Stars 0 3 0 0 3
Stripes 3 7 14 7 31
Date of game: 1/19/2013
Game Log
Qtr 4
TEAM TEAM rushed wide left to the Stripes 14 for -11 yards.

Qtr 4
Drew Alleman kicked off 62 yards from the Stripes 35 to the Stars 3. Charles James to the Stars 27 for 24 yards.

Qtr 4
Jeremy Shelley extra point is good.

Qtr 4
6-yard run by Michael Hill.

Qtr 4
Casey Brockman pass to B.J. Stewart to the Stars 45 for 17 yards.

Qtr 3
Tino Sunseri pass to Washaun Ealey to the Stars 14 for -11 yards.

Qtr 3
Jeremy Shelley extra point is good.

Qtr 3
13-yard pass fromj Robert Marve to Tyron Laughinghouse.

Qtr 3
Perry Jones rushed to the Stripes 45 for 1 yard.

Qtr 3
Perry Jones rushed to the Stripes 44 for 2 yards.

Qtr 3
Robert Marve pass to Perry Jones to the Stripes 38 for 5 yards.

Qtr 3
Jeremy Shelley extra point is good.

Qtr 3
9-yard run by Perry Jones.

Qtr 3
Perry Jones rushed left to the Stars 27 for 11 yards.

Qtr 3
James Vandenberg pass to Perry Jones to the Stripes 38 for 4 yards.

Qtr 3
James Vandenberg pass to Jerry Johnson to the Stripes 40 for 8 yards.

Qtr 2
30-yarder by Casey Barth.

Qtr 2
Drew Alleman extra point is good.

Qtr 2
2-yard run by Michael Hill.

Qtr 1
Casey Barth 47 yard field goal missed wide right.

Qtr 1
Derrick Washington rushed for no gain.

Qtr 1
21-yarder by Drew Alleman.

Qtr 1
Robert Marve pass to Kelly Johnson to the Stripes 40 for 17 yards.

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