Vukovi Belgrade Now Alone On Top In Serbia

In a game of two unbeaten teams, SBB Vukovi Belgrade took care of business Sunday defeating the Kragujevac Wild Boars 42-28 in a game that teetered until late in the fourth quarter.

Vukovi quarterback John Uribe threw four touchdown passes, three to receiver Tony Washington in a game that see sawed from one half to the other.

Mihailo Josovic added two rushing touchdowns while Nikola Simovic caught a touchdown pass and Vladimir Dimitrijevic kicked four PATs to account for Belgrade’s scoring.

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Photo: Igor Lazarević

Uribe was grateful to his defense:

“In the first half we were playing well but it was our defense, especially late in the game, that got us the win. We invested a lot of hard work and effort in this game and this is certainly an important victory for the whole team.”

Wild Boars quarterback Jamie Blunt threw three touchdown passes and ran for another in a losing cause.

After a tight first quarter, Vukovi broke open a 14-14 game reeling off three unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 34-14 halftime lead.

However, the third quarter belonged to Kragujevac as Blunt found Stefan Djuric and Philip Nedeljkovića to close the gap to 34-28.

Josovic sealed the win midway through the final stanza scoring from 18 yards out while Washington added the two point conversion.

This leaves Vukovi in sole possession of first place in Serbia with two weekends remaining in the regular season. In other action, the Pancevo Panthers edged the Sirmium Legionaries 29-28 and the Novi Sad Dukes rolled over the Indija Indians 51-0.

Source: SBB Vukovi Belgrade

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