CEFL: Vukovi Stay Strong In Budapest [Highlights]

Photo: Dragan Zabunovic 
The SBB Vukovi Belgrade continued their strong start with another big win. The Budapest Wolves were no match, losing 18-44 at home. The Vukovi's quarterback Lance Kriesien stood out again, running in for two, passing for one and even catching a touchdown.

Surprisingly though, the Wolves held a 3-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. When it seemed they had something to hope for, the Vukovi blew them out in the second quarter, scoring three times unanswered. Kriesien ran in for the first, passed to Anthony Washington and managed to be on the receiving end of a pass from David Lukić.

Luka Mihajlović scored on a touchdown run to make it a convincing 3-29. The Wolves did answer back with their first two touchdowns of the game, but so did the Vukovi. Mario Lugonja ran in for a touchdown and Kriesien finished the way he started, getting another rushing score.

Dávid Récsey had two passing touchdowns in the loss. One to András Storcz and one to Krisztián Piros.

The two teams appear to be going in completely different directions, as the Vukovi are 2-0 and the Wolves 0-2. They may as well need to win all of their remaining games in order to advance to CEFL Bowl VIII.

The Vukovi, who lost their new kicker to injury in the season opener, had their long time kicker Milan Matović in uniform again. He was a surprising 4/4 on extra point attempts.

Goran Košutić
Read the story HERE