Serbia: Kragujevac Wild Boars down stubborn Indija Indians for win #2

The defending Serbian champions, the Kragujevac Wild Boars (2-0) were finally able to subdue a surprisingly tough Indija Indians (1-1) team 30-21 Sunday to stay unbeaten in the Serbian American Football league.

But but not without a fight.

Every time it looked as if the Wild Boars would pull away, Indija found another way to score.

Wild Boars quarterback Dalton Oliver threw three touchdowns passes to Strahinja Stepovic while running back Joshua Quezada scored a fourth. Petar Goic kicked a field goal and three extra points.

Blair Black of the Indians threw two touchdown passes to Goran Zec and a third to Aleksandar Borković.

Kragujevac took a 14-7 halftime lead on touchdowns by Stepovic and Quezada but the Indians countered early in the third quarter as Zec hauled in a Black pass for a score to tie the game at 14-14.

Wild Boars RB Joshua Quezada scored 1 TD Photo: Igor Lazarevic

Oliver then connected with Stepovic who got in behind the secondary and went 65 yards to give Kragujevac a 20-14 lead.

Goic kicked a field goal to increase the lead to 23-14 but the Indians came back. Black threw a 27 yard touchdown strike to Borković and the Indians were within two, 23-21.

Wild Boars WR Strahinja Stepovic scored 3 TDs Photo: Igor Lazarevic

Then with just under a minutes left in the game, Oliver secured the win with a 32 yard touchdown pass to Stepovic.

With the win, Kragujevac improves to 2-0 in the Serbian league while the Indians fall to 1-1.

 

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