Braves Down Bears 35-28

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From Staff Reports

It seemed like a normal high school football Friday night at John L. Post Stadium. The Iroquois School District earlier in the week approved allowing 750 fans in the stands to watch the game, which is 50% of the stadiums capacity. Five hundred and fifty two people attended, wearing masks and following all other safety guidelines.

It was also homecoming for the Braves, but the Union City Bears wanted to get their second win in a row, and they fought hard to do that.

Dante Carr’s 8-yard run gave the Braves an early 7-0 lead, and Michael Hoopsick’s 2-yard touchdown made it 13-0, Iroquois, after the first quarter
Caleb Stull’s 3-yard run and two-point conversion run cut Union City’s deficit to 13-8, and a 1-yard run by quarterback Kyler Shaffer late in the second quarter gave the Bears a 14-13 lead at the half

Antonio Rodriguez’s 38-yard touchdown at 6 minutes, 38 seconds of the third quarter and Hoopsick’s conversion run vaulted the Braves back into the lead, 21-14, before Shaffer’s 4-yard run and two-point conversion made it 22-21, Union City.

Hoopsick, a sophomore, who had 221 yards in 13 carries, then broke loose with a 62-yard run followed by Ethan Klinzing’s conversion run, putting the Braves back up 29-22 with 10:20 remaining in the fourth quarter.

The Bears cut the score to 29-28 on a 6-yard run by David Roscinski with 3:47 remaining in regulation, but a two-point conversion pass failed, leaving the Braves with a one-point lead.

Dante added a 15-yard touchdown in the last minute to seal the Braves’ win, and up their record to 2-1. Union City fell to 1-2. The Bears host Eisenhower this week.