New Philadelphia Quakers at Louisville Leopards 1989 Football Highlights

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New Philadelphia 22, Louisville 14

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Shawn Gribble scored from 2 yards out with 4:23 remaining in the contest to push visiting New Philadelphia past Louisville 22-14 back on October 6, 1989.

The Leopards had rallied back to tie the game at 14-14 less than two minutes before. Quarterback Rob Arnold scored both the 5 yard touchdown run and the game-tying two-point conversion with 6:08 remaining for Louisville.

The Quakers out-gained the Leopards 316-209 overall and 262-153 on the ground. Quarterback Gabriel Richmond sparked most of the New Philadelphia scoring. He threw a 9 yard touchdown pass to Bruce Vandall in the first quarter, ran for a 1 yard score in the third quarter, and also completed a 2 two-point conversion passes to Dave Moreland and Trevor Heidenreich. The victory improved the Quakers to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in the Federal League.

Bucky Hall led Louisville on the ground with 15 carries for 92 yards and a 4 yard touchdown in the third quarter. The loss dropped the Leopards to 2-5 overall and 1-4 in the Federal League.

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Scoring Summary

Team 1-2-3-4–TOTAL

New Philadelphia 8-0-6-8–22

Louisville 0-0-6-8–14

1st Quarter

NEW PHILADELPHIABruce Vandall 9 Yard Pass from Gabriel Richmond (Moreland Pass from Gabriel Richmond), 0-8

2nd Quarter


3rd Quarter 

LOUISVILLE – Bucky Hall 4 Yard Run (Run Failed), 6-8

NEW PHILADELPHIA – Gabriel Richmond 1 Yard Run (Kick Failed), 6-14

4th Quarter

LOUISVILLE – Rob Arnold 5 Yard Run (Rob Arnold Run), 14-14

NEW PHILADELPHIA – Shawn Gribble 2 Yard Run (Trevor Heidenreich Pass from Gabriel Richmond), 14-22


Rushing: New Philadelphia 262, Louisville 153

Passing: New Philadelphia 54, Louisville 56

Records: New Philadelphia 4-3, 2-2; Louisville 2-5, 1-4

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