Updated Fri, Sep 23, 2011 11:25 pm
Domination, thy name is Wahama. The White Falcons continued their reign over the TVC-Hocking with a 61-8 drubbing of Waterford Wildcats Friday night. Waterford appeared to have gained momentum early by almost taking the opening kickoff to the end zone. It was only a tease from the White Falcon defense, as they dashed any chances the Wildcats had of finding a rhythm after that play.
On their first possession, the Wildcats used a fake punt to set up the first scoring drive which was capped with a 1-yard touchdown run by Crandal Neal.
Though their second drive was ended with an interception in the red zone, Wahama stuck to their game plan, and would find themselves scoring on five consecutive drives to end the first half.
Issac Lee made the best of his limited opportunities for Wahama, gaining 109 yards on just four carries and scoring one touchdown. Anthony Grimm had a good day on the ground too, rushing for 71 yards and scoring three times. Derek Brown scored the lone touchdown for Waterford.
Wahama will look to continue steamrolling their opposition when they take on Southern next Friday. Waterford will look to rebound against Trimble.