#88 Ostrander, C. TD 0 #2 Gallery, Keegan Passing Yards 190 241 Tackles 8 CMP 24 YDS 58 The Bulldogs managed to get a three-and-out to force the Bearcats to attempt a field goal. McKendree’s Steven O’Block made the 29-yard field goal to put the Bearcats up 10-0 with 9:25 left in the opening quarter. Tackles 7 Long 29 TD 0 3rd Quarter MCK DU On Drake’s next drive, the Bulldogs went on to score their 28th straight point when Eric Saubert made a spectacular 17-yard touchdown catch from Kraemer in the final seconds of the third-quarter. No 6 09:25 – MCK – O’Block,Steven 29 yd field goal 4 plays, 1 yards, TOP 1:32 10 0 2nd Quarter MCK DU TD 3 YDS 0 TD 1 YDS 0 #25 Lauer, Drew “It’s always fun to get a win especially the first win of the year. We didn’t come out and play the way we need to play, but I was really proud of how our guys responded after the first-quarter and then started to play Drake football,” said Drake head coach Rick Fox. After being out gained in the first quarter by over 100 yards, the Bulldog offense finally came alive in the second quarter. Sophomore Drew Lauer kick started the offense with two first down runs to get the offense moving. Lauer went on to lead all rushers with 76 yards on 12 carries. 12:23 – MCK – Wildman,B. 39 yd run (O’Block,Steven kick), 4 plays, 45 yards, TOP 1:05 7 0 Game Stat Leaders TFL 1.0 Tackles 7 The Bearcats went on to score a touchdown but failed to convert the two-point conversion early in the fourth-quarter to make it 28-16.The Bulldog defense came up with two stops to allow the offense to wind down the clock for the final score of 28-16. Time Of Possession 25:46 34:14 YDS 241 Penalty Yards 6-51 6-70 YDS 0 YDS 76 TD 0 No 3 Avg 6.3 Sponsors 11:58 – MCK – Paulson,Skylar 10 yd pass from Burke,Elcee (Burke,Elcee pass failed) 10 plays, 65 yards, TOP 3:08 16 28 04:50 – DU – Wilkins, Conley 16 yd run (Lee, Josh kick), 15 plays, 77 yards, TOP 5:19 10 7 YDS 69 The Bulldogs kept the momentum going on their next drive as Kraemer completed two passes to Connor Ostrander for over 25 yards each, putting Drake in the red-zone. After a five-yard run by Wilkins, Kraemer connected with Andrew Yarwood for a 5-yard touchdown pass to put the Bulldogs ahead 14-10 with less than a minute left in the opening half. #1K Kraemer, Grant Team Statistics TD 1 GAIN 71 GAIN 0 TFL 0.5 #44 Coleman, Taylor Avg -1.5 1st Quarter MCK DU INT 1 Game Stats MCK DU #4 Wilkins, Conley Sacks 0.0 Long 21 4th Quarter MCK DU GAIN 76 No 3 The first quarter was all McKendree, as the Bearcats struck first. On fourth down, freshman quarterback Brandon Wildman found an open seem for a 39-yard touchdown run. YDS 54 4th Downs 3-6 3-4 TD 0 The Bulldogs return to Drake Stadium on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m. when they host Morehead State in their annual homecoming game. TFL 0.0 Sacks 0.0 #96 Evans, Tanner Total Offensive Yards 320 348 Scoring Summary YDS 48 3rd Downs 6-20 7-20 #23 Lynch, Sean Defensively, fifth-year senior Taylor Coleman tallied a team-best eight tackles. Sophomore Erin Morgan registered five tackles and recorded his first-career sack and interception. Sacks 0.0 Passing Leaders Rushing Leaders Receiving Leaders Defense Leaders DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University football team scored 28 straight points to beat McKendree, 28-16, earning the Bulldogs first win of the season on Saturday afternoon at Drake Stadium. 00:41 – DU – Yarwood, Andrew 5 yd pass from Kraemer, Grant (Lee, Josh kick) 6 plays, 55 yards, TOP 2:34 10 14 Long 26 Avg 3.5 YDS -3 With just over six minutes left in the third-period, Kraemer orchestrated a nine-play 58-yard touchdown drive, which was topped off by a three-yard touchdown pass to Grant Menard, extending Drake’s lead to 21-10. Rushing Yards 130 107 #85 Saubert, Eric Kraemer then went on to complete five of his next six pass attempts to help put the Bulldogs in the red-zone. Conley Wilkins capped off the 15-play 77-yard drive with a 16-yard touchdown run. 00:06 – DU – Saubert, Eric 17 yd pass from Kraemer, Grant (Lee, Josh kick) 7 plays, 63 yards, TOP 2:01 10 28 Kraemer ended his day with 241 yards passing, three touchdowns and completed 24-of-42 passes. Kraemer’s top target was Keegan Gallery, who recorded six receptions for 54 yards. 03:55 – DU – Menard, Grant 3 yd pass from Kraemer, Grant (Lee, Josh kick) 9 plays, 58 yards, TOP 2:13 10 21 Three plays later, Grant Kraemer’s pass was deflected and intercepted by Jabaree Winston, who returned it the Drake’s 13-yard line. #TM TEAM Drake’s defense continued its outstanding play into the third-quarter and held McKendree scoreless and limited them to just 60 yards of total offense. Team Statistics Print Friendly Version First Downs 15 24
The StandUp4SEALs Beach Challenge will mark its third year in Ocean City on May 23 with a new name and a broader beneficiary base.A standup paddleboard race is open to individuals or relay teams.The event is now known as the Memorial Beach Challenge and will benefit not just the families of Navy SEALS killed in service but the families of fallen heroes in all branches of the military, according to an event c0-founder, Mike Vaules.Registration is open for the Challenge’s three events: a stand-up paddleboard race, a beach obstacle course race and a fun run for kids.Register and get more information at memorialbeachchallenge.com.In its first two years, the event became a popular part of Ocean City’s Memorial Day Weekend calendar with more than 600 competing in the combined events in each year.Kids climb makeshift sand mounds as part of the fun run in the Memorial Beach Challenge.The Challenge provides a spectacle for visitors watching obstacle-course competitors run through a water-filled pit sprayed by a fire hose, crawl under the Ocean City Music Pier, carry sand-filled sacks, perform calisthenics, traverse balance beams, and climb walls.The stand-up paddleboard race includes a box course that starts and finishes on the beach and takes racers through the surf.This year’s event is set for 8 a.m. Saturday, May 23, on the beaches surrounding the Ocean City Music Pier at Moorlyn Terrace. The bulk of the course will be between Fifth and 14th streets.The Memorial Beach Challenge benefits the Navy SEAL Foundation, the 31 Heroes Project (named for the SEALS killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011) and the Travis Manion Foundation. Manion was a U.S. Naval Academy graduate and a Marine from Doylestown, Pa., who was killed in action in Iraq on April 29, 2007. One of the obstacles in the annual Beach Challenge is a water-filled pit.