DEC beats Lobos for Holyland Bowl title

In the other end-of-season Bowl games, One Jerusalem defeated D & B in the Terem Bowl.

By SIMON PACK
March 11, 2009 06:54
DEC beats Lobos for Holyland Bowl title

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After 20 weeks of the Moshiko Men's Contact League of the Talk'n'Save AFI, Derech Etz Chaim took the Holyland Bowl title by beating the Lobos 24-6. Lobos scored on its first drive on a Josh Kleiner TD, but DEC was patient and tied it with a score of their own before the half. After the break, DEC proved to be too much as their defense held Lobos scoreless and their offense put together a few long drives, including a deep-bomb strike to receiver Chaim Gross. An injury to Lobos' Aryeh Rudman proved to be the last straw for the Lobos, who couldn't add to their total in the second half. In the other end-of-season Bowl games, One Jerusalem defeated D & B in the Terem Bowl, Kesher Krew edged Torat Shragah in the Moshiko Bowl, Famous Consulting nailed YZMS in the Talk'n'Save Bowl, Travaglini dominated Kol Contacts in the Jerusalem Sports Medicine Cup, and Ohr David captured the Itzhak Fink Medics Cup over Studio 803.

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