Dordt Dominates Jamestown

The Dordt Defenders scored on its first seven possessions and had a interception return for a touchdown on the way to a 66-13 win in GPAC play over Jamestown in Sioux Center, Iowa on Saturday afternoon.

Dordt erupted for 36 points in the second quarter on the way to a 50-6 halftime lead.

Dordt started the scoring with an eight play, 45 yard drive capped by Levi Jungling’s two yard run as he won the race to the corner of the endzone. Jamestown marched on its next possessions and settled for a long field goal attempt, but failed to convert. Dordt then scored on an 80 yard drive that took 11 plays to complete and Noah Clayberg ran two yards for the score with 2:41 left in the first quarter.

Dordt’s third score came early in the second quarter when Clayberg found Jungling for a five yard pass. The point after failed and Dordt’s lead was 20-0 with 13:07 left in the half.

On the ensuing drive Nathan Kabongo took a pass away at the Jamestown 20 and raced to the end zone for Dordt’s fourth touchdown.

Dordt added a touchdown passes to Hayden Large and Jungling for a 41-0 lead before Jamestown struck for 60 yard touchdown pass to make the score 41-6. Dordt managed two more scores in the final three minutes of the first half. Ben Heuvelhorst caught a pass from Clayberg and Brett Zachman knocked a 43 yard field goal through to end the first half and put Dordt up 50-6.

The Defenders outscored Jamestown 16-6 in the second half with Zachman hitting a 26 yard field goal and Jacob Loomis completed an eight yard pass to Jayden Huisman early in the fourth quarter and then Loomis capped the scoring with a shovel pass to Jake Carroll that the running back raced up the sideline with for 42 yards and a score for the final of 66-13.

Dordt will host Doane in the final of three home games in a row on Saturday, October 17.



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