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Ri Il Ju (PRK) currently plays for U17 World Cup, Group D club North Korea U17. Ri Il Ju is 17 years old (13 Oct 2000) and he is 175 cm tall.
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JU RB Keenan Simpson (14) (feet in air) fumbles after a 2-yard gain in the 2nd quarter. San Diego would recover and score a TD six plays later. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)
JU RB Pernell Rattray (2) stiff-arms SD LB Kim Mahoney on his way to a rush of 25-yards early in the 2nd quarter. Mahoney would make the tackle. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)
JU WR Nic Duch catches a Ryan Wells pass for 8-yards as David Tolbert defends in the 2nd quarter. San Diego lead 35-0 at the half and went on to win 63-10. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)
After JU RB Keenan Simpson (14) fumbled after a 2-yard gain in the 2nd quarter San Diego CB David Tolbert (25) dives to recover the ball as JU RB Pernell Rattray (2) tries to get to the ball. SD would score a TD six plays later. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)
Jacksonville and San Diego played on the same field Saturday, but the two Pioneer League teams were not in the same ballpark.
The Dolphins learned that the hard way in a 63-10 defeat at D.B. Milne Field, the worst home loss in JU history.
Anthony Lawrence threw six touchdown passes as the two-time defending conference champion Toreros (5-2, 4-0) took a 35-0 halftime lead and never let JU (4-3, 2-2) in the game.
The Dolphins, trailing 56-3, scored their only touchdown on a 40-yard pass from Rylan Wells to Jake McGuire with 9:54 remaining.
“It was discouraging,” said JU coach Ian Shields. “We thought we would give the conference champions a good fight, but it wasn’t good enough on any level. It starts with coaching, then goes to execution and ends with effort. I’m disappointed.”
The final stats were as one-sided as the score. San Diego outgained JU 502-235, won the turnover battle 3-0 and time of possession by nearly 15 minutes.
Lawrence threw two touchdown passes apiece to Nate Loya (24 and 32 yards), Ross Dwelley (11 and 1 yard) and Justin Priest (20 and 28 yards). He completed 18 of 24 passes for 268 yards.
Wells threw for only 87 yards and the Dolphins’ run-option offense was limited to 137 yards on 38 carries.
The 63 points allowed was the most ever by JU, which gave up 62 at San Diego in 2007.
The Dolphins play at Campbell next Saturday.
Ju Yingzhi. Biography
Ju Yingzhi was born on 24 July 1987 in Dalian, China. He currently plays as a midfielder for the Hong Kong First Division League side Sun Pegasus.
Ju started out his professional career with his hometown side Dalian Shide in 2004 where he played for four years. In 2006, he was sent on loan to Citizen. After Ju Yingzhi scored a splendid winning goal in a 5-4 victory over Sun Hei he was signed on a permanent deal with Citizen and played there until 2011. In 2011, Ju Yingzhi joined Sun Pegasus and plays for the club till today.
In 2005, Ju Yingzhi earned several caps to the China U19 team. Since 2010, he is capped to the Hong Kong national team. He scored his maiden international goal in a 2010 Long Teng Cup match against Philippines.
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NE_Cooks 11 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 12:26.
NE_FG Gostkowski 29, 4:42.
NE_White 2 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), :21.
NE_FG Gostkowski 21, 4:12.
NE_FG Gostkowski 38, 9:15.
Atl_Ju.Jones 1 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 4:09.
RUSHING_Atlanta, Freeman 12-72, Ryan 3-37, T.Coleman 6-16, Gabriel 1-(minus 5). New England, Lewis 13-76, Burkhead 6-31, Gillislee 8-31, White 4-19, Brady 5-5.
PASSING_Atlanta, Ryan 23-33-0-233. New England, Brady 21-29-0-249.
RECEIVING_Atlanta, Ju.Jones 9-99, Sanu 6-65, Freeman 3-18, Gabriel 2-24, Hardy 2-21, Hooper 1-6. New England, White 5-28, Hogan 4-71, Cooks 4-65, Gronkowski 3-51, Amendola 3-17, Burkhead 1-11, Lewis 1-6.
MISSED FIELD GOALS_Atlanta, Bryant 36.View Comments 0 Sign up for e-newsletters
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Ju Feng (Chinese: 鞠枫 ; pinyin: Jū Fēng ; Mandarin pronunciation: [tɕý fə́ŋ] ; born 11 January 1995) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for J2 League side Ehime FC on loan from Guangzhou Evergrande.
Ju Feng started his professional football career in 2013 when he joined Liaoning Youth for the 2013 China League Two.  He played 13 league matches of 14 in the season under manager Yasuharu Kurata. Ju moved to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F academy in January 2014 and transferred to Guangzhou Evergrande in the summer.  He played at Guangzhou Evergrande's reserved team until he was loaned to J2 League side Ehime FC for one season on 9 March 2017.  Before joining Ehime FC, Ju also made trials with several J League clubs such as Montedio Yamagata, Mito HollyHock and Ventforet Kofu in 2016. On 21 June 2017, he made his debut for the club in a 2–1 home win against Kamatamare Sanuki in the second round of 2017 Emperor's Cup. 
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