A photo look back at Medina’s wild 38-31 win over arch rival Albion Friday at Spierdowis Field in Albion
Photos by Cheryl Wertman
Medina junior quarterback Jason Hellwig became the Mustangs career touchdown passing leader when he threw two scoring strikes (to Dylan Lewis and Kyle Barna) during Friday’s 38-31 victory over rival Albion. Hellwig, who now has 13 touchdown passes this season and 29 for his career, breaks the old school record of 27 set by Levi Pace during the 2007-2009 seasons.
Getting plenty of vocal support from the Mustangs cheerleaders, the Medina squad runs onto the field at Spierdowis Field.
Medina co-captain Dan Brown gives the Doc’s Rock trophy to Melissa Decker prior to the start of the game. The trophy is given annually to the victor in the rivalry contest in memory of Larry “Doc” Decker who taught and coached at both schools.
Brett Pecoraro returns the opening kickoff for Medina.
Albion head coach Tony Osburn talks with Purple Eagles senior quarterback John Warne who threw three touchdown passes to Des Blackmon on the evening.
Trey Hart hauls in a pass for a two-point conversion for the Purple Eagles.
Kyle Barna ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another for the Mustangs.
Medina head coach Eric Valley meets with quarterback Jason Hellwig.
Dan Brown (6) scores what proved to be the game winning touchdown for Medina.
Albion running back Ed Wolfe, who rushed for 175 yards and one touchdown, works to gain yardage against Medina defenders Drake Grabowski (84) and Thomas Follman (39).
Medina coach Eric Valley hugs Mrs. Larry (Judy) Decker as the Doc’s Rock trophy is presented to the Mustangs after the game.
Medina coach Eric Valley holds the Doc’s Rock trophy as the team gathered for a post game photo. It marks the second year in a row that the Mustangs have claimed the trophy.