Coloma Press Box By Dave Vollrath
Early start for Comets in Kazoo makes no difference, Comets shutout for third consecutive week
It was because of the EEE mosquito virus scare, that most of the athletic directors in the SAC decided they would move all conference athletic events to an earlier start time of 5 p.m. Coloma traveled to Kalamazoo to face the United team at the beautiful new Portage Northern Athletic complex on Friday night, Oct. 4 for the 5 p.m. start, but there was no helpful difference made to the Comet offense, as they lost to the Titans 34-0, their third straight loss by shutout.
CASE ON THE LOOSE… Coloma Comet quarterback Mike Case looks for running room in Friday’s game against Kalamazoo United on Oct. 4. David Caulton (33) and Charlie Cullitan (60) of the Comets are looking to make a block. Coloma lost on the road 34-0. (TCR photo by Dave Vollrath)
It was a game with some very quirky plays on both sides. Any chance Coloma may have had was lost as they turned the ball over a season high six times in the game. They lost three fumbles and had three passes picked off by their opponents. Mike Case, who has taken over the starting quarterbacking duties since Drew Goodline was lost for the year with a broken collar bone in last week’s loss, threw eight passes in the game.
Case completed one pass to Nick Santarlas for 15 yards, but three went to the Titans defense. The Comets were forced to try to pass a little more as they had virtually no running game with just 48 yards rushing. Kenyon Boyd did pick up 28 of those yards on just three carries, with a long run of 17 yards. Many of the Comet plays were for little to no gain.
The United tailback Adam Wheaton ran wild for the Titans as he gained 239 yards on 26 carries, and crossed the goal line three times. The Comets defense did hold the Titans to one first quarter touchdown and the 7-0 lead after one period. Some of the quirkiness came in the second quarter following two more Titan touchdowns. After the second touchdown the Comets jumped off sides on the PAT try which went thru the uprights; but after the penalty, the Comets blocked the extra-point try.
Following the third Titan touchdown, still in the second quarter, the Comets jumped again on the PAT. United then went for two and were successful. The Comets turned the ball over late in the half, deep in their own territory, but United couldn’t take advantage and went to the locker room leading 21-0.
The Comets came out to start the second half with a successful on side kick, which got the Comet faithful excited and hopeful. That hope was dashed as Coloma started going backward, to the point of having a third down and 32 yards to go.
The Comets did have a great defensive stand in the fourth quarter, stopping the Titans on the one-yard line. But following three plays, they punted from their own end zone. Nate Strunk’s punt was blocked and then the ball was scooped up by the Comets and run out to the 20 yard line for a Coloma first down. From there the Comets threw a pick six that resulted in the final Titan score of the game.
Cole Alsup led the Comets with six tackles in the game, and Nick Santarlas added five.
Comet Volleyball wins at home, digs deep to defeat Fennville 3 sets to 1
The Coloma Comet ladies volleyball team won a big conference match Tuesday, Oct. 1 by defeating Fennville 25-14, 25-9, 23-25, and 25-17. Coloma coach Kim Swisher’s team played clean and crisp for most of the night, and handled the Blackhawks with relative ease. Megan Neubecker, Taryn Blazier, and Madison McQuillan all had big nights for the Comets as did Kelsey Ellis and Marissa Sherburn.
Neubecker finished the night with 17 kills, 5 aces, 4 digs, and 3 blocks, Blazier had 9 kills, 3 aces, and 16 digs. McQuillan finished the night with 2 kills, 30 assists, 3 aces and 1 dig, Kelsey Ellis booked 3 kills, 5 aces, and 20 digs. Marissa Sherburn had 1 kill, 2 aces, and 3 digs. Maurissa LaGrow contributed 4 aces and 8 digs. Gracie Whitaker had 10 kills, 1 ace and 1 dig. Rozlyn Emrich had 1 dig, Marisa Pullins had 1 kill and 2 digs, and Chloe Mathis finished with 2 aces and 1 dig. Mia Cole had 4 digs, and Kiely Moore had 1 dig.
Coloma Soccer boys lose at Watervliet 4-0
The Coloma Comet soccer team traveled down the Red Arrow trail to Watervliet, and on a night that was maybe better suited for a rivalry football game. Wednesday, Oct. 2 was cool, windy, and drizzly for most of the game. The Panthers came out on top by a final score of 4-0.
BRENNAN SCORES! Brennan Bornas slips the ball under the Coloma goalkeeper for one of his two goals during the game between the Panthers and the Comets on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Watervliet dominated the contest with a 4-0 shutout.
It was a matchup of a very young Coloma team against a team in their first season of competition. But Watervliet did not look like a team that was short on talent, just on years of high school competition. They pretty much handled the young Comets for most of the night and offered very few scoring opportunities to their guests. The Panther team fully took advantage of their own opportunities.
The Panthers had an early scoring chance in the first five minutes as they were handed a penalty kick, but the kick sailed high over the goal and no good. They did take a 2-0 lead as they scored two goals in about 40 seconds apart around the 18 minute mark, and then went up 3-0 about 4 minutes later. They took that lead to the half. The Panthers added a goal in the first couple minutes of the second half and that ended the scoring and made the final of 4-0.
Comets cross country teams run in Portage Invitational
It’s called the invitational, but as one of the largest cross country events in the state, there are not a lot of teams in the state who must not get invited. There are 170 high school teams, split into four divisions, and the Coloma boys and girls both competed very well.
The boys competing in division 3 finished in 21st place out of 36 teams. Jake Ickes finished as the first Comet across the line in 86th place overall, in a time of 18:35.3. Blane Sutherland finished in 106th in 18:35.3, and Ethan Vandermolen ran right alongside him in 108th, six-tenths of a second behind, 18:35.9.
The Comet girls, also coached by Courtney Churchill, in division 3 finished in 14th place out of 34 teams. Most all of the Coloma girls ran well with three girls posting personal best times. Ava Genovese posted her PR, as she finished in 86th place with a time of 21:57.3. Emma Vandermolen finished in 88th overall in a time of 22:01.5. Camry Brown finished 114th with a PR of 22:31.4. Chloe Williams was 118th at 22:36.5, also with a PR. Abby Vandermolen was 136th in a time of 23:01.8.
Hartford Prress Box By Jerrod Birmele
Hartford Football suffers defeat on Homecoming, 35-14, to Mendon
Last Friday night, Oct. 4, the Hartford Indian Football team played their second consecutive home game, as they hosted the Mendon Hornets at Indian Stadium. It was Homecoming in Hartford and the large assembled crowd was hoping to witness an Indian victory. Winners of three straight games, and having defeated the Hornets in overtime last year, Hartford had a good opportunity to put themselves back in the conference and playoff chase.
However, a victory on this night of celebration was not meant to be for the Indians. Hartford fought with everything they had, but just could not match the firepower of a Mendon team who had just one loss coming into the game. The Hornets had the ball just five times, but made every possession count, as they scored touchdowns every time they touched the ball. The final result was a 35-14 Mendon victory, but the Indians played a pretty solid game.
Courtesy of a rushing touchdown, Mendon led 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, and extended their lead to 20-0 late in the second quarter after another pair of rushing scores. Hartford got back into the game courtesy of a 5-yard touchdown pass on fourth down from Kyle Manning to Dylan Voss. Kicker Nick Pultz put the extra-point kick right down the middle to make it a 20-7 game at halftime.
Mendon, via another rushing score, extended their lead back to 20 points at 27-7 through three quarters, before Hartford got their second, and final, touchdown early in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run by Aaron Sinclair. Nick Pultz booted his second extra-point of the night to make the score 27-14. But Mendon got another rushing score, and a two-point conversion, in the middle of the fourth quarter to round out the scoring, and take the victory.
Offensively, Mendon outgained Hartford in total yards, 249-215. Of the 215 yards of total offense for the Indians, 153 were rushing yards and 62 were passing yards. Aaron Sinclair led the rushing attack, carrying the ball 31 times for 113 yards and a touchdown, while Kyle Manning rushed for 41 yards on 10 carries. Manning was also 5-of-20 through the air for 62 yards, throwing one touchdown and one interception. Sinclair caught three passes for 37 yards, while Elijah Ledesma made one catch for 20 yards, and Dylan Voss made his lone catch of five yards count, scoring a touchdown. Defensively, Hartford was led by Joe Beebe with seven tackles, including one tackle-for-a-loss, while Ricky Baker and Kyle Manning pitched-in six tackles each.
Hartford is currently 3-3 on the season, and has the same record in Southwest 10 Conference play. The Indians are home Friday, Oct. 11, against the Marcellus Wildcats, for Senior Night. Kickoff is once again set for 5:00 p.m.
Hartford Volleyball plays two matches, suffers two defeats
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, the Lady Indians played a conference match on the road at Bangor against the Lady Vikings. Bangor is usually in the top half of the conference race, so Hartford faced a stern test in this match. The sets were tight, and the action intense, throughout, but unfortunately, the Lady Indians were on the losing end of this one, falling in straight sets: 25-20, 25-21 and 25-19.
In terms of statistics, Hartford was led in aces by Lainey Goodson with four, while Megan Nelson served one ace. Nelson led the team in kills with eight, while Alexis Snodgrass added seven kills and Kenzie Burfield posted two kills. Nelson also led the team in digs with 20, while Ariah Jordan added 12 digs and Jessica Cardoso posted 11 digs. Other statistical leaders included Gillian Kuehnle with seven assists and Snodgrass with one block.
On Thursday, Oct. 3 the Lady Indians traveled to Mendon to take on the Lady Hornets in their second conference match of the week. To say Hartford was up against the gauntlet would be an understatement. Mendon won the state championship one year ago, and with the lack of any bodies graduating, could make a run right back to a state title this year. The Lady Indians tried their best, but fell in straight sets: 25-5, 25-7 and 25-10.
Hartford is currently 10-21 on the season, and is 2-4 in Southwest 10 Conference play.
Hartford Soccer scores another conference title during 3-0 week
Last week, the Hartford Indian Soccer team had one more stretch of matches before the postseason begins in earnest. The team played in three matches, with two of them having major conference implications. The Indians, winners of ten straight coming in, had the chance with a win to take the conference crown, something the team has accomplished in seven of the past nine years.
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS! With 8-nil victories over Marcellus on Sept. 30 and Eau Claire on Oct. 2, the Hartford Indian Boys Soccer team captured the Southwest 10 Conference championship for the third consecutive year. It is the team’s eighth conference championship in the last ten seasons. They now move on to district play with their first game Thursday, Oct. 10 against Lake Michigan Catholic. Hartford is hosting districts. (Photo courtesy of Head Coach Nick Blackmer)
On Monday, Sept. 30 the team traveled to Marcellus to take on the Wildcats. Hartford mercy-ruled the Wildcats, 8-nil, clinching the Southwest 10 Conference title in the process. The Indians led the match, 5-nil, at halftime and put three more goals in the net in the second half to complete the victory.
The Indians got their eight goals from six different players: Andres Cardoso, Miggy Cardoso, Danny Gutierrez, Ernesto Rodarte (3), Joel Soto and Bryan Torres. Assists were credited to Jose Rios, Rodarte and Soto. Goalkeeper Kaden Johnson made one save in the shutout.
On Wednesday, Oct. 2 the team returned home for “Senior Night”, as they hosted Eau Claire for their final conference match of the season. Hartford recorded an 8-nil mercy-rule victory to conclude the conference season. It was a 6-nil lead for the Indians at the half, and they scored two more goals in the second half, to put the game away.
The Indians got their eight goals from Miggy Cardoso (3), Yael Lopez-Sanchez, Chris Ramon, Kevin Rios, Ernesto Rodarte and Joel Soto. Assists were credited to Victor Hurtado, Kevin Parra, Jose Rios and Soto. Goalkeepers Kaden Johnson and Osvaldo Hernandez split the shutout, with Hernandez making two saves.
On Thursday, Oct. 3 the team hosted Paw Paw for a non-conference match on the Indian Soccer Pitch. The Indians were expecting a duel with the Redskins, but, due to scheduling issues, their varsity team was unable to play, and instead, brought their “B” team. Hartford dominated the game, scoring seven goals in the first half to rack up a 7-nil halftime lead. It then took nearly the first part of the second half to get that eighth, and final, goal to rack up another mercy-rule 8-nil win. There is a bright spot for both teams; it was great experience for the Paw Paw squad and a chance for many of Hartford’s second, and third, team players to get field time.
Hartford is currently 16-3 on the season, and finished with a 9-1 record in Southwest 10 Conference play. The Indians begin district play on Thursday, Oct. 10 against St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic. Hartford is the host of the district, and should they win on Thursday, will move on to semi-final and final games in the friendly confines of home the week of October 14.
Hartford Cross Country blazes the trails with poise, perseverance
Last week, the Hartford Indian Cross Country teams hit the trails with running shoes a-blazing. They participated in two meets, competing in the second Southwest 10 Conference jamboree of the season, and participated in the Portage Invitational, which is one of the biggest races in the Midwest year-after-year. With such big races on the calendar, the teams knew they had to run their absolute best to be in prime position – and in the process, make their presence felt.
On Wednesday, Oct. 2, the teams traveled to Eau Claire to compete in the conference jamboree. The Hartford men placed fourth out of seven teams, while the Hartford ladies placed second out of four teams.
On the men’s side the team was led by Joey Lehmkuhl, who placed 12th overall with a time of 19:09, while Jacob Morales clocked in with a time of 19:20, good enough for 14th place. The top five runners also included Aldo Acevedo in 21st place (20:12), Hunter Bloom in 34th place (21:47), and Arulio Delgado in 36th place (21:53). Bloom and Delgado set season-best times in this race.
On the ladies’ side the team was led by Yovana Naranjo, who placed 8th overall with a time of 22:29, while Katherine Sanchez clocked in with a time of 22:55, good enough for 11th place. The top five runners also included Jamie Smith in 16th place (23:22), Jasmin Janicki in 18th place (23:46) and Asuzena Loera in 25th place (25:10). Smith and Esther Ugalde (31:03) set season-best times in this race.
On Saturday, Oct. 5, the teams traveled to the Portage Invitational, where large fields awaited them. In a field of 36 teams, the Hartford men finished in 29th place, while the Hartford ladies finished 20th in a field of 34 teams.
For the men the team was led by Joey Lehmkuhl, who placed 79th overall with a time of 18:16, while Jacob Morales clocked in with a time of 18:43, good enough for 119th place. The top five runners also included Aldo Acevedo in 203rd place (20:10), Hunter Bloom in 296th place (21:38) and Arulio Delgado in 299th place (21:45). Lehmkuhl, Bloom and Delgado all set season-best times in this race.
For the ladies the team was led by Yovana Naranjo, who placed 72nd overall with a time of 21:44, while Katherine Sanchez clocked in with a time of 22:19, good enough for 102nd place. The top five runners also included Jasmin Janicki in 124th place (22:43), Jamie Smith in 153rd place (23:21) and Asuzena Loera in 191st place (24:11). Seven runners, including Naranjo, Sanchez, Janicki, Smith, Loera, Brianna Bailey (24:31) and Esther Ugalde (30:04) set season-best times in this race. As always, GO INDIANS!
PRESS BOX PLAYER OF THE WEEK
By Dave Vollrath
This week’s Press Box Player of the Week is Charlie Cullitan, a senior playing at center for the Coloma Comet football team.
In the words of his head coach Joe Stephens, “Charlie has been an outstanding senior leader for us this year, but he has been an impactful player for us the last two seasons.” Last year Charlie started all 10 games at right tackle, but because of injuries along the offensive line, he has taken over the ball snapping duties with great success. Charlie also more than capably fills in occasionally on the defensive side of the ball as a tackle and has made some impactful plays.
The life of an interior lineman is not a glamorous one, but Charlie takes great pride in playing in the trenches and also great pride in being a lineman for the Coloma Comets. Charlie is an incredibly hard working young man, who really maximizes his ability because of this work ethic. He always puts in extra time, whether on the practice field or in the weight room, and leads others by being a positive role model.
Charlie’s parents are Tom and Sherry Cullitan of Coloma. Charlie also competes for the Comets on the lanes, as a member of the Coloma men’s bowling team and also on the course as a member of the Comet golf team. In his spare time Charlie enjoys the great Michigan outdoors as he loves to hunt and fish. Following graduation next spring, Charlie plans on beginning a career as a pipefitter.
Congratulations Charlie and the best of luck to you for the remainder of your senior season.
Watervliet Press Box by John Oliphant
Panther Football falls to Kalamazoo United
The rebuilding and short-handed Panther football team left school early last Friday for a 5:00 p.m. game at Delton-Kellogg. After taking the opening kickoff, the slow and steady D-K Panthers were satisfied with three or four yards per play as they chewed up the clock on each of their drives.
The Watervliet defense was generally solid, forcing and recovering four D-K fumbles and not allowing any big plays. But miscues by our Panthers were too much to overcome. Freshman Tyson Williams continued getting better, completing 10 passes for 127 yards and making a nice run and slide for a first down.
After top receiver Jordan Abney was sidelined with an early injury, Williams spread the ball around, completing passes to Jerry Unger, Logan Duscha, Nick Polaskey, Evan Hutchins and Don Smith. Hutchins scored on two of those catches, and Duscha caught one for a 2-point conversion. The 2-4 Panthers return home on Friday, Oct. 11 to face Constantine at Panther Stadium.
Panther boys cross runs at the massive Portage meet
The Panther boys cross country team finished 12th out of 40 teams at the Portage Invitational. This is one of the biggest meets in the state, with hundreds of teams and thousands of runners in divisions 3 and 4.
Running alongside the best teams in division 3, and with great racing conditions, nine runners posted new personal records. Ezra Troyer (17:18) and Gus Hinch (17:19) pushed each other to new PRs as Ezra finished 40th and Gus was hot on his trail in 41st place. Kody Edmonds (18:02) continued running fast, once again near 18 minutes. Trever Pelton (18:28) lowered his best time by 8 seconds.
Camdon Geisler (19:49) broke the 20-minute barrier for the first time, while Abel Villarreal (20:09) came close, lowering his best time by 37 seconds. Mason Pennington (20:27) reduced his best time by 41 seconds. Aaron Leoni (21:47) returned from an injury and lowered his best time by 5 seconds. Jake Kroepel and Nick Orlando each took nearly a minute off their best times.
Panther girls cross keeps improving
The Panther girls also posted new PRs and two season bests at Portage. Brenda Romero (24:16) knocked almost two minutes off her previous best. Sophie Tavolacci (24:38) was next, lowering her best time this year by 47 seconds. Destiny Kerr (28:02) and Alyssa Lange (28:06) helped pace each other to new personal records, and Aria Richards returned from an injury and took two minutes off her times from earlier this year.
Boys soccer beats the Comets, ties the Eagles
The Panther defense locked down the Coloma attack all night as Watervliet rolled to a 4-0 win in a cold and drizzly game at Panther Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Keeper Zach Hastings played well, making a tremendous save late in the second half to secure the shutout.
Watervliet’s defensive speed kept the ball away from the goal and away from the Comet forwards, frustrating them and not allowing many quality chances. When those chances did arrive, Hastings was there to keep Coloma out of the goal. The solid defense was led by Robert Kraklau, Andrew Chisek, Eric Perez-Cruz, Dominic Mandujano, Alex Isbrecht, Mason Pennington and Ryan Knapp.
On the offensive side, Nathan Isbrecht (17th and 42nd minutes) scored two goals and added an assist. Brennan Bornas (18th and 22nd minutes) scored the other two goals and had an assist. Brady Bornas collected assists on the first three goals of the night for the Panthers.
Coach Doug Bornas said this was a total team effort. Top to bottom everyone played their part well. After blowing a 3-0 lead Monday night against Schoolcraft, this time the team was determined not to let that happen and they came out flying in the second half. The boys were fired up all night. The bench was on their feet most of the game. The electricity was in the air as usually happens when you face your cross town rival.
The Panthers improved to 7-5-2 on the season and 4-1-1 in the conference.
Earlier in the week the Panthers traveled to Schoolcraft where they jumped out to a 3-0 lead but could not hold it and eventually ended up with a 3-3 tie.
Nathan Isbrecht had a hand in all three goals, scoring two and assisting on one. He started the scoring in the 6th minute on a pass from Brennan Bornas and then beat the keeper to score. Isbrecht scored again in the 30th minute on a cross from Brady Bornas. Three minutes later German Casiano scored the third Panther goal, with Isbrecht and Abel Villarreal assisting.
The difference in the game came in extended time in the first half when Schoolcraft took a shot that bounced off a Panther and over keeper Zach Hastings’ head for a fluke goal. Despite that play Zach made several big stops along the way. Schoolcraft scored next after being awarded a controversial penalty kick in the 48th minute. They finally tied it in the 56th minute on a perfect top corner shot.
The Panthers play their first ever district tournament game on Friday, Oct. 11 at 5:00 p.m. at top-seeded South Haven.
Panther Volleyball struggles
The young Panther volleyball team continued a tough stretch with a match against a strong Brandywine team, losing 25-14, 25-11, and 25-7. They also hosted another quad meet, with Lake Michigan Catholic, New Buffalo and Saugatuck coming to town. Unfortunately they came up empty, losing to New Buffalo 25-12 and 25-24, then Saugatuck 25-11 and 25-9, and finally to LMC 25-18 and 25-20.
Stats: Susanna VanLente 7 kills, 6 digs, 4 aces; Kristen Gardiner 15 assists, 3 digs, 6 aces; Abbigayle Roberts 5 kills, 4 digs, 2 aces; Addison Riley 3 kills, 1 dig, 3 blocks, 1 ace; Allison Pline 7 digs; Jaylee Querfurth 4 digs
Hot streak continues for AQBs; Jones moves up, Summers moves down
By Dave Vollrath There was very little movement for the all-star panel of pigskin pickers following last week’s games. Kathy Summers was the only one of the Tri-City Record Armchair Quarterbacks to take a flyer on Hartford, as they lost to Mendon. Greg Krell was looking for a couple of upsets, but didn’t get one on the Michigan vs. Iowa game, as the Wolverines prevailed. But he was the only one to pick the Oakland Raiders to defeat the Chicago Bears, which they did, in exciting fashion, in London, England no less. This game, which was played over there, was one of the most exciting of the NFL season thus far, as Oakland jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first half. Chicago came back in the second half and reeled off three touchdowns to take a 21-17 lead into the fourth quarter. Then with the Raiders driving midway thru the 4th quarter, their running back fumbled on the Bear 1-yard line. The Bears ensuing drive stalled out and their punt put the Raiders back on their own 3-yard line. The Raiders drove the length of the field for the winning touchdown, and broke the hearts of a very partisan Bear crowd, even though it was considered an Oakland home game, IN ENGLAND?? Oh well, Greg was very pleased. Rodney Lynch, Tim Hildebrand, RoxAnn Rodney-Isbrecht, and Dan Jones were all perfect before the two upsets on Sunday. All of the AQBs had picked the Cowboys at home against the Packers, but the Packers look like a different team this year as they went in and upset the ’Boys. So with five of our panelists finishing at 6-2 for the week the tiebreaker came into play for our weekly standings. For Kathy, because of the tiebreaker, she was kept from dropping to the bottom, a place where Greg continues to dwell. The TCR, AQB competition is held weekly from the beginning of the high school football season in late summer, until it finishes with the playing of the Super Bowl in February. We have six Tri-City area football fans competing against each other, to predict the winners of a group of pre selected games, from the high school, collegiate, and professional ranks. Following the conclusion of the Super Bowl, one winner is crowned champion, and will have the honor of wearing the Tri-City Record, Armchair Quarterback Championship hat. In the event that two or more ‘backs have the same record for the week, or the yearly total, their place in the standings will be determined by a weekly tiebreaker game. In addition to trying to correctly pick the winners of each week’s games, they predict the score from a specially selected game. The AQB whom comes the closest to the total number of points scored by both teams will get the higher spot in the standings. For our weekly standings, based on the tiebreaker, Tim takes first, Greg gets second, RoxAnn stands in third, Rodney fourth, and Dan fifth, all with a 6-2 record for the week. Kathy finishes in 6th for the week with a 5-3 mark, though she was the closest to the tiebreaker number of 44, with her guess of 49. She keeps out of the basement even though she and Greg stand at 31-16 overall. Dan moves up to take over 4th at 32-15, and our first three places remain the same with Rodney leading at 38-9, Tim now stands at 35-12, and RoxAnn in 3rd place at 33-14. Be sure and check back next week, as our pigskin prognosticators try to outguess each other with this list of games. Schoolcraft vs. Coloma Constantine vs. Watervliet Marcellus vs. Hartford Michigan vs. Illinois Michigan State vs. Wisconsin (Tiebreaker) Southern Cal vs. Notre Dame San Francisco 49ers vs. LA Rams Philadelphia vs. Minnesota