WYANDOTTE — Seven different players scored touchdown for Wyandotte in the Bears’ 49-13 win against Chelsea here Friday, Oct. 28.
Roberto Bravo, Helawa Williams, Justin Campbell, Evan Logan, Jordon Burney and Caleb Hurst each accounted for scores for the Bears.
Bravo scored twice, once on a 73-yard kickoff return, while Logan’s came on an interception return.
“It was a very exciting game as far as it was Senior Night; having so many different kids score,” Wyandotte head coach Brad Homer said. “It was a really fun night, very enjoyable. We did a lot of good things.
“It was a great atmosphere.”
Homer said that everyone suited up had a chance to get into the game.
In addition to it being Senior Night, it also was Wyandotte Nation-Breast Cancer Awareness Night. No admission for the game was charged, compliments of the tribe.
“The tribe has just been so awesome for our school and what we do,” Homer said. “They are so supportive of everything.”
Chelsea drew first blood when slotback Chandler Hurst scored on a 3-yard run with 5:23 left in the first quarter.
Wyandotte countered when Bravo ran the ensuing kickoff back. Campbell tacked on a conversion run, giving the Bears the lead for good.
Wyandotte erupted for three scores in the second quarter on a 37-yard TD pass from Hurst to Williams 44 seconds later, a 48-yard pass to Campbell from Burney three minutes after that and Hurst’s pick-6 with 1:15 remaining in the half.
The Bears ballooned the score to 49-6 on 9-yard runs by Burney and Hurst and a 2-yard burst by Bravo.
Chelsea created the final margin on a 13-yard run by Koda Leven.
Wyandotte generated 446 yards in total offense, netting 250 rushing and 196 passing.
Chelsea’s 340-yard offensive output included 109 yards from Hurst, who completed 4 of 17 passes.
Kody Honegger ran for 133 yards on 19 attempts for the Green Dragons.
Burney completed 9 of 16 passes for 152 yards. Campbell had two completions and Hurst one.
The Bears’ leading rusher was Zach Garrett, who netted 101 yards on eight attempts.
Randy Shadwick chipped in with 81 yards and Hurst added 56.
Campbell had three receptions for 67 yards and touchdown while Williams netted 58 yards and a touchdown on three catches.
Hurst reeled in two passes for 38 and Talon Powers, Garrett, Jones and Mike Lawson each had one catch.
Wyandotte is idle until the start of the playoffs on Nov. 10.
It will face either second-ranked Tulsa Victory Christian (9-0) or No. 3 Tulsa Holland Hall (9-0) on the road.
Victory and Holland Hall battle Friday, Oct. 3, at Victory Christian.