Weddington jumped all over South Meck and led the Sabres 35-0 at the half before leaving with a 42-0 win that gets them to 3-0 on the season. That score was welcomed relief for Warrior fans who had to wait until after intermission to see the offense get into top gear the past two weeks. The Warriors got on the board when Dante Casciola found Colby Barsz for a 16-yard strike. Casciola would later hit star running back Will Shipley, who added another touchdown on the ground. Eventually, with the game in hand, the Warriors rested their starters and turned to quarterback Grady Brosterhous, a sophomore who had a nice game including throwing a touchdown to Kai Moosbrugger. The Warrior defense pitched its first shutout of the season and will look to continue it this week at Catawba Ridge.
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