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Fliers Two Game Feast over after 42-0 Drubbing of Columbian! Trevor Burtch Near Perfect!
Okay, Flier fans! We are 7-0 after our boys decimated a second straight winless Lake Division foe. Tonight, Trevor Burtch dissected the Tornadoes secondary with a 11-12 night passing including two touchdowns to Jaylan Johnson and he to fellow senior Rob Webb. Trevor continues to put up magical numbers in his first year as a varsity quarterback. He has been an outstanding weapon for Coach Ryan Carter’s very lethal offense.
The Fliers wasted no time with the outmanned Columbian team. At the 11:14 mark of the opening quarter. Number 12 hit Jaylan on a 36 yard touchdown pass. Five minutes later, Trevor connected with Jaylan again n a one yard pass for six points. Mason Johnson connected on his second PAT. On the final play of the quarter, junior Braydi Clark burst over the goal line from the one, and the outcome was basically decided.
In the second quarter at the 9:12 mark, the precision passer hit Rob Webb for a 12 yard touchdown. With 2:12 left till half, senior Back Lewis Orr broke up the middle from the six to make it 35-0 at halftime.
Once again, the Fliers could use junior varsity players in a varsity game in the second half. With the mercy rule in effect, the Fliers added a final score. Backup quarterback Ryan Lozier ran two yards for the sixth and final touchdown.
No surprise tonight. Our team took command and finished Tiffin off quickly. The Fliers had 22 first downs to just 7 for Tiffin. They had 332 net total yards to the Tornadoes’ 102. Braydi Clark continued to be an awesome runner. Heran for 105 yards on 11 carries. Jaylan had 4 catches including two for scores. Sophomore Carson Rieman caught two serials including one for 49 yards.
Now, the Fliers give up the ‘cheesecake’ diet for a big game with undefeated Sandusky at Stroebel Field. The Streaks nipped our week 9 opponent, Norwalk 17-14 tonight. The game looks to decide the eventual champion of the new Lake Division of the SBC. Sandusky brings a challenge the Fliers have not confronted since they beat Anthony Wayne 30-28 a month ago.
By now, the mighty Fliers have developed a wealth of confidence and no doubt the Blue Streaks are strutting around Erie County as well. Something must give next Friday. Sandusky will bring its speed and athleticism; the Fliers will bring its interior strength and varied offensive threats. It should be a dandy of a game. No doubt, our boys now know they can beat about anybody. Friday they get the chance to beat a real somebody!