BELOIT OH- West Branch continued their impressive form with a dominant performance, blanking Howland 49-0 and showcasing their prowess on both sides of the football.
In an all-around strong offensive display, West Branch demonstrated their versatility by accumulating a total of 152 rushing yards complemented by an impressive 289 passing yards. Boston Mulinix led the ground attack, churning out 57 yards on nine attempts, while CJ Bonnot added 50 yards from six carries.
Quarterback Beau Alazaus orchestrated a highly efficient passing game, completing 19 of 32 attempts for a remarkable 268 yards through the air. Alazaus wasn’t just satisfied with completions; he made a significant impact by throwing for three touchdowns.
Jeremiah Thomas emerged as a favorite target, hauling in 11 catches for a total of 139 yards. His precise routes and reliable hands played a crucial role in West Branch’s passing success.
Not to be overshadowed by their offensive prowess, the West Branch defense delivered a standout performance. They stifled Howland’s offense, allowing a mere 59 total yards throughout the game. This defensive excellence underscored West Branch’s well-rounded approach to the game.
With this commanding win, West Branch continued their hot streak, proving to be a formidable force on both sides of the ball. Their balanced offensive attack and stifling defense make them a team to watch as they look to maintain their winning ways and build on their impressive season.