On Friday night, the Colonels demonstrated their dominance with six touchdowns before halftime, establishing a formidable 40-0 lead against the visiting M.L. King Lions.
The commanding halftime advantage allowed for a “running clock” in the latter half, allowing the Colonels to showcase more of their team players in the concluding quarters.
The spotlight was on Cass’s quarterback, Brodie McWhorter, who impressively landed four touchdown passes to Sacovie White. Not to be outdone, running back Devin Henderson made his mark with two touchdown runs, further amplifying the team’s victory.
Cass wasted no time, marking their presence on the scoreboard within just three plays. Following a robust defense against the Lions, the Colonels began their offensive from the 48-yard line. Henderson completed the 52-yard drive, securing a touchdown from 16 yards out. Thanks to Austin McArthur’s proficient kicking skills, the Colonels led 7-0 with over nine remaining left in the initial quarter.
McWhorter connected with White amidst two MLK defenders as the game progressed, resulting in the first of their four touchdowns. This exceptional 45-yard pass concluded a 63-yard drive, propelling the Colonels to a 14-0 lead. By the time the first half was winding down, Henderson’s two-yard touchdown run pushed the score to 21-0.
The duo of McWhorter and White continued their synergy with three more touchdowns in the second quarter. These included scores from 6, 12, and 10 yards out, with the final one wrapping up a brisk two-minute drive spanning 52 yards.
Unfortunately for the M.L. King Lions, they closed the night with a season record of 1-4 after this defeat.
As for the Colonels, they carry forward with momentum, holding a 3-2 record. Fans can anticipate an exciting match next Friday night when Cass faces their county adversaries, Woodland, in the Region 7-5A showdown.
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