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Andrean scores quickly, cruises past Calumet

Updated: December 3, 2013 6:12AM



GARY — Andrean made a statement early in its 52-12 victory against Calumet during the 3A sectional semifinal: The soggy conditions weren’t going to slow the 59ers’ offense.

They blitzed the Warriors for four first-quarter touchdowns.

“Everybody played and everyone is still healthy,” 59ers coach Phil Mason said.

The 59ers needed 1:55 to cross the goal line with a 4-yard rush by junior Trevor Berg, which followed a 40-yard connection from Matt DeSomer to Ramon Guerrero. DeSomer only played until the 3:12 mark in the second quarter, but the senior quarterback did plenty of damage.

His first touchdown pass came on the 59ers’ second possession when he drilled Owen Satoski for a 54-yard score.

“Well I always want to play the entire game, but it gave me a chance to get healthier,” DeSomer said of his night.

On the 59ers’ very next possession, DeSomer struck again with a 19-yard run. DeSomer finished 5 of 7 passing for 149 yards and a touchdown, while also carrying four times for 22 yards and two scores.

Cameron Bosak tacked on the 59ers’ next score, when he scampered 4 yards, followed by another DeSomer touchdown run for 6 yards.

Berg chippped in the final first-half score for the 59ers on a 2-yard run. He finished with 81 yards and two touchdowns.

The Warriors were led by the running of Noah Fowler. The senior carried 13 times for 50 yards before leaving the game with 10:59 showing in the third quarter with a brutal leg injury, leaving the stadium in silence.

Noah’s brother, Kobe Fowler, finally got the Warriors on the scoreboard with an 81-yard touchdown run. Quiton Harris added a late 19-yard score.

Mike Gore chipped in a 29-yard field goal and Joe Albomonte scored on a 5-yard run.



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