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By Coach Capuano
After the halfway mark of the season, the Tigers are 4-1 and 2-1 in the conference. The Tigers had a great start to the season, not only did they open at home, but played their first game on the new surface in Tiger Stadium. The crowd was treated to a great opening. The defense, lead by A. Q. Shipley, caused the Hampton tailback to fumble on the first play. On Moon's first offensive play, Robbie Leonard scored. The Tigers lead 21-7 at halftime and played well on both sides of the ball. The final score was 34-13. Robbie Leonard and Matt Dowdell did well in their first varsity game at TB and QB. The Tigers were concerned about those two positions coming into the season. Guy Lucas ran well also. The Tiger secondary did well intercepting three passes - Chris Boyer, Robbie Leonard and Mitch Morsillo, who ran his in for a touchdown from his linebacker postion.
The second game of the season had the
Tigers on the road at Blackhawk.
Moon came back home for the third
Tigers were fired up and wanted to make up
for the loss the week before. Just as in the
first game. the Tigers got an early turnover,
when Mike Yakima intercepted a pass and
gave Moon great field position. Robbie
Leonard scored the early TD and the Tigers
were up 7-0. Brian Sherman kicked the
kickoff into the end zone for the second time
and Highlands had trouble moving the ball
against Moon's defense. The Tigers scored
two more times in the first quarter and lead at
halftime 21-3. The Tigers went on to win
The fourth game of the season
Last Friday, the Tigers traveled to
So after five weeks, the Tigers are
|The President's Column
Its hard to believe our regular season is half over, and Homecoming and Senior Recognition are right around the corner. We are fast approaching the second season - playoff season and we certainly hope our Moon Tigers will be there.
I would like to thank everyone who
joined us at the tailgate party at the Blackhawk and Ambridge games.
This year has been our largest gathering of loyal Tiger fans.
Let's continue the community spirit for our remaining away games.
Our tailgating tradition has been a great way to meet other parents, friends
and family of the players. If you wish to tailgate, please bring
to share (covered dish, snack, etc.). Look for us in the parking lot; you can't miss us! Our remaining away game schedule:
Hope to see you at the
If you would like to be added to theQuarterback Club e-mail list for meeting reminders, QBC updates, tailgate info, etc., send Jon Oberdick a note at:
|12th Annual Gridiron Golf Outing
The 12th Annual Gridiron Golf Tournament at Fox Run
First Place Scramble Winners
Jordan Hobbs, and Mike Madden.
First Place Natural Winners
Second Place Natural Winners
Longest Putt Longest Drive
Par 3 Winners
#11 - Jordan Hobbs #11 - Mitch Shutak
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2003 Weight Room Records
Our boys have been working hard this year in the weight
room. Below are the 2003 Weight Room Records as of the end of the
summer. The pounds shown are a combined total of bench press, deadlift,
and squat. The points are calculated by adding all three lifts, BP,
DL, and SQ and dividing by the person's body weight and then multiplying
Moon Quarterback Club
P.O. Box 680
Moon Township, PA 15108
email: fredqbc@yahoo, com
Volunteers are needed for concession stand, 50/50 raffle, and program sales. Below is the parent group assigned for the remaining home games. Your team parent coordinator will be calling upon you for your help.
October 10th (Homecoming)
Phylis Clary, Coordinator
October 24th (Sr. Recognition)
Louis Fuller, Coordinator (9th)
with Moon Tiger apparel
Sweatsshirts, golf shirts, t-shirts, hats, etc. for
Look for the TEAM SPORTSWEAR display as