 carries for 6 yds
Carrollton: Caleb Pasiuk – 5 catches for 30 yds
Louisville: Andy Minster – 3 catches for 49 yds 1 TD
Bryce Mathie – 2 catches for 17 yds
Carrollton: Zade Dietz – 6 of 12 for 36 yds 0 TD’s 2 INT
Louisville: Connor Zwick – 5 of 7 for 66 yds 1 TD 0 INT