Apple Cup Score: Huskies VictoriousBy Reema, Gaea News Network
Sunday, December 5, 2010
WASHINGTON D.C (GaeaTimes.com)- It was a great day for the University of Washington Huskies, as they bagged the Apple Cup 2010 against Washington State Cougars, with a final score of 35-28. The match was a tough competition marked by a constant oscillation between the two teams, in all the four quarters. The match ended in utter disappointment for the defeated Washington State, as they expected to win the match desperately.
Andrew Shapman, a freshman student of Washington State said that they could do everything possible to win the match, but somewhere they went wrong. However, he is still with the good hopes, that next year their team would perform even better. On the other hand, James Michaels, a fan from the University of Washington clearly said that their team is much better than the Washington State and like every time, they have put their best foot forward. This year the team has shown what it is actually capable of, to live upto the name of their institution. University of Washington, who was trailing at the 23rd position, has now moved to 5-2. The coach of their team, Lorenzo Romar said that he is extremely happy with the final Apple Cup score.
In the first quarter the Huskies were leading the Cougars with a score of 7-0. At the half, they once again doubled the score, with the cougars trailing with seven points and the huskies with 14. Even by the end of the third quarter, the winner was at a lead, with a score of 21-14. By the end, they lifted up their score to 25, while the cougars were once again seven points behind then, with 28. It may be said that the Apple Cup score was in favor of the Huskies, all through out. After the end of every quarter, the winners were seven points ahead of the cougars.
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