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GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Storm Hosts Findlay On Youth Day Saturday Afternoon

GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Storm Hosts Findlay On Youth Day Saturday Afternoon

University of Findlay Oilers (4-3, 4-2 GLIAC)
at Lake Erie College Storm (1-6, 0-6 GLIAC)

When: Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 at 1 p.m.
Where:  Jack Britt Memorial Stadium (3,000 capacity/ProGrass) in Painesville, Ohio | Directions
Live Stats:  
TV/Internet Broadcast: None
Radio/Web Broadcast: ESPN 970 WFUN, Craig Deas (play-by-play) and Mark Richards (analyst)


QUICK NOTES: Saturday is Youth Day/Take a Kid to the Game Day at Jack Britt Memorial Stadium in Painesville.  All kids 14-and-under will be admitted free by wearing their youth football team jersey or with the purchase of an adult ticket.  There will also be a special "Trick or Treat on the Track" at halftime for all kids at the game… The Storm and Findlay meet in a rematch of one of 2010's most exciting games. Last year, Lake Erie rallied from down 10 in the fourth quarter as Sam Marcotte (Chardon, Ohio/Chardon) kicked the game-winning 22-yard field goal as time expired for a 48-45 victory. The win was the first GLIAC victory for the Storm… Sean Bedevelsky (Brunswick, Ohio/Brunswick) had a record day for the Storm against UF, completing 34-of-50 passes for 441 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for two scores and three Lake Erie receivers – including Brandon James (Mentor, Ohio/Mentor) and David Romeo (Eastlake, Ohio/Eastlake North) – had over 100 yards receiving… the Storm is looking for its first conference victory this year heading into its matchup with the Oilers. LEC trailed perennial power Grand Valley State by just two (33-31) going into the fourth quarter last week, before the visiting Lakers scored four times in the first seven minutes of the final period to pull away. Despite the loss, Bedevelsky was 22-of-38 for 280 yards and a pair of touchdowns and Romeo scored on a 72-yard run and a five-yard reception… Findlay has won two straight and four-of-five, most recently a 27-24 win on the road last week at Ohio Dominican.  Running back Monterae Williams is second in the league in rushing and ran for  202 yards against the Storm last year.    





UP NEXT: Lake Erie is on the road the next two weeks, starting Oct. 29 at Ohio Dominican University. Kickoff in Columbus, Ohio is set for Noon. 

ONLINE: During the game, follow the Storm on Twitter at Also, join the LIVE BLOG during the contest at For a complete recap afterwards, with statistics, photos and player and coach interviews, log on to