Langston falls to SAGU, 31-20

By Adam Ewing | shawneestandard@gmail.com

LANGSTON – Langston University fell to Southwestern Assemblies of God 31-20 Saturday afternoon.

SAGU struck first with a 22-yard strike from Jordan Barlow to Jamal Long. Barlow hit Zachary Johnson on a 41-yard touchdown. After the extra point, the visitors held a two score advantage, 14-0.

With 29 seconds remaining in the first frame, Langston punched in its first score of the afternoon. Ger’Kerry Jackson found the end zone on a two-yard scamper.

SAGU’s Barlow and Long hooked up for the second time of the afternoon, this time of the 15-yard variety. With three minutes left in the first half, Langston trailed 21-7.

As time was winding down in the first half, Langston’s Tony White hit Ivory Wilwright for a six-yard score. Hunter Elliot’s extra point made it 21-14 at intermission.

With Langston’s Elliot Janish back to punt early in the third quarter, Bryce Bailey was able to block the attempt and scored from 52 yards out.

At the 12:57 mark of the fourth quarter, Langston’s Corrie Allen brought the team within eight on a two-yard touchdown run.

With 3:37 remaning in the game, SAGU’s Kieran Woodley made it 31-20 after a 48-yard field goal.

Final Score, SAGU 31, Langston 20

Southwestern Assemblies of God1477331
Langston University770620

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing-SAGU, Zarious Keyes 17-61, Keaton Dubik 13-44, Jordan Barlow 3-7, Zackariah Johnson 2-(1). LANGSTON, Corrie Allen 8-33, Tryston Rangall 8-21, Ger’Kerry Jackson 9-19, Markel Scott 8-19, Tony White 8-(3).

Passing-SAGU, Jordan Barlow 15-27-189, LANGSTON, Tryston Randall 6-14-64, Tony White 7-12-41.

Receiving-SAGU, Zackariah Johnson 4-55, Jamal Long 3-53, Zachary Johnson 1-41, Keaton Dubik 3-25, Mike Mouton 3-10, Blayne Rowe 1-5. LANGSTON, Cameron Mims 3-25, Ger’Kerry Jackson 2-24, Treyvon Billington 3-19, Eman McNeal 1-15, Travis Romar 1-7, Ivory Wilwright 1-6, John Louis 1-6, Joshua Neal 1-3.

Interceptions-SAGU, Moe Hill 1-28.

Sacks-SAGU, Aldalii Laga 1-6, Drake Rodriguez 1-5, Zach Nelson 1-4, Keandre Belcher 1-4.