Lancers Rout Rancho on the Road

Back to Article
Back to Article

Lancers Rout Rancho on the Road

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.

Email This Story

The Lancers went on the road for their second away game of the season and met up with the Rancho Cucamonga Cougars.

Tyson Barrios, a former punter for the Lancers, transferred to Rancho Cucamonga last year, which made this face-off between the Cougars and Lancers a much-anticipated game.

Damien Moore’s knee injury kept him from playing and will most likely be season-ending, but Matthew Hoskins returned after serving his one-game suspension.

The Lancers kept Kenny Collins and Chris Lopez as their offensive backfield and looked to bring in Hoskins as a running back, if needed, throughout the game.

The Lancers started the game slowly, only scoring three points in the first quarter, while also holding the Cougar offense to no points.

The Lancers started off the second quarter with a score, but due to miscommunication among the Lancer defensive backs, the Lancers allowed two walk-in touchdowns to give the Cougars the lead 14-10.

Right before halftime, the Lancers took the lead before heading to the locker room.

In the second half, the Lancer offensive line parted the sea of Cougars, allowing Senior duo Collins and Lopez a rushing explosion.

Collins and Lopez, combined, rushed 268 yards and scored 4 touchdowns, leading the Lancers to a blowout win over the Cougars.

The Lancers will face off against the Cathedral Phantoms this upcoming Friday at Kiefer Stadium.