Football: Waitsburg-Prescott crushes Weston-McEwen

September 13, 2013 

Waitsburg-Prescott 49, Weston-McEwen 6: Chance LaRue scored two quick touchdowns to open the game — a 12-yard rushing score followed by an 86-yard interception return — to lift the Cardinals to an easy nonleague win over Weston-Mac on Thursday night.

Luke Alexenko later did LaRue one better, returning an interception 94 yards for a score in the third quarter.

Weston-McEwen 0 0 0 6 — 6

Waitsburg-Prescott 21 7 14 7 — 49

SCORING PLAYS

WP—Chance LaRue 12 run (Antonio Benito kick)

WP—LaRue 86 interception return (Benito kick)

WP—James Tompkins 9 run (Benito kick)

WP—Owen Lanning 5 run (Benito kick)

WP—Deven Acevedo 26 pass from Lanning (Benito kick)

WP—Luke Alexenko 94 interception return (Benito kick)

WM—McAllister 69 pass from Washburn (kick failed)

WP—Corey Brownlee 2 run (Benito kick)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—WM, Reger 14-37, Thacker 5-3, Washburn 7-(minus 1), McAllister 4-48, Betts 2-4, Patrick 2-11. WP, Lanning 9-57, Tompkins 2-10, LaRue 7-78, Brownlee 5-44, Jason Carter 5-44, Jacob Dunn 1-0.

PASSING—WM, Washburn 3-6-2-89, McAllister 1-3-1-48; WP—Lanning 8-15-0-93

RECEIVING—WM, McAllister 3-144, #9 1-(minus 5). WP, Tompkins 1-14, Acevedo 4-59, LaRue 1-(minus 1), Colby Brown 1-20, Carter 1-5.

FIRST DOWNS—WM 12, WP 13. FUMBLES-LOST—WM 8-3, WP 1-0. PENALTIES-YARDS—WM 4-30, WP 5-64.

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