September 12, 2014

Beavercreek Junior Tim Bradshaw had a big night Friday, leading the Beavers to their first win of the year, 33-21 over host Fairborn.  Bradshaw scored four touchdowns on runs of 50, 23, 19, and 3 yards, finishing with 271 yards on the night.  Bradshaw, who rushed for 127 yards in the season-opener, but missed last week’s game with injury, is currently the second leading rusher in the GWOC with 398 yards on the season.  Quarterback Logan Turben added 157 yards rushing and a touchdown in helping the Beavers roll up 496 on the ground against a Fairborn defense that entered the game as the 3rd ranked overall defense in the GWOC.  The Beaver defense was key to the game, winning the turnover battle and gaining some key interceptions in the second half to swing momentum to the Beavers.  Mikel Davis finished with 2 interceptions, with Adonte Haddix and Danny Holstein each adding one.  The Beaver defense stifled the Skyhawk running game, holding the Skyhawks to 88 yards rushing.  Hayden Maloney lead the defense with 7 tackles on the night.  The Beavers move to 1-2 on the season and will travel to Springboro next week to take on the 2-1 Panthers.  Go Beavers!