Warren County moved to 4-1 on the season after Friday night's game in Roberta.
"In my opinion the game went very well," said head coach Steven Simpson. "We improved in all aspects of the game from the previous week. We were also able to get many of our young players into the game for an extended period of time."
The Screaming had seven different players score touchdowns during the Oct. 9 game.
Warren County began its scoring in the first quarter after a fumble return to the two-yard line by Ra'Kyus McCord. Jalen Hardy then scored from the two for on a rushing touchdown, and Tony Wynn scored the two-point conversion. WCHS went ahead 8-0.
Warren County scored three times in the second quarter. The first was on a 14-yard run by Wynn for the touchdown followed by Hardy with the two-point conversion by Hardy, bringing the score to 16-0.
The second was a 23-yard run and two-point conversion by Tay Robertson, bringing the score to 24-0. Kyree Evans then scored on a 24-yard pass from Hardy, and Robertson scored the two point conversion. Going into halftime, Warren County held a 32-0 lead.
Warren County scored three more times in the third quarter. Evans scored on a 33-yard run with Justyn Stanford scoring the two-point conversion to bring the score to 40-0. Rashad Myers scored on a 43-yard run, and he also score the two-point conversion to bring the score to 48-0. Stanford scored on a 38-yard run, and McCord scored the two-point conversion to bring the score to 56-0.
Crawford County finally scored in the third quarter but missed the extra point, bringing the score to 56-6.
The final score of the game came from McCord on a four-yard run, bringing the final score to 62-6.
"The win over Crawford gave us a good start in the region," Simpson said. "Getting that first region win under our belt was important for us from a momentum standpoint. The win not only builds confidence but helps us get one step closer to the goal of competing for a region title."
Simspon said Kyree Evans had a big game for WCHS, rushing for 83 yards and racking up 24 yards receiving. On defense, Stanford led the team with two tackles, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
Warren County will face Hancock Central on Friday at 7:30 pm in Warrenton.
"Preparing for Hancock is a huge task," Simpson said. "They will bring a great deal of pressure on defense to try and disrupt the wing-T offense. We must focus on our blocking assignments."
He added that on offense Hancock is athletic and have the potential to break big plays.
"We must work to be sound in our schemes and our open field tackling," Simpson said.
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