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Week 5

Box Score

Apr. 8, 2017

The Wilmington Wolfpack home opener vs. The Baltimore Giants was surely something exciting. The Pack came out on top with a 14-0 final score.

This was true show of the defensive power for The Pack as several pack players came up with turn overs, and delivered big hits. Starting off with Bryant Lewis with a Big hit on the QB scrambles for a first down, he also came up with a INT later in the game. Tomar Bivens, Zack Matthews, and Deon Williams all came down with interceptions. Veteran Safety Ryan Ferguson was able to come away with 2 Ints turning them into 6 points. The Wolves were all over the field, covering the air and on the ground. The defense also accounted for a safety, their second on the season. Quameen Jones Accounted for 2 sacks with the whole D Line putting the pressure on the Giants QB all day.

The offense really started to turn the corner on the ground. A second quarter touchdown run by Levin Carn gave the pack the first points on the day. Back up QB Le’Andre Davis came in for relief of Starter Joe Bianchino and both were very effective at moving the ball down field. Running backs Shane Earl and Marc Tiberi put a on grind show for the Giants Defense. The Pack improve their record to 3-2, now in striking distance of the repeat of division title.

Next week will be The NEAFL League Bye in observation of the Easter holiday. That following weekend (April 22) the Wolfpack will travel to the Eastern Shore Element.

We would like to thank our fans, who came out in support of our home opener. Big Shout out to Nitty and DJ Big Mark for the Play by Play and Music. Also we would like to thank our volunteers and sponsors, who came out to help support the dream of the pack. Without you none of this would be possible.

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