Jim Baer Blog – Week 5 – Ladue / Normandy

Ladue stepped up its offense in the second half, beating Normandy47-6 to win its fourth game in five tries. Ladue scored 33 points in the second half, after leading at half, 14-0.

Quarterback Matthew Hooper did not attempt or complete a single pass until midway in the second quarter.
Malcom Davis scored on two short runs for the Rams; other TDs came on a one-yard run by James Scott; and a pair of TD runs, 6 and 10 by Udell Hyde; a a TD pass Hooper to Ryan Glazier and a 20 yard TD run by reserve Mario Whitney late in the game.
Ladue was plagued by a number of penalties including two personal fouls in the contest.
Normandy got its solo TD on a 3-yard run by Cary Winston with 40 seconds left in the third quarter but missed the extra point.
players of the game …

Malcom Davis, seldom gets to carry ball as fullback scored on two short runs as Ladue ran over Normandy 47-6. Ladue is 4-1, going into the Homecoming game with Affton this coming Saturday. Davis led the defense with a number of tackles.
Cary Winston stepped in for starter Ken Becton of Normandy and rushed for 53 yards and one TD. Normandy lost to Ladue, 47-6.
Ladue, 4-1 hosts Affton Saturday at 1 p.m. at Homecoming 2013, their first of just two home games this season. – Click here for the game

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