Whiteford 64, Stryker 0

OTTAWA LAKE – The Whiteford Bobcats piled 44 points in the first quarter to force an early running clock in a 64-0 win over Stryker Friday.

Hunter Lake intercepted three first quarter passes for the Bobcats, returning two for touchdowns. Ty Eitniear passed for two touchdown passes and D’Ondre Shaw rushed for two scores for the Bobcats, who improved to 2-0.

Stryker was held to -1 yards of total offense. Treylan Hess was in on five tackles while DeShaun Williams had 3 tackles for loss for the Bobcats.

Whiteford set a school record for points in the first quarter (44) and points in any quarter (44) by going up 44-0 after the first quarter. The 57 points scored in the first half was also a Whiteford record.

Lake tied a Bobcat record with two interception returns for a touchdown in a single quarter and had three picks in all, one shy of the single game Bobcat record.

Whiteford will travel to Summerfield next week for the start of the TCC season. Whiteford enters the game having won 16 straight overall games and 20 straight regular season contests.

Whiteford 64, Stryker 0

Stryker 0 0 0 0 = 0

Whiteford 44 13 7 0 = 64

W – Hunter Lake 9 pass from Ty Eitniear (Ty Eitniear run)

W – Hunter Lake 28 interception return (pass failed)

W – Hunter Lake 55 interception return (Ty Eitniear run)

W – Bradyn Clark-Gilmore 50 pass from Ty Eitniear (Zack Bertz run)

W – Logan Murphy 43 run (Treylan Hess pass from Hunter Lake)

W – Devon Shaw 51 run (kick failed)

W – Caleb Williams 5 run (kick failed)

W – D’Ondre Shaw 6 run (Nathan Bauman kick)

W – D’Ondre Shaw 56 run (Nathan Bauman kick)

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