Reynoso Records Fuel Wilson WL Romp Over Lebanon
Wilson WL seems to be hitting its stride at the right time of year. An uncharacteristic slow start by the Bulldogs has now 180’d . Wilson added to its Lancaster-Lebanon league win streak legacy by dispatching Lebanon 46-11 Friday night.
Normally a team will take some time to celebrate a win, not Wilson WL tonight. From Head Coach Doug Dahms to record breaking running back Iggy Reynoso, it was all about getting fired up for next week’s game with Manhiem Twp. “On paper they (Manheim Twp) are better than us, but, that’s why you play the game,” said Coach Dahms. The team feels the pressure of continuing the 68 game L-L league win streak. “I think they feel it. They don’t want to be the team that loses it.” Record breaking Running back Iggy Reynoso said, “There may be some pressure on some guys, but most of us know that if we go out and just execute, we will be all right.”
Reynoso has clearly become the focus of the Wilson offense, and it showed Friday night. His stellar night included four TDs. His fourth TD made Iggy the all time leader in touchdowns scored in Berks County football history. Iggy’ s 161 rushing yards moved him into third place on the Berks County all time rushing list. Reynoso also crossed over the 5,000 career mark for total yards.
Wilson took the opening kick and scored on their first offensive play. QB Connor Uhrig hit Nick Johnson on a 29-yard TD. Wilsons second offensive play was an Iggy Reynoso 39 yard TD. Everyone in the stadium felt the game was already over. Everyone except the Lebanon Cedars.
The Cedars drove the ball the length of the field for a Tanner Mease 28-yd FG. After a successful on side kick, the Cedars punched in a score. A wild 2 pointer and we had a ballgame 14-11 with 2:27 left in quarter one. In the remainder of the game, Wilson did what Wilson does, imposing their will on an opponent.
The second quarter was all Iggy Reynoso. Iggy finished off a grinding 64-yard drive and ran through the Cedars D for a classic 44 yard score. A late field goal made it 30-11 Wilson at half.
The Iggy night continued in quarter three. Reynoso’s fourth TD made him the all time leader in Berks Co. history for TD’s. It was 37-11 midway through quarter three. A nifty TD run by Abdul MacFoy, and the D getting into the act with a safety made our final Wilson WL 46 Lebanon 11.
Wilson puts a 68 game league win streak on the line next week visiting Manheim Twp. Lebanon is up against J P McCaskey.
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