The oppressive combination on defense yielded to three Fulton interceptions, two coming in the first half by Holesinger. Fulton turned the first one into seven points on Ethan Jones' 22-yard touchdown pass to Jason Osbourne. Osbourne showed some moves getting around three defenders on his way to the end zone.
“There was three guys right there, one guy fell, one guy wrapped my legs up, I saw the end zone, reached across and tried to get it in,” Osbourne said.
Holesinger’s second interception was a bit more of a challenge to come down jumping through traffic in front of the intended receiver and snatching it away from Amboy. The Steamers followed up with another Jones-to-Osbourne connection to the end zone — a fade route towards the sideline putting Fulton up 21-6 in the second quarter.
The third interception was tipped by Austin Regenwether into the hands of Devin Kuehl, and like the two previous picks the Steamers turned it into a touchdown on the resulting drive.
“They focused in. If we had a bad play or they had a good drive, we just flushed it and came back out and did our job," Holesinger said. "They came back from a scoring drive and Austin tipped it to Devin and Devin almost took it to the house.”
The other three touchdowns on the night for the Steamers came from their workhorse running back Regenwether who racked up 79 yards in the game. The yardage put Regenwether over 1,000 yard mark for the season, a feat his teammates were in awe of.
“This week we were just set out to make sure we had the ball on offense. We were going to get Regenwether his 1,000 yards, he got his 1,000 yards,” Holesinger said.
The offensive line was aware of the feat before it happened doing everything it could for Regenwether, clearing up gaps so he could reach the milestone.