Football 2B: Toledo blows Stevenson | Soccer


“We had to find what worked, and Geoffrey in the middle was what worked for us,” Christensen said.

Under center, Wyatt Nef added 92 yards to him, including 53 from a first-quarter touchdown that put Toledo up 14-0. This happened after he started the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown, then came back to the board in the third quarter with a 5-yard score.

On the wings, Justin Filla hit the paydirt twice – 13 yards in the first quarter and 27 to cover the day’s damage in the third – and racked up 58 yards, while Zane Raney ran for 62 yards and a touchdown.

“We handled the ball really well,” said Christensen. “Up front, our guys blocked hard. It was good for us overall.

For the second week in a row, the Riverhawks held their opponent scoreless for the first three quarters. Stevenson tried to throw the ball despite the conditions, and the Toledo high school stopped the Bulldogs. Nef and Austin Norris both had interceptions, as the Riverhawks smothered the Bulldogs and continued to return the ball to their offense to score more.

“Defensively we played just really well,” said Christensen. “We finally executed the game plan as we had set it up. I’m really proud of the way the guys did it.

Toledo (3-0) will now have an extra day off to prepare for a mini glove, with Wahkiakum arriving north next Friday and a showdown with No.5 Onalaska looms after that.

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