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Tigers football earns win over San Carlos

Aaron J. Tohtsoni, Contributor
Posted 10/18/22

The Globe High School Tigers overwhelmed the San Carlos Braves for a 44-0 win last Friday night at Harbison


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Tigers football earns win over San Carlos


The Globe High School Tigers overwhelmed the San Carlos Braves for a 44-0 win last Friday night at Harbison Field. The Tigers improved to 3-5 on the season, which included one win by forfeit.

“We expected to win tonight and knew that we were good enough to win,” said Globe head coach Talmage Hansen. “They showed that and instead of playing down, they played like the better team.”

With 4:04 left in the opening quarter, Trentin Goss scored on a run for the Tigers. Joaquin Mariscal added the two-point conversion and Globe led 8-0.

Goss added another touchdown with 30 seconds remaining in the half after the Tiger defense forced San Carlos into a four and out. Globe led 16-0 after the first quarter.

Neither team scored in the second quarter. San Carlos stopped Globe’s offensive momentum when Ken Church Jr. came up with an interception with 7:41 left in the first half. However, the Tiger defense continued to shackle the San Carlos offense, forcing them into a turnover on downs in the Tiger red zone.

In the second half, the  Tiger offense came to life.

San Carlos recovered an onside kick to start the second half but Globe’s defense stopped the Braves at midfield. Following the turnover, the Tigers wasted no time scoring. Andrew Gonzales had back-to-back carries to pick up a first down. On a reverse, Gabe Gonzales broke free for a 39-yard touchdown run. Andrew Gonzales added the two-point conversion for a 24-0 lead with 7:29 left in the third quarter.

Globe’s defense again stopped the Braves,  forcing a turnover on downs with 1:36 left in the third quarter. Taking over on the San Carlos 45-yard line, the Tigers had a would-be touchdown waved off after a penalty call.

Goss picked up 19 yards on a run, moving the Tigers to the San Carlos 24-yard line. However, the Tigers had a bad snap on the next possession that pushed them back to the 30-yard line. Quarterback Kaleb Derhammer found Gabe Gonzales for a 22-yard pickup, and Andrew Gonzales capped the drive with a two-yard touchdown run for a 30-0 lead with 11:33 left in the game.

Down the stretch, Gabe Gonzales and Goss each added another touchdown for Globe.

“Kaleb (Derhammer) stepped up and (Goss) had a good game at running back and our offensive line because nothing happens without them,” said Hansen, when asked which players stuck out. Derhammer was filling in as quarterback for the Tigers, who lost their starting QB the week before.

Globe is on the road next week at San Tan Charter in their penultimate game of the season. They wrap up the season on Oct. 28 for the Copper Kettle against Miami.