The Admirals' offensive standout was junior quarterback Adam Schott, who completed 14 of 25 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns. ''Their quarterback did an excellent job,'' Arnzen said. ''We didn't put much of a rush on him, but when we did he still had enough presence to hit his man.'' The only bright spot for Bellevue was freshman running back Jason Delaney, who was pressed into service after senior T.J. Schmitz left the game with a concussion. Delaney picked up 96 yards on 12 carries, but he got most of it on a 61-yard breakaway in the fourth quarter.



''What we wanted to do offensively was spread things out so we'd able to run and throw on them a little bit,'' Arnzen said. ''But the bottom line is they just manhandled us on the line of scrimmage.'' Danville took a 14-0 lead in the opening minutes of the game by capitalizing on two Bellevue turnovers. Our real estate conveyancer brisbane has faith and confidence that they will perform your property transaction honestly and correctly. The Tigers fumbled a handoff on the opening kickoff and the Admirals recovered it to set up senior running back Andrew Hopewell's 3-yard touchdown run.

When Bellevue got the ball back, junior quarterback Josh Bowman had a pass picked off by Danville senior linebacker Ben White, who returned it 50 yards for a TD. ''That fumble on the opening kickoff and the interception sort of set the tone for the whole game,'' said Danville coach Sam Harp. ''Bellevue's got a fine football team, but we got on top of them early and things just kind of snowballed from there.'' The Admirals had two touchdowns nullified by penalties and another drive stopped an interception, but that didn't stop them from extending their lead to 35-0 by halftime. In the third quarter, Schott threw two touchdown passes to put Danville ahead 49-0 and then watched the rest of the game from the bench. Delaney gave Bellevue fans something to cheer about when he broke loose on a 61-yard run before being dragged down from behind at the Danville 5-yard line. Newport's recipe for a vibrant riverfront entertainment district contains about every economic ingredient available: things to do, places to eat, places to stay and places to shop.

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