Bulldogs roll, 52-6, versus Valley Falls
The McLouth High football team put up 485 yards of total offense Friday and rolled to its second straight blowout victory.
The Bulldogs scored six touchdowns and drubbed Valley Falls, 52-6, at Stan Braksick Stadium.
Senior MHS running back Shawn Dailey helped set the tone early in the game with three touchdown runs on his way to 116 yards on 14 carries.
Junior quarterback Marc Walbridge completed five of his seven pass attempts — including a 28-yard TD to Tim Culter — and ran the ball nine times for 89 yards and another score.
Dakota Cop and John Courtney also scored rushing touchdowns for McLouth (2-0), which got a scoring boost from an Alen Kramer sack in the end zone for a safety, as well as a field goal and five extra points from kicker John Berry.
At 7 p.m. Friday, the Bulldogs play their first road game of the season at Immaculata, in Leavenworth.
McLouth 52, Valley Falls 6
VFHS 0 6 0 0 — 6
MHS 14 26 6 6 — 52
M — Shawn Dailey 6 run. John Berry kick.
M — Dailey 1run. Berry kick.
M — Dailey 4 run. Berry kick.
M — Alen Kramer sack for safety.
M — Dakota Cop 3 run. Berry kick.
M — Tim Culter 28 pass from Marc Walbridge. Berry kick.
V — Monty Gier 22 pass from Brock Watson. Conversion failed.
M — Berry 19-yard field goal.
M — Walbridge 19 run. Conversion failed.
M — John Courtney 1 run. Conversion failed.