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40th Pearl Bowl

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Fujitsu Frontiers 6 vs オービックシーガルズ 21
Fujitsu Frontiers   オービックシーガルズ
Date : 20/May/2018
Weather : Sunny
Venue : Fujitsu stadium Kawasaki
spectators : 3,396
チーム名 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q TOTAL
Fujitsu Frontiers 3 3 0 0 6
オービックシーガルズ 7 14 0 0 21

得点経過

TEAM Q TIME PLAY PLAYER(S) YARD TFP PLAYER(S) G/NG
Frontiers 1 01:18 RUSH #16 Nixon 14 KICK #5 Nousho G
Frontiers 1 10:49 FG #16 Nixon 47 #25 Otsuka
Pirates 2 00:51 PASS #44 Akatsu 53 KICK #49星野 G
Frontiers 2 06:38 FG #30 Kon 36 #5 Nousho
Frontiers 3 10:49 PASS #18 Takagi → #86 Morita 25 KICK #25 Otsuka G

1st Quarter

vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates
vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates

The first game of Block A of the Pearl Bowl 2018 was played between the Fujitsu Frontiers and the Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates at Fujitsu Stadium Kawasaki on Sunday, 22 April 2018. The game started under a clear sky with the audience of 1,488, the Frontiers receiving.
The Frontiers struck first. In the opening series they looked a little nervous, but in their second possession Nixon (No. 16), the running back, shed some defensive tackles and ran 59 yards for a touchdown. In their third possession, he again showed his strength, not falling by the defensive tackles, and ran 39 yards for the second touchdown of the game. On the other hand, the Frontiers’ defensive line, including Kamiyama (No. 10) and Takaya (No. 92) effectively tackling the Pirates offence, shut down the opponents.

2nd Quarter

vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates
vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates

The Pirates offense, started at the end of the 1st quarter, got first down at 4 yards to the goal line in their first possession of the second quarter. The Frontiers pushed them back 1 yard on the run play of the first down, then cut the pass aiming a player in the middle of the end zone on the second down, then again they prevented the Pirates’ pass to the left side deep from completing, forcing them to settle with a field goal. After that, the Frontiers’ offence got revitalized. RB Kon (No. 30) rushed 1 yard for a touchdown, and then in the next possession, the game’s starting quarterback, Takagi (No. 18), passed to WR Morita (No. 86) for 39 yards for another touchdown. Then in the last possession of the first half, they had 13 yards to go for the third down, when the quarterback Hiramoto (No. 12) passed for 24 yards for WR Shibata (No. 83) for yet another touchdown. At the end of the first half, they extended the lead to 35-3.

3rd Quarter

vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates
vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates

The second half started with the Frontiers’ kickoff. The Pirates went 3 and out, including a sack by DL Takahashi (No. 99), and the Frontiers offence took over at 44 yards in their own territory. Nixon made successive runs into the Pirates territory, then he reached within 4 yards from the goal line after a successful pass to WR Iwamatsu (No. 22). In the end of the possession, Nixon again ran for his 3rd touchdown of the game. In the next possession of the Pirates, they punted but the ball hit a Frontiers player and a Pirate recovered. The Pirates regained the possession in the Frontiers territory, got the first down at 4 yards from the end line and got a touchdown.

4th Quarter

vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates
vs Fujitsu Frontiers Game Report vs Meiji Yasuda PentaOcean Pirates

There was more than 30 point difference at 42-10 after the 3rd Quarter, and the Pearl Bowl special rule, not to stop the clock other than for timeout or scoring, kicked in. The Frontiers started the offence at 31 yard in their own territory and RB Takaguchi (No. 33) and WR Kokaji (No. 19) gained successive first downs getting deep into the opponents’ territory, then RB Goto (No. 32) pushed into the end zone, scoring the 7th touchdowns of the day. The next Pirates’ possession ended in 3 and out, including a sack by DL Takaya (No. 92), at only 1:43 left. The Frontiers kept working toward the goal line until the end, and won the first game of the Pearl Bowl 49-10.