Not much had been going right this season for Southeast.



The Lancers were without a victory and had were set to play Northeast without their starting quarterback, Josh Thompson, who suffered a concussion. Even the opening kickoff seemed to go against them, as an attempted onside kickoff failed to go 10 yards.

But after that, everything turned up roses for the Lancers, who steamrolled the VIkings to a 63-16 victory behind the arm and the legs of freshman Caleb Biancarelli.

Not much had been going right this season for Southeast.

The Lancers were without a victory and had were set to play Northeast without their starting quarterback, Josh Thompson, who suffered a concussion. Even the opening kickoff seemed to go against them, as an attempted onside kickoff failed to go 10 yards.
But after that, everything turned up roses for the Lancers, who steamrolled the VIkings to a 63-16 victory behind the arm and the legs of freshman Caleb Biancarelli.

Once Southeast got the ball for the first time on offense, it didn’t look back.

Biancarelli kick-started the offense with a 40-yard pass to Daniel Peak on the team’s third offensive play. After finding Peak for 23 yards on a fourth and 17 from the Viking 27, Biancarelli kept the ball in his own hands with a four-yard touchdown run.

The next drive featured more Biancarelli and more Peak, as Biancarelli hit Peak for a 56-yard touchdown on the third play of the drive.

After a Colten Charleton 1-yard touchdown following a Northeast fumble, Southeast continued its offensive onslaught with more Biancarelli on three of the next four drives before halftime.

Biancarelli scored on a touchdown pass of 31 to Ryan Rakestraw and 13 to Jason Reed before running in from 1 yard out just before the half to make the score 40-8.

Fortunately for the Lancers and unfortunately for the Vikings, the second half was more of the same. Charleton had a 19-yard touchdown run less than a minute into the second half, and Biancarelli scored on another 47-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter. Running back Nick Junior ended the scoring for the Lancers with a 5-yard run early in the fourth quarter.
Biancarelli ended the game with 291 yards passing, 191 yards rushing and a hand in six touchdowns. Charleton also added 124 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Southeast.

The Vikings had a strong game of 202 yards passing and two touchdowns from quarterback J.T. Richardson.

LANCERS 63, VIKINGS 16
NE    0    8    0    8    —    16
SE    20    20    16    7    —    63
Scoring summary
SE — Caleb Biancarelli 4 run (kick missed) 6:05 1Q
SE — Daniel Peak 56 pass from Biancarelli (run failed) 1:45 1Q
SE — Colten Charleton 1 run (Biancarelli run) 43.8 1Q
SE — Ryan Rakestraw 31 pass from Biancarelli (Rakestraw kick) 10:26 2Q
SE — Jason Reed 13 pass from Biancarelli (kick blocked) 5:39 2Q
NE — Nick Younge 79 pass from J.T. Richardson (Richardson to Boswell) 2:01 2Q
SE — Biancarelli 1 run (Rakestraw kick) 7.3 2Q
SE — Charleton 19 run (run failed) 11:01 3Q
SE — Rakestraw 22 field goal 3:48 3Q
SE — Biancarelli 47 run (Rakestraw kick) 1:36 3Q
SE — Nick Junior 5 run (Rakestraw kick) 11:53 4Q
NE — Richardson 15 run (Richardson run) 7:18 4Q
Team statistics
                          NE        SE
First downs        11         20
Rushing yds.      81        333
Passing         15-36-3  13-22-0
Passing yds.     202       291
Total offense     283      624
Penalties-yds  14-125 12-85
Fumbles-lost     3-1        3-1
Individual statistics
RUSHING — NE, Richardson 10-76, Tyler Hribar 4-4, Colby Boswell 3-5, Killian Willard 2-6, Team 1-(-10). SE, Biancarelli 23-191, Charleton 12-124, Junior 5-18.
PASSING — NE, Richardson 15-36-202-3-1. SE, Biancarelli 13-22-291-0-3.
RECEIVING — NE, Younge 2-117, Chase Cleland 7-38, Willard 5-36, Boswell 1-11. SE, Peak 8-179, Rakestraw 3-66, Reed 1-13, Austin Lovewell 1-32.