Cardinal Mooney handles Buchtel

Cardinal Mooney scored on  a pair of special teams touchdowns and easily handled Akron Buchtel 47-12 Saturday afternoon in Akron.
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Jon Saadey’s 33-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Megyesi in the first quarter opened the scoring at 7-0.

Special teams came up with a turnover for Mooney’s second score of the game as the Cardinals recovered a fumbled punt snap in the end zone for a touchdown making the score 13-0.

After a Buchtel touchdown pass made it 13-6, the Cards made it 20-6 on a Mark Handel 3-yard touchdown run.

The Cardinals added a 20-yard field goal by Zak Kennedy to take a 23-6 halftime lead.

Mooney extended its advantage to 30-6 when Mark Handel recovered a blocked punt in the end zone.  Brandon Berry was credited with the block.

Jordan Jones broke loose for a 35-yard touchdown run to push the advantage to 37-6  late in the third quarter.

Mooney added a field goal midway through the fourth quarter as Zak Kennedy connected from 22 yards and the Cardinals led 40-6.

Mooney’s final score came on an Anthony Gill 39-yard touchdown run.

Buchtel scored on the final play of the game to bring the score to its final count of 47-12.

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