Cavemen News · Mishawaka and Mason Run Over Saint Joseph


Mishawaka allowed a touchdown on the first drive of the game at South Bend Saint Joseph.  After that, it was all Cavemen.  The boys in maroon reeled off 42 straight points including 3 straight touchdowns by Drew Mason to give MHS a 20-7 lead.   Mason ended the night with 117 yards rushing.   Donovan Snyder and Justin Fisher added TD’s to give Mishawaka a 34-7 lead at halftime.   Fisher led the Cavemen with 134 yards on the ground while Dino had 48 yards.  After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Mishawaka scored on the first play in the 4th.   Not only did Fisher score the second of his two TD’s, but there was an unsportsmanlike penalty deep in the endzone after the touchdown, Mishawaka wisely made the decision to go for two to get the running clock in place.   Mason took the Fisher handoff and the time started ticking away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mishawaka allowed a touchdown on the first drive of the game at South Bend Saint Joseph.  After that, it was all Cavemen.  The boys in maroon reeled off 42 straight points including 3 straight touchdowns by Drew Mason to give MHS a 20-7 lead.   Mason ended the night with 117 yards rushing.   Donovan Snyder and Justin Fisher added TD’s to give Mishawaka a 34-7 lead at halftime.   Fisher led the Cavemen with 134 yards on the ground while Dino had 48 yards.  After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Mishawaka scored on the first play in the 4th.   Not only did Fisher score the second of his two TD’s, but there was an unsportsmanlike penalty deep in the endzone after the touchdown, Mishawaka wisely made the decision to go for two to get the running clock in place.   Mason took the Fisher handoff and the time started ticking away.  Mishawaka’s defense got a pair of interceptions from Derrick Dawson and Kanaan Jewett to help keep the boys in blue down.  The Indians got two late touchdowns against the Mishawaka reserves, giving the Indian fans something to cheer about on Senior Night/Homecoming.  42-21 was the Final.  Mishawaka improves to 5-2 while St. Joseph falls to 0-7.     Coach Keith Kinder said after the win, “I like the way we’re playing right now.  I hope we get a chance to play for a conference championship in week 9, but right now we’re gonna celebrate this and then we’re gonna turn our attention to a really good Marian team. I have a ton of respect for them, and so we have our work cut out for us again.”