Help us keep our content free!
Written by: John Robbins on Tuesday, October 13th, 2020
In West Middlesex’s homecoming and final regular season home game, the Big Reds went out with a shutout 26-0 win over the Kennedy Catholic Golden Eagles. The scoring was opened up for West Middlsex by quarterback Ty Tate who ran it in from a yard out. The two-point conversion failed leading to a 6-0 lead for the Big Reds at the end of the first quarter. Tate would find the endzone again late in the second quarter pushing the lead to 12-0. This time the Big Reds would convert the two-point play when Tate found wide receiver, and homecoming king, Chris Smith in the endzone. That would make West Middlesex lead 14-0 at halftime. The Big Reds running back, Ian Smith, would have his turn in the endzone when he took a three yard run for his first touchdown of the night. With the starting place kicker Eli Asch out for the game Smith would also attempt the point after attempt and would miss the kick pushing the lead to 20-0. Smith would score his second touchdown of the night following a blocked punt by the Big Reds. Smith would take the ball ten yards on one play to go up 26-0 with the two-point conversion being intercepted by Kennedy Catholic’s Elijah Smith. That score would hold till the final whistle blew. West Middlesex moves to 3-2 on the year and will play their final regular season game against Mercer next Friday.
Follow PA Football News on Twitter @PaFootballNews
© Copyright 1997-2022 PA Football News. No portion of this website may be reproduced or duplicated without the express written consent of PA Football News.
Home | Advertising | Contact Us | Internships