By: John Raffel
Skaryd of nothing: Ashley running back gains 276 yards
Tyler Skaryd had a big night for Ashley against Baldwin but it wasn't enough in the 46-38 double overtime loss Friday night
Brandon Childress threw a touchdown pass of 10 yards to Andon Ware in the second overtime and the same pair combined for the two-point play. The Baldwin defense then stopped the Bears on four downs to preserve Baldwin's second straight win.
The game was tied 30-all after regulation. Ashley got the ball first and scored on Tyler Skaryd's 1-yard run. He also ran for the two points.
Baldwin tied the game 38-38.
The Panthers put together several comebacks to force the overtime, outscoring Ashley 22-8 in the fourth quarter.
Ashley scored the only points of the first quarter on Frankie Deming's 1-yard run. Baldwin tied it at 7:03 of the second on a Childress touchdown pass and conversion run by Ware.
Ashley scored in the second quarter on Josh Wilk's 14-yard pass to Justin Wilk and a 2-point run by Skaryd.
In the third, Ashley scored on Skaryd's 11-yard run and conversion plunge for a 20-8 lead.
Ashley scored with 5:04 to play on Skaryd's 4-yard run and his successful conversion try for a 30-16 lead. But Baldwin came back to tie it.
Skaryd rushed for 276 yards to lead Ashley, which had 371 yards on the ground and 91 passing.