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Wyomissing Area Overpowers Twin Valley 42-7

Written by: on Saturday, October 7th, 2017. Follow Staff on Twitter.



Undefeated Wyomissing Area faced off against a rejuvenated Twin Valley program Friday night in Elverson. The Confident Raiders were riding a two game winning streak. The Spartans fresh off a by were coming off a hard fought win at Mifflin County. Wyomissing’s big plays and tough defense dominated all the way.

The Spartans came away with a 42-7 win over Twin Valley Friday night.

De’Shaun Wilson was Mr. Big Play for Wyomissing. Wilson sandwiched two sparkling TD grabs around a 45-yard interception return TD and outstanding special teams plays. The Wyomissing D played stellar all night. The Spartans held the Raiders O in check all night.

Despite the lopsided win Spartans Head Coach Bob Wolfram felt there was a lot of room for improvement. “Offensively we had way too many penalties and way to many mistakes”. Coach  Wolfram was impressed with how his team moved the ball in quarter two. Spartans star De’ Shaun Wilson had high praise for the big guys up front saying, “We always tell those guys they control the game and the guys behind them clean up what they can’t do.”

Early in quarter one Wyo took advantage of a poor punt by Twin Valley to get on the board first. Nolan Babb’s four yard burst made it 7-0. On the next Wyo possession, De’Shaun Wilson’s had his first TD of the night, a nifty 78 yard pitch and catch. 14-0 Spartans.
Quickly Wyo made it 21-0 as Mr Everywhere De’Shaun Wilson stepped in front of a receiver and took an interception 45 yards to the house. The Spartans D continued to stymie the Raiders O. A ten-yard run by Nolan Babb just before half by Wyo made it 28-0 going into the break.

The second half kick was very interesting. A pooch kick by Twin Valley was plucked out of the air by Dominic Wise. Dom rumbled 72 yards to pay dirt. It was a running clock after the first play of the second half.

De’Shaun Wilson’s 51-yard TD grab made it 42-0 in the third. In the fourth quarter Mason Bennet outran Wyo on a 95-yard kick off return to get Twin Valley on the board. Our final was Wyomissing Area 42 Twin Valley 7.

Schuylkill Valley and Wyomissing meet next week in league play. Twin Valley meets up with Berks Catholic

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