By Marcus Agraviador, Courier Staff Writer
Friday evening the James Logan Colts played against the San Leandro Pirates, shutting them out 25-0 for their second pre-season game.
The Colts made a statement with their defensive and offensive line, dominating the line of scrimmage up and down the field all night long. The San Leandro Pirates had dificulty with Loganís defense, finishing with only 95 total offensive yards.
The Pirates are known to be a passing team, but Pirates' quarterback Chris Musni was under pressure for most of the game: he completed just 7 of 20 passes for 55 yards and was picked off once. Both of the team's sophomore running backs had a big role in the win against San Leandro, ending with 324 rushing yards.
Logan running back Miles Long rushed a total amount of 218 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries. Damond Beasley rushed for 75 yards on 17 attempts with two touchdowns.
The Piratesí hope for ending the shutout came with 4:30 left on the clock. They had momentum and marched the Colts down to their own 21 yards line. The drive was cut short when the ball was intercepted by Logan's Albert Bell.
The James Logan Colts are entering their third pre-season game with a record of 2-0, but are working hard for their next opponent is Foothill High School.