Team Brown moves to 26-10 against Team White in Spring Game – PCPatriot

Smith and Wells show their chemistry in the first half

NOIRSBOURG – Virginia Tech football held its spring game, presented by PMSi, on Saturday and the brown team ran away with it, earning a 26-10 victory over the white team at Lane Stadium.

Team brown outscored Team White 293-126 offensively in total yards in the two-hour game, while each team had three sacks on the day. There were quite a few big chunks, including eight points and assists over 20 yards.

Virginia Tech Hokies wide receiver Kaleb Smith (80) catches a touchdown pass during the spring game at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Brian Bishop/The Patriot)

Two of the eight were big plays from the quarterback Grant Wells to receiver Kaleb Smith, showing their chemistry, with Smith picking up both a 47-yard touchdown and a 51-yard touchdown in the first quarter. In one-on-one coverage, Smith beat his man both times and Wells threw two pennies where they should be. Smith finished the day with 103 receiving yards and three catches.

Strategist Devin Farrell also played well, rushing for 41 yards and scoring a fourth-quarter touchdown to put it away.

For the White team, he averaged an impressive 12.6 yards per play but couldn’t sustain it in the long run, scoring his only touchdown in the final moment of the game. Strategist Ben Locklear threw a 7-yard touchdown to the receiver Conner Dusenbury as time expired.

There were no turnovers that day, but six Hokies turned in a sack, including Eli Adams, Norell Pollard, Wilfried Pene, Ty Juan Garbutt, Gunner Data and Keli Lawson. defensive back Ny’Quee Hawkins and linebacker Keshon Artis each had five tackles, a team high.

At halftime, the head coach Brent Pry presented the spring awards to the team in midfield.

Virginia Tech Hokies defensive line coach JC Price speaks to players during the spring game at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Brian Bishop/The Patriot)

2022 Tech Tough Strength & Conditioning Award

defensive back Brion Murray | linebacker Matt Johnson

Best Improvement Award 2022
tight end Nick Gallo | defensive lineman Josh Fuga

Offensive MVP 2022
Recipient Da’Wain Lofton

Defensive MVP 2022
defensive back Chamari Conner

2022 Special Teams MVP
linebacker Keli Lawson | defensive back Jalen Stroman

2022 President’s Leadership Award
linebacker Dax Hollifield

Frank Beamer Ultimate Teammate Award 2022
Quarterback / Athlete Connor Blumrick

The next time the Hokies are back in action will be on the road at Old Dominion on Friday, September 2.

Virginia Tech Hokies coach Brent Pry leads his team onto the field before the spring game at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va. (Photo by Brian Bishop/The Patriot)