Trey Bowling was wide open on a tight end reception for a touchdown.
Defensive back Gus Hurst intercepts the ball for a pick six, but was called back. Gus caught the next pass in the end zone to end the game.
East Atchison traveled to Stewartsville to take on the Cardinals on Friday, October 5. Stewartsville won the toss and elected to receive the ball. Briacin Bywater kicked off for the Wolves and put the ball through the back of the end zone, giving the Cardinals the ball on the 15 yard line. EA held the Cardinals to a three and out. Gage McAdams returned the ball to midfield. On the first play EA fumbled and gave the Cardinals good field position. Two plays later McAdams intercepted the ball and the Wolves took over on the 15 yard line. Quarterback Jake McEnaney handed off to running back Briacin Bywater, who went the length of the field to put the first six points on the board. McEnaney ran in for the two point conversion, giving the Wolves the lead 8-0. Stewartsville answered back on the next drive and the PAT was no good, making the score 8-6. This would end the first quarter.
In the second quarter the EA started clicking, moving the ball to the five yard line before McEnaney handed off to Bywater who went up the middle for six. McEnaney hit receiver Kaylin Merriweather for the two point conversion giving the Wolves a 16 to 6 lead.
The EA defense would hold on the next possession for Stewartsville. McEnaney punched the ball in for the next score, and the two point conversion was good. Following a good defensive stand Gage McAdams set the next score up with a big punt return. McEnaney then hit McAdams again in the end zone just before half, giving the Wolves a 32-6 lead.
Coming out of halftime the Wolves’ offense was a little slow getting things rolling. With 5:20 left in the third McEnaney hit tight end Trey Bowling on a go pattern for six points. The PAT was good, making the score 40-6. After two possessions the Wolves found the end zone again with a quarterback keeper by Jake McEnaney. The PAT was no good, giving the Wolves a 46-6 lead. This ended the third quarter.
At the start of the fourth quarter defensive back Gus Hurst intercepted the ball and returned it for a touchdown, but it was called back. On the next play quarterback Jake McEnaney found Hurst in the end zone to end the game at 52-6.
EA will travel to Stanberry to take on the Bulldogs in this Friday’s match-up.