In Week 2 of the National Convention, the Indians beat the Cimarrones from Baja California Autonomous University.
Ciudad Juarez—— The ending was not suitable for heart patients so the UACJ Indians had no choice but to endure and win their second victory at Onefa Major League National Convention. They beat the Cimarrones from Autonomous University by 34 to 27 last night. California.
It took the Cimarrones less than two minutes to tie the game and then attack from their 25 yard line. At the end of the fourth and first quarters, with 1:46 remaining, they missed five yards, and then the quarterback’s fourth and six yards Alejandro Melendez had to run. The referee gave a personal foul to the Indians and they were able to rebound.
With 27 points remaining in the fourth period, and 2:04 left in the quarter, quarterback Samir Gutierrez hit Eric Guerrero from his own 45 yard line. Guerrero was successful in catching the ball on the diagonal with a touchdown. After the extra points, the Indians led 34-27 with a 55 yard touchdown pass.
Melendez attempted to find teammates on the left sideline in midfield but was unsuccessful. The local defense held the ball well. There is still one second remaining on the clock so the Cimaron can cause damage.
Melendez attempted two incomplete passes from his 45 yard line. However, in the third attempt, Enrique Parker found Melendez and they reached the UACJ 41-yard line with 51 seconds remaining. It was the first and 10th. On the fourth, they fell again. They returned to the 10th and first positions with a complete passing. With 5.9 seconds left, they were within 20 feet of the promised area.
Melendez handed the ball to the right side. Melendez caught the ball by a visitor receiver. However, the official gave an offensive penalty and declared it over.
After not getting hurt in the quarter that began, the Indians started scoring in the second quarter. Eric Guerrero was hit with a 69 yard pass by Mario Ortega. Yard pass. Melendez ran 16 yards for the tie, less than five minutes later.
Cimarones started the third quarter with a fast and powerful offense, taking advantage of the fact that Juarez’s pothole-sized hole opened in the center line and Carlos Navarro crossed freely to reach the diagonal line. Medium running takes one minute and 33 seconds.
Ismail Soto gave Indians the lead with a 26 yard sprint at 6:57 before halftime. But the Indian defense was unable to stop the visiting attack. At 58 seconds, Alejando Limon (Alejando) Limón)’s 25-yard sprint touchdown.
Due to Gutiérrez’s 25-yard pass to Aarón Navarro, UACJ tied with 5 points and 27 points in the third quarter, but the away team’s response came from Meléndez’s 79-yard pass to Enrique Pak. This time, they didn’t add any points and UABC lead 27-21.
Gutierrez was used by the Indian to pass the ball onto Navarro at the beginning of the fourth period. However, Navarro missed the extra point.
The Juarense team will remain on the job for the next two week. They will resume operations before Saturday, November 27, when they will receive sheep from ITESM Campus Querétaro.