CAMANCHE — The Northeast football team didn’t waste any time getting their first win of the young 2007 football season as Jake Dever, a senior Rebel running back, took the opening kickoff 96 yards into the end zone to put them on top 6-0 before the crowd got settled down on a perfect night for a football game and go on to record a 41-0 win over the Camanche Indians.

Dever also carried 15 times for 112 yards.

It took him only 13 seconds for Northeast take the early lead in a game that was shortened by the 35-point rule, which was also his first of four TDs that he would run for the remainder of the contest.

After a three-and-out series by Camanche as they were forced to punt and the Rebels got good field position and three plays later quarterback Jordan Howe kept the ball and ran in for 10 yards and again the kick failed to make it 12-0 with 5:54 left if the first quarter.

The Indians were moving the ball pretty well late in the first period when Ryan Krogman intercepted an Indian pass for the Rebels and moved the ball to the 16 yard line. Two plays later Dever scored on a 5-yard run and this time the kick by Ivan Sandoval was good to make it 19-0 with only 34 seconds at halftime.

The Indians got the kick-off deep in their own territory on the five yard line as the first quarter came to an end with the Rebels on top 19-0.

On the second play of the second quarter the Rebels got Fahlbeck in the end zone to record a safety to make the score 21-0.

The Rebels got a free kick and the Indians took over on their own 38 yard line and got one of only three first downs, but then were force to punt.

The Rebels got a couple of good runs and three plays later Howe scored on a 38-yard run and the kick was good putting them on top 28-0 with 10:34 left in the second quarter.

The Indians fumbled again late in the period and it was recovered by Mike Lorenzen for the Rebels and a couple of plays later Dever ran it in for an 18-yard TD and the kick was good to make it 35-0 shortly before halftime.

In the second half under the new 35-point rule, the clock continues to run.

With only a little over a minute left in the third period, Dever intercepted a pass in the end zone and returned it for 102 yards to make the final score 41-0.

“It was a great start to the season,” Northeast coach Jeremy Mosier said. “Jake Dever has a fantastic night.”

The Camanche frosh soph game was won by the Indians in a real close game 12-8.

Score by Quarters

Northeast 19 16 6 0 — 41

Camanche 0 0 0 0 — 0


NE—Jake Dever 96 kickoff return (kick failed), 11:47 1st

NE—Jordan Howe 10 run (kick failed), 5:54 1st

NE—Dever 5 run (Ivan Sandoval kick), :34 1st

NE—Safety, 11:22 2nd

NE—Howe 38 run (Sandoval kick), 10:24 2nd

NE—Dever 18 run (Sandoval kick), 3:24 2nd

NE—Dever 102 interception return (kick failed), 1:34 3rd


First Downs 8 3

Rushes-Yards 33-230 26-24

Passing Yards 0 27

Comp-Att-Int 0-6-1 2-13-4

Punts-Average 3-33 6-48

Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1

Penalties-Yards 3-20 3-25

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