Saturday, November 13, 2010

Bryant leads Storm defense as Lake Erie gets routed in Ashland

Lake Erie College’s three-game winning streak was snapped in Ashland as the Eagles scored just seconds into the contest and broke open the game with a huge third quarter on its way to an 87-17 victory Saturday at Jack Miller Stadium.

Joe Horn scored six touchdowns for Ashland (8-3, 7-3 GLIAC), who outscored the Storm 42-0 in the third quarter on its way to winning its seventh in a row to close the season. Lake Erie (3-8, 3-7 GLIAC) turned the ball over seven times.

Admiral King graduate Cameron Bryant reached double digits in tackles for the fifth straight game, leading Lake Erie with 12 tackles and a sack.

Lake Erie won three of its last four games, including a 48-45 win over Findlay, 30-15 over Ohio Dominican and 31-27 over Tiffin.

Last year as a sophomore, Bryant played in all 11 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams, making 19 tackles. He even returned a kickoff for seven yards at West Liberty on Sept. 12 and recovered an onside kick attempt at Wesley on Nov. 7.

As a freshman, he played in nine games as a true freshman, making six total tackles, including three solo. He was also named team’s Scout Defensive Player of the Year.
Bryant played four years of football and baseball in high school. He was an All-Lorain County First Teamer in football twice and All-District and All-Lake Erie League First Team selection. He was also an All-Lorain County and All-LEL First Teamer in baseball.

Bryant’s grandfather Charles Bryant played football at Ohio State University and professionally for the St. Louis Cardinals. Bryant’s great-grandfather Clay Bryant pitched six seasons for the Chicago Cubs, appearing in the 1938 World Series.

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