McLouth blanks Valley Falls, 46-0
McLouth fans who watched Friday's homecoming game against Valley Falls also witnessed an episode of The Trevor Keling Show.
The MHS senior running back, who also was a homecoming king candidate, rushed for 197 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries -- an average of nearly 18 yards per carry -- in the Bulldogs' 46-0 shutout of the Dragons.
Mark Stewart also threw for two touchdowns against Valley Falls, while Levi Masqua score the team's final touchdown in the third quarter on a one-yard run. Stewart completed seven of nine passes for 145 yards. In the receiving department, Andrew Booth had 89 yards on three receptions, including a 60-yard touchdown catch from Stewart. Ryan Smith had three receptions for 25 yards, one of which was a 12-yard touchdown catch.
Overall, MHS amassed 434 yards of total offense, while the Bulldog defense limited the Dragons to just 79 yards of total offense, 16 of which were through the air.
McLouth, which improved to 3-1 overall and 3-1 in the Delaware Valley League, will travel Friday north of Holton to face Jackson Heights.
The Cobras also are 3-1 on the season, with their only loss coming to Pleasant Ridge, 34-0.
Last week, Jackson Heights defeated Doniphan West, 22-21 in overtime. MHS beat Doniphan West, 27-20, in week 2.
McLouth 46, Valley Falls 0
Score by quarters
Valley Falls 0 0 0 0 -- 0
McLouth 12 21 13 0 -- 46
How they scored
M -- Keling 6 run (kick failed)
M -- Keling 53 run (Booth kick)
M -- Keling 28 run (Booth kick)
M -- Keling 12 run (Booth kick)
M -- Booth 60 pass from Stewart (Booth kick)
M -- Stewart 12 pass to Smith (kick failed)
M -- Masqua 1 run (Booth kick)
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