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Sarnia Imperials Rule over the Outlaws
July 7, 2012 

The Sarnia Imperials traveled to Waterloo on Saturday and defeated the Tri-City Outlaws by a score of 31 - 26. 

The Imperials rushed for 122 yards on 29 attempts being lead by Julian Shadd-Gentry and  DeShawn Hayes. The passing game was clicking with Steve Perry going 17 for 29 for 201 yards and Shadd-Gentry on a halfback pitch pass threw to Ryan lounsbury for an 84 yard TD.

Other Offensive TD's were lead by Cory Johnson, with 2 in the air and 1 by Deshawn Hayes from a 3 yard scamper. Finally Kevin Allear successfully added all extra points and a 6 yard field goal.

On the defensive side of the ball the Imperials had a solid pass D going as they allowed 2 completions on 10 attempts for 10 yards total.  The rush defensive came up a little soft as they allowed 308 yards on 34 attempts. Ex-Wilfred Laurier standout Mike Montoya rushed for 188 yards on 154 attempts chipping in with 3 TD's. Shawn Ashe, added the last TD with a 3 yard run. The defense was evenly active with tackles but with big game deciding implications Robert Smith had an interception and so did Norm Yellowman but none bigger than Leo Rondon with seconds left in the game on the Imperials 20 yard line.

Chad VanBarneveld lead the team in tackles with 4.5 while playing both ways due to an injured plagued imperials team. Jama Njoku had a close second with 4 tackles.

The Imperials are now tied for 3rd place with the Outlaws in the standings race as both teams have 3 wins and 3 losses. 

The Imperials has a week off to recoup and get ready for their last regular season home game when they take on the Toronto Raiders (2-3) on Saturday July 21 at Norm Perry Park.  Kick off 7:00 pm.


31-26 win for the Imperials. We r






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