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In the very next inning, Ryan Aguilar walked and then Zach Gibbons was intentionally walked after Oliva stole second. Matijevic hit a ball to first baseman Connor Teykl, but he was not able to corral it as the ball rolled to right field. Aguilar came all the way around from second to make the score 3-0 Arizona.
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In the fourth inning, the Wildcats had runners on second and third with Oliva at the dish. He hit a groundball to shortstop Tristan Gray and hustled down to first base, forcing a rushed throw that took Teykl off the bag. Boyd scored on the play and Behnke came around from second to score as well on a close play at the plate.
Arizona has their first 1-2-3 inning of the game in the fifth inning, but got right back to work in the sixth. Behnke led off with a walk and then advanced to second after Boyd popped up to the catcher. Ramer's groundball to the right side of the infield moved Behnke to third, and then Oliva's bunt base hit scored him to make the score 6-0 Wildcats.
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EUGENE, Ore. - In front of 1,272 fans at McArthur Court, the Oregon stunts and gymnastics team placed first at the Duck Invitational with a score of 239.97 out of a possible 266. Azusa Pacific took second with a score of 236.19 and Ohio State placed third with a score of 225.59.
The Duck Invitational was a National Competitive Stunts and Tumbling Association meet, which features five rounds (stunts, baskets, pyramids, tumbling and team routine). The Ducks took first in all five rounds, Azusa placed second in all five rounds and Ohio State was third in all five rounds.
The meet was the first home event in the stunts and gymnastics program's history and athletics director Mike Bellotti and his wife along with University President Dr. Richard Lariviere and his wife were in attendance. President Lariviere handed out the first place plaque to the Ducks after the final scores were announced.
I went to bed at 12:30 last night, but then I woke up at 4:15 a.m. and haven't had any sleep since," Mulkey said. "I have been playing out this meet all day in my head. I know my team reflects me, so I tried to keep it together. They did such an amazing job today, it made all the stress worth it. I can't wait to do it again."
The Owls responded in the second quarter when Kamrin Solomon blocked a UAB punt and recovered the ball on the Blazers' 11-yard line. Two plays later, Jaquez Johnson found Lucky Whitehead on a nine-yard pass to tie score at seven.
The Blazers were forced to punt on their first drive of the second half, but FAU's Whitehead muffed the punt, giving UAB the ball on the Owls' 19-yard line. Four plays later, Howard picked up his second score of the night, on a seven-yard carry, to increase the lead to a game-high 28-7.
The defense stood strong, forcing UAB into a 3-and-out to give FAU the ball back just one minute later. After an incompletion on first down, Johnson completed four-consecutive passes to get into the red zone. Senior Tony Moore then ran it in from five yards out to make it a one-possession game with just under ten minutes to play.
On a third-and-seven on FAU's next drive, Johnson scrambled 29 yards to the UAB 22. He gave FAU its 21st point on its 21st play of the quarter, a seven-yard touchdown pass to Whitehead to tie the game at 28 apiece.
Johnson's night ended with 177 yards and three scores through the air along with 44--rushing yards and an interception. Moore carried the ball 10 times for 45 yards and a score while Whitehead tallied 89 all-purpose yards. 041b061a72