Wilson WL Overpowers J.P. McCaskey 55-0 Presented By PJ Whelihans Reading PA
When the Wilson Bulldogs begin Lancaster Lebanon League section one play its all about numbers. Gaudy numbers. Thirteen straight wins over McCaskey. Eight consecutive league titles. 58 straight league wins. Make that 14 straight over the Red Tornadoes and 59 straight league wins. Friday night, Wilson WL had no problem with J.P. McCaskey by blowing away the Red Tornadoes 55-0.
Wilson’s defense has been stellar all season long. Friday night was no different. The Bulldog D held McCaskey to only 34 total yards. On offense there were many stars, like Iggy Renoso’s 124 yards rushing, QB Connor Uhrig’s three TD passes from eight completions, and Mason McElroy’s two TD’s.
WIlson Head Coach Doug Dahms still feels his team has room to improve on many fronts. On RB Renoso, ” He’s still learning our offense, he still needs to learn where the seams are going to open up.” On QB Uhrig’s performance, ” He is still learning.” On his team’s overall performance, “We are inexperienced, and it shows.”
The Wilson scoring machine began early. The Bulldogs opening drive was capped off by a QB Uhrig to Alex Twiford six yd TD making it 7-0 7:13 quarter one. Wilson recovered a fumble on the kick off. With :13 later Uhrig tossed an 18 yard score to Mason McElroy. The only problem Wilson had all night was making extra points and soon the score was 12-0 Bulldogs . The Wilson D stopped McCaskey without a first down again. The next Wilson drive was culminated with a 15 yard McElroy TD run early in quarter two making the score 18-0 Wilson. Justin Weller capped off the next Wilson drive with a nifty 31-yard weaving TD catch and run. A two pointer made it 25-0. As the half was winding down, Iggy Renoso wiggled his way to pay dirt from 23 yards. At the half, it was Wilson 32 McCaskey 0.
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Wilson began the second half as they ended the first. Freshman Abdul MacFoy’s TD on the Bulldog opening drive made it 39-0. The defense got into the act next. A safety following a bad punt snap got the score to 41-0. TD’s by Darius Copeland and Alex Jozwiak made the final Wilson 55 J.P. McCaskey 0
Next week Wilson’s league winning streak is on the line at Penn Manor. J.P. McCaskey has another tough test at Manheim Township.
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