Niners down Vikings in youth play
Published 12:00 am Monday, October 6, 2003
On September 24, the 49ers got three touchdowns from three different player to take a big win over the Vikings.
Lamarious Price got things started for the Niners.
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He broke loose in the first quarter and found a hole.
He rambled 45 yards for the touchdowns.
The game stayed tied at six until the third quarter.
Keenan Woods put his team up two touchdowns with a 30-yard run.
The conversion failed.
Jerald Mathews put the final score on the board with a 40 yard ramble for six points.
Fullback Cornielius Woods two-point conversion proved to be the difference as the Broncos held off the Cowboys 14-12 on September 30.
Woods got the scoring started with
a 1-yard touchdown plunge.
He added the conversion for the 8-0 lead.
Jamal Dudley scored the Broncos’ other touchdown, this one in the second quarter.
He went 32 yards for the touchdown.
For the Cowboys, Trevarious Murray made a 1-yard touchdown sneak for their first score in the second quarter.
The conversion try failed.
The Cowboys cut the lead to 14-12 when Andrew Barnett broke loose and returned a punt 60-yards for the score.
Bears-24, Dolphins 12
Artavius Cunningham had two long touchdown runs to lead the Bears to the 12-point win on Sept. 25.
It was Sherron Lindsey who got the scoring started from his halfback position.
He rambled 55 yards for the score.
Cunningham added the two-point conversion.
Cunningham broke loose for a 90-yard quarterback run in the second quarter for the Bears.
Mario Oliver added the the two-point conversion.
Rodney Ellis got the Dolphins on the board with a 49-yard run from his quarterback position.
The teams went to the half at 16-6.
Ellis scored again in the third quarter for the Dolphins.
He broke loose on a 38-yard touchdown run but the conversion try failed.
The lead was cut to 16-12.
The Bears added one more score late in the game.
Cunningham got free again with some space.
He went 30-yards for the score to put the game out of reach.
Antone Summer ran in the two-point conversion to provide the final margin of 24-12.
Keenan Woods’ 5-yard touchdown run made the difference in the defensive battle played on Sept. 25
After a scoreless first half, Woods broke the defensive struggle with a 5-yard touchdown run.
It proved to be enough as the Niners held on for a 6-0 win.