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Warriors Win NOL Debut At Willard

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/20/2013

Ontario's first ever game in Northern Ohio League play would be a successful one, as they knocked off Willard 45-14.

Warriors led 23-0 at the end of the 1st quarter behind a pair of scores from Cameron Mack and extended their lead out to 31-6 at the break with 3 touchdown passes from Tyler Boatwright. Ontario was content to keep the ball on the ground and work the clock in the second half, trading late 4th quarter scores with the Flashes for a big 31-point win.

The Warriors finished with 345 yards of total offense, holding Willard to just 177. Boatwright completed 9-15 passes for 3 TD's and 2 Int's, Mack caught 5 balls for 63 yards and 2 scores, running in another. Dylan Caudill carried 20 times for the Flashes picking up 50 yards. Logan Blanchard went 1-5 through the air for 2 yds and 1 Int.

With the win Ontario improves to 3-1, they will host 3-1 Norwalk next Friday. The loss drops Willard to 1-3 on the season, the teams 7th straight loss to the Warriors.

   
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