Governor Mifflin Handles West York 48-13
Governor Mifflin entered the realm of week zero football with a matchup against York Adams opponent West York. The Mustangs had their way with the Bulldogs last year in York. This year in Shillington no problems for the Mustangs again as Governor Mifflin came out on top 48-13.
Govenor Mifflin’s first year, full time starting QB Kam Wolfe, led a balanced offensive attack. RB’s Bryce Stubler, Isaaac Ruoss , Niles Tanis, and receivers Tyshaun Weaner and Brandon Allen showed why the Mustangs offense will be tough to stop this season. Governor Mifflin’s D looks just as stout as last year. The Mustangs gave up less than 50 yards of total offense to West York in the first half.
“We knew we were going to be a pretty good team this year,” said Jr. RB Bryce Stubler. “We are looking to prove ourselves this year”. Despite a solid game, Senior QB Kam Wolfe was critical of his performance and had praise for his teammates. “I missed a few reads running the option and there were a couple passes that I should not have thrown,” said Wolfe. “The wide outs did an excellent job and Isaac (Ruoss) and Niles Tanis did a heck of a job running the ball”. Head Coach Mick Vecchio said, “The kids still played well. Defensively we contained them like we hoped too and offensively we did what we expected to do.”
Governor Mifflin showed dominance early. At the 9:49 mark of quarter one Bryce Stubler’s used a 28-yard run to give the Mustangs a 7-0 advantage. Two outstanding catch and runs from Wolfe to Brandon Allen for 39 yards and Tyshaun Weaver from 50 yards put the Mustangs up 21-0 after the first stanza. The second quarter featured a barreling 29-yard run from Niles Tanis and Brandon Allen’s second TD catch. 35-0 Mifflin at half.
Mifflin came out after half and the starters controlled the ball on the ground. Isaac Ruoss capped the Mustang scoring with a nifty 24-yard run. The game remained hard hitting to the end. Two fourth quarter TD’s for West York included a sparkling Andrew Lamanna TD grab and our final was Governor Mifflin 48 West York 13.
Next week Governor Mifflin has its matchup with cross town rival Wilson WL. The Mustangs have lost nine of the last 10 in the series. It doesn’t get any easier for West York as they face Central York.
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