Perry football was at Webster City for their six game of the 2018 season. The Bluejays fought hard, but fell to their latest opponent 42-14. As Perry continues to improve their game and shrink the win/lose margin with every opponent, the overall attitude was positive going into this competition. Perry was 0-5 before Friday’s game while Webster City had an overall record of 2-3 before playing the Bluejays.

Kaleb Olejniczak had 20 pass attempts with two of those being completed to Kato Dougan with Justin Stammer and Jacob Nelson each successfully receiving one of Olejniczak’s passes as well. Dougan had one rush attempt that resulted in a loss of two yards. Olejniczak gained 19 yards on 13 rush attempts and Stammer saw 11 rush attempts for a total of 77 yards. Both of the touchdowns from Friday’s match up came from Stammer when the senior ran one in 61 yards and successfully caught Olejniczak’s 71 yard pass into the endzone. Kicker Mario Cruz came through with the other two points before the game was over.

Xavier Craddock and Stammer each had 7.5 tackles with Olejniczak racking up twelve of his own. Six tackles came form Conner Kenyon and 5.5 from Ever Tobar. Hazem Elezaby had one solo tackle while Luke Holthorf came in with a total of 2.5 tackles and Jace Johnson with a total of 1.5 tackles. Two tackles coming from Kade Killmer helped the Bluejay defense along with 2.5 tackles from Byron Melendrez, 1.5 from Jacob Nelson, and one solo tackle coming from Dakota Ocker. Another single solo tackle came from Wilber Ramirez while Rony Reyes ended the game with four total tackles and Cole Snyder with three.

The longest Lynx touchdown came in with a 45 yard carry with 24 of their points coming from the same Webster City senior. Webster City is now 3-3 overall while Perry stands at 0-6.

Next up the Bluejays will travel to Carroll on Friday, Oct. 5. The Tigers will be coming off of their match up against Boone that resulted in a 36-0 win which brought the overall record to 3-3.