BERLIN CENTER OH- The Springfield Tigers has to grind through a slow start to eventually cruise to a 31-0 victory over Western Reserve on Friday night.
Western Reserve’s first drive are up 10 minutes of clock. But the Devils couldn’t finish the drive as it stalled in Springfield territory. After the Tigers went up 3-0, the Devils had another opportunity. With the ball inside the ten, the Tigers defense stiffened up and held the Devils scoreless. That would end up being Western Reserve’s Final opportunity to be competitive as the Tigers scored the next 28 points and won 31-0.
Beau Brungard led the Tigers offensive attack on the ground with 6 rushes for 80 yards and 2 TDs. Through the air he went 9/13 for 182 yards. Clayton Nezbeth tumbled into the endzone twice.
David Altiere tan hard for the Devils. On 26 rushes, he ran for 108 yards. That’s an average of 4.2 yards a carry.
Springfield finally gets a home game next Friday as they host McDonald. Western Reserve will have to regroup on the road as they travel to Mineral Ridge.