#16 Avengers Down Louisburg, 44-13

Quarterback, Angelo Nocciolo, rushing for a key first down leading to an ASA touchdown at Louisburg.
Quarterback, Angelo Nocciolo, rushing for a key first down leading to an ASA touchdown at Louisburg.

Franklinton, NC---The ASA College football team won their 14th consecutive conference game in a row this afternoon after defeating Louisburg College this afternoon, 44-13.  ASA improves to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in conference action on the season.  The Northeast Football Conference Championship stage is now set! On Saturday, November 8th, the Avengers will host rival, Nassau CC, at MCU Stadium is Brooklyn, NY under the lights.  Kickoff is slated for 7:00 PM.  

After a scoreless first quarter, ASA would get on the board first in the second quarter on a 30-yard field goal by freshman kicker, Matt Frexia.  The Avengers added to their first half lead on a 53-yard pass from freshman quarterback, Angelo Nocciolo, to sophomore running back, Joseph Williams.  ASA went into the intermission with the 10-0 lead.  

Nocciolo threw his second touchdown pass of the game with 6:17 left in the third quarter, finding freshman wide receiver Harold Buckner in the end zone eight yards out.  

Louisburg answered on their next possession with a 36-yard touchdown pass reception to cut the ASA lead 17-7.  

ASA's next to offensive possessions became the Joseph Williams' show.  His first rushing touchdown on the third quarter came from 43-yards out.  He would top that run on his first carry on the next possession with a 65-yard touchdown run after the Avengers' defensive lineman, Wensley Jacinthe, recovered an LC fumble forced by linebacker Impa Kasanganay.  

The Avengers closed the game with strong rushing performances by sophomore tailback Cory Bell who finished with a quick 79 yards and a touchdown, and freshman tailback Semei Mitchell who finished with an eleven yard touchdown run.  

Sophomore defensive end, Monte Taylor, finished with a strong game off of the edge, finishing with ten tackles including two sacks and five tackles for a loss.